Eri came across this grove just by chance. She probably would have kept on her way through the forests for a while longer if it had not been for the peculiar discrepancies in the size of the trees. In her mind, it just looked too planned out. Even now when she stood there it made no sense. However, at least here, there was enough of a gap in the canopy to see the sky. So heavy had the coverage of the leaves been, it almost made little difference whether the trickling light that breached its cover was sunlight or moonlight. Now the Sheikah woman could clearly see that the moon was hanging high in the sky. That has to be a day now at least. I set out from Forest Haven after leaving my horse with the Kokiri... It was imperative in her mind to keep some semblance of a trail of events and locations while travelling into the depths of the woods like she was. Even if it seemed like a pointless endeavour. Eri knew well enough that the very structure of the forest seemed to change on a whim. Hence why she needed to try and keep some control over her knowledge of the time that elapsed around her. She knew how to provide for herself in the wilderness to an extent, but to keep oneself exposed to the wilderness for longer than they had to was foolish in her opinion. Eri had set out here with a purpose. And she felt that she had reached this purpose. Something specific about the energies of this place called out to her. That and she needed rest or a safe vantage point. Stalchildren surely were not far off starting to wander the woods. The young woman pulled the dark coloured cloth up around her nose, it obscured most of her visage. She reached into the small rucksack that laid cast down at her feet and procured a mask that was ornamented in the old fashioned Shiekah way. She tied this across her face, the entirety of her face blanked out by this protective ornament. Though, unfortunately for her, this was purely a cosmetic piece of protective armour. The design on the mask offered no mystical properties as of yet. Perhaps one day she would find a way to imbue it with such. However, today was not that day. She closed up the bag and slid it back onto her back. She quickly made her way to one of the older, and sturdier looking trees in the grove and scaled it. She kept climbing until she reached a thick branch. It seemed as if it would be able to support her weight. At least she hoped it did. It hid her quite well from the forest floor while giving her better visibility than she was expecting. It did hit her that she was feeling rather worn out. She had been walking close to non-stop since leaving Forest Haven. After all, she knew what she was searching for, and it felt like she had found it. It seemed doubtful it would leave anytime soon. "Perhaps just a short nap..." She whispered to herself as sleep quickly took a hold of the young ghost hunter.