It was a free day for him but that didn't mean he didn't like to keep to the same routine. Inggharusk still needed to be exercised and tonight Inggharudube planned to take him out to hunt instead of just feasting on the Weyr stock. The bronze preferred to hunt his own food and not from a pen and Inggharudube enjoyed being out in the jungle. But first he had to get the bronze harnessed up and appropriate gear stored up.
This he could have done in the Wherhandler caverns but Inggharudube instead carried what he needed and lead Inggharusk outside. The sky was clear and the moons up so there was plenty of light without being overly bright for a Wher's sensitive eyes. Once they were out in the jungle Inggharudube knew his bronze will be far more comfortable but was fine for now.
Flying overhead was Goad, Inggharudube's starlizard. The bioluminscent spots along his body catching the light of the moons, making him stand out among the darker back drop of the Weyr. Inggharudube wasn't the most affectionate when it came to his pet but he at least provided all necessary care. Goad didn't mind the lack of pampering however, he was independant enough to hunt for himself now and find his own companionship. When Inggharudube was planning to go out however, the starlizard always came with him, sometimes riding on Inggharusk's back or flying overhead.
Iggnarudube tossed the harness he was carrying up onto Inggharusk's back and started shifting it into place before tying it off. It was a task he was very used to doing so it wouldn't take him very long to get the harness secure. He did notice a few spectators but it didn't bother him to be watched. Looking around Inggharusk he realized one of the spectators was taking a particularly keen interest in what he was doing.
"If you want to learn how to properly harness a Wher, come on over and I'll show you," Inggharudube called out.