Lyra gave a bit of a jump when he did come up behind her which made her feel stupid for a moment but she played it off by stepping out when he opened the doors. Lyra took note of the general landscape and while it wasn't quite as cozy as her small, wild garden it was still very nice in her opinion. She liked the care he took in starting the fire and even preparing things to eat and the fact that they could see the stars here made her happier than he might have known.
She took a sip of the wine, let it roll and settle over her tongue for a moment as she considered what he spoke of. The idea that he had to go away for a bit did have her feeling somewhat... well, not sad, but something in the pit of her stomach felt off at the thought. She nodded, kept quiet and handed him her glass for a moment so she could unpack her bag.
The blankets were actually smaller than they really were. She pulled her wand out and with a few graceful flicks she had them expand to their proper size. Four very tiny square bits were hovered out of the bag that was lowered to the ground and once enlarged were revealed to be pillows. Lyra took back her wine glass with a small, smug smirk and settled upon the blanket near the fire.