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Grounds Have a case of cabin fever? Then go see the groundskeeper, hang out by the lake, or explore the expansive school grounds.

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Old 12-05-2018, 11:47 AM
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The Wooden Bridge, also known as the Covered Bridge, connects the Courtyard to the rest of the Grounds. This rickety bridge has been damaged and repaired many times over and although it looks like it may fall apart and let the students tumble down into the ravine below it probably won’t. That would be highly unlikely... Still, any unusually loud creaking should be reported to the Groundskeeper. Just in case.

The long and narrow bridge has held its own for many, many years and deserves your respect. On your way between the Grounds and the Castle; why don't you stop and admire the view for a moment.
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After her morning yoga Jillian fancied a walk. It was a Saturday morning which meant she has no classes for today. And what better way to spend it than roaming around the school grounds for some fresh air? Yes, that definitely sounds like a top notch idea. The weather was still a bit warm but the breeze was starting to get cold. It felt nice as the wind touched her pale skin. It was also a great day for her to do some painting but alas, she didn't bring any of her stuff this semester which she is now starting to regret.

She walked all the way from the common room to the wooden bridge. Whoah. She walked that far already? It doesn't seem that far than she thought. Taking a few steps inside the bridge the floor creaked, not that it scared her since this bridge is really sturdy... Hopefully. She had a random notebook on her right arm and her left hand was idly playing with her hair as she looked for a perfect spot to begin getting a head start on writing a letter to her father. She needs to write one now since she might not be able to in the future due to sudden influx of classes.

She finds a nice spot in the middle area of the bridge. Placing her notebook on top of the handrail carefully, opening the back page and started to write. Now to fill this piece of paper up with letters and words.
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Normally, Ellie liked to sleep in on Saturday’s but today she wanted to get an early start on something she fancied. It was nice not having to worry about classes and she made sure that all her assignments were finished so she didn't have to worry about them later. She planned on spending the weekend take new photographs for her album and maybe dipping her feet into the lake once more before the weather changed completely.

Ellie ran down from the Gryffindor common room with a book in one arm and her camera dangling from a strap that was wrapped around her neck. Today she took a different route through the courtyard to get to the castle grounds. She had never walked this way, but she remembered someone saying that it led to the grounds. What she didn't know was that she had to cross a narrow bridge to get there.

The moment she stepped out of the courtyard and her brown eye locked on the rickety bridge, Ellie stopped dead in her tracks. There was one thing she feared above all things and that was heights and the thought of crossing this bridge caused her to instantly feel sick to her stomach.

She quickly turned to go back the way she came and tripped. In the process of trying to catch herself, her book fell from her arm and flipped open on the ground allowing a few loose pictures to be picked up by the wind. “Oh no!” Ellie cried as she scrambled to catch them before the wind took them too far away to no avail. The wind had blown two of her pictures onto the bridge.

“No… no no no no no nooo!” This was not happening. How was she going to get them now? They were too far onto the bridge to reach with her arm and pulling out her wand would be useless because she didn't know a spell to summon them back. Her only choice now would be to walk onto the bridge to retrieve them, but she was too terrified to even take one step. If she didn’t act now the wind would surely take her pictures over the edge and they would be gone forever.

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