Rainfeather squirmmed. "Put me down!" Hazelblaze expression was suddenly smug. "Sure." Rainfeather fell backwards into the water. She thrashed even more angry. "UGH! Not funny!" Hazelblaze nickered, and Rainfeather slightly nickered to, noticing how ridiculous she looked. Rainfeather jumped out of the water and flapped her wings quickly so it was easier to gain balance. "How long was I out?" Hazelblaze lashed her tail. "Four days!" She murmered. "Maybe two.." Rainfeather looked away and barely said. "Sorry." Hazelblaze shook her mane. "No need to apologize. But you owe me." Rainfeather whinnied loudly and chuckled. "Owe you what!?" Hazelblaze shrugged. "I don't know, how about when we get there, you will be the one who gathers fruit and stuff..." Hazelblaze drifted off. Rainfeather perked her ears. It was silent for a moment, and she lowered her head deciding to admit her differences. "I can't fly long. I can barely fly half an hour. I don't really have much experiance with flying. I was hoping to change that but then Lightray joined the sky herders, my parents died and set me back a few days, and then I joined the Sky herders to. I still didn't have experiance though. I never had the chance to learn." It all went silent again but Hazelblaze replied without emotion. "You're a good flier for a dud though. And brave." Rainfeather gaped at her. She continued not even looking at her. "I can teach you when it's all good again. You can be an amazing flier one day, if you just practice." Rainfeather blinked, and they dropped the conversation. About a day or so later resting often every hour, Hazelblaze finally whinnied. "Were here!"