Toko: A whole day out!It was a clear morning when Diego stepped out of his house that day. ‘Good’ he thought to himself, then today he had been invited to join a group exploration. He had told all his friends, but only Luka, his best friend, had said he’d come too if he can make it. So Diego made his way to the barn where his little pack of tokotas was housed to get his lady ready for today. He had already packed everything he might need into the saddlebags now swung over his shoulder. Diego pushed the heavy barn door open, getting greeted by excited yips and whines from the residing tokotas. As he walked up to his tokota’s Stall door, he occasionally patted a Tokota’s head or boop their nose if they had stuck out their heads to greet him. At Sky’s door he stopped, opening it to let her step into the hallway. She wouldn’t go anywhere, he could trust her. Halter already ready, he took her to the middle of the barn, where he’d brush her and get the saddle ready.
Toko: A friendly meetingAn evening’s CatchWhen Diego got up that morning, he opened the blinds and stood in front of his window, pleased of how nice the weather seemed to be today. Last week after a training session, Luka had asked Diego if he could come with him on one of his rides out into the grasslands. Diego very often went there to search for bones, relicts, and artefacts and all other things of archaeological value. Of course, being great friend’s with Luka, Diego had happily agreed. They had settled on the date that was today.Diego on to go through his usual morning routine: eat a big breakfast, cook a lunch boy for the trip, get in the shower, get dressed, prepare personal gear and other things and stuff them into the saddlebags, and double check everything before leaving the house. He hated it when it happened that he was already in the barn behind his house with his tokotas noticing he forgot something inside. But he was sure he had everything, including keys and waterbottle and