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In the Wilds of Wales with Silk (part2)

Taking Silk into the depths of waterfall country is akin to releasing a falcon to the wild.  Feral, yet graceful, she molds to the world and the world seems to mold to her.  Part 1 is already up, so please do take a look, and I hope you enjoy these. 

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