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  1. Mature Content: no With: Dorothy Parsons, Case Steelgrave, Layton Harris Location: Evergreen Ranch to Whitefish When: Tuesday, September 14, 1875 Time of Day: afternoon Less than an hour after her interview with Elias Steelgrave, Dorothy Parsons was on her pinto gelding, riding along side Layton Harris on the way to Whitefish. Her blonde hair had been washed and neatly combed into a pony tail that curled down over her shoulder. Her fingernails had been cleaned of dirt. The only spots that decorated her face were a few freckles and no longer specks of dirt. A few small, scabbed over scratches still adorned her hands, but there wasn’t much to be done about that. A rather simple, but well made green dress replaced her filthy clothes. It was of a fashion now several years out of date. Perhaps, Dorothy found herself wondering, it was a dress that belonged to Mr. Steelgrave’s daughter. Even though she’d not yet met his daughter, she suspected the women-folk in households as well to do as the Steelgraves could always have the latest fashions. All in all, she looked almost… respectable. Except for the gun belt. She wasn’t about to give that up so easy. Dorothy might have rather kept her trousers and white shirt too, but there didn’t seem to be time to launder them and then wait for them to dry. So, for now, she’d make due with the dress, even if it made sitting in a saddle slightly awkward. “How long you been workin’ for the Steelgraves, Mr. Harris?” she asked, looking over at her escort, both to make small talk and, hopefully, to get a better feel for what working for the family might be like. She thought she had a pretty good idea already, both from Billy and from Elias himself. But another perspective would still be welcome. @Flip

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Sagas of the WIld West is a roleplaying game set in a fictionalized version of the town of Kalispell in Montana territory. Our stories begin in 1875 and are set against the backdrop of actual historical events.Sagas was inspired by the classic television and movie westerns. Our focus is on writing, storytelling and character development.

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