Scott had been moving through parts of Alaska and Canada for the past two months. It shouldn't have taken him as long to get to New York, but he was taking his time on the trip. The time was used to clear his mind and make himself at peace before he returned. So far, it had been going well but the closer he got to New York State, the more nervous he was about coming back after being gone for seven years.
As he pulled over into a random gas station, he stopped the large black Ford in front of an open pump. Scott had made sure to stop only at dark, because there were less people to question his eye wear. Up until a couple months ago, he didn't know what it was. Now he knew it was his visor for field battles. He had worn it, because he lost his ruby glasses seven years before. That was one thing he missed, because the visor could get heavy on your face.
Stepping out of the vehicle, he looked normal otherwise. He wore simple loose jeans, and a blue t-shirt. This was covered in the leather jacket he had worn before his memory had been taken. It was what he had woke up in after finding Jean, and was the one thing he had kept all this time. As he removed the nozzle of the pump, and started to fill up, he noticed the other customers watching something inside.
Normally, people started at him when he went into public. But as he followed their glance, he saw they were looking at another woman inside. She wore all black, but that could have meant she was a goth or punk kid. She looked pretty normal otherwise. Letting out a sigh, he felt himself smile as he watched the numbers rack up on the pump.
It was funny to him, because people would stare at anything different. As far as he could tell, the girl was only a kid and happened to be in all black. That was enough for people to glare at a person. He could only imagine what they would do if they saw Henry and Kurt. Then again, it had been seven years. Scott wasn't even sure if they were still alive.
Pushing the thought from his mind, he continued to watch the numbers go up on his gas pump, and stood in silence. He didn't want to bring attention to himself if he could avoid it.