Re: lakeside mansions: Dietre A. & Hugh C.
Hugh had gone slowly or at least he had tried to go slowly so that Dietre could follow along easily enough. It had been a while since he'd been a brand new Yoga student, but he did still remember the awkwardness of some of the poses and even if you were fairly flexible and athletic, sometimes they stretched in different ways. So he mentioned modifications, and moved slowly and when Dietre said it wasn't so bad, Hugh had glanced over, eyes twinkling and smile warm. "Good," he said, and he very much meant it. The smile was reward enough, and maybe they could do it again.
Hugh stretched his feet in front of him and then leaned back on his arms, glancing over at the question. "You mean, other than wishing I didn't have a lake-side view ever so often?" Hugh cocked an eyebrow at him, and then flexed his toes, considering quietly. There had been things, obviously and most of them didn't even have anything to do with the lake.
"Were you here for Halloween a year or two ago? When they had the big bonfire?"