It had been quite fortunate he Impressed a dragon who liked adventure and exploring, otherwise he would never have known about this unexpected find in the jungle not far from the Weyr. It was a shallow cave somebody must have carved out long ago to be a cothold but abandoned it. Why it was now unoccupied and hadn't been for quite some time judging by the overgrowth of vegetation, I'ent had no idea nor did he care. What he did care about is it was idea to work on the skills Locke had been teaching him without drawing needless attention to himself.
Shireth was keeping watch outside the cave, ready to alert him if somebody showed up but the green had long become bored and was focused more on stalking random denisons of the Jungle. With her focus on this she ended up moving further away from the cave than was wise, at least when it came to keeping a sharp eye out. She could still sense I'ent and would know if he was in any danger in an instant and be back in a heartbeat. Not that she expected any threats this close to the Weyr even if they were off the main patrol paths.
Today I'ent hoped to practice moving silently. Ideally he should do this in a more rural setting, like inside his apartment or the busy corridors of the Weyr but he didn't feel comfortable moving around other people like he planned to stab somebody in the pack at any moment. Not that he would nor did he think Locke had that in mind when he would meld into the shadows so perfectly.