Harmonica Town was a place that Rory didn't fully understand. It was more of an island, but he supposed under the circumstances of there being a town on part of it and other areas around the town, it could be a bit more understandable. The town was fairly small- something that caused Rory, who's purpose in life was to ship things for other people. Or rather, carry heavy objects on a regular basis. Though Rory called himself the local shipping man, he tended to more just do odd jobs for people. After all, for shipments, he mostly just carried things from the shipping bins in town to the docks for Pascal to bring out on his boat. However, he also helped bring supplies to people, whether it be from outside sources that came through Pascal, or from one shop to another. So, shipping was still technically what he did, no matter what the meaning behind it. That day was an ordinary day for Rory as well. He'd woken up fairly early, leaving the inn he lived at for the moment to take an early walk. He was always awake before the inn actually opened for business- it was a natural habit, which often lead to having to be very careful not to wake up the family that owned it. However, no one seemed to mind, even though it was fairly well known- something Rory tended not to realize or accept. That morning though, he had woken up early too. And thus, he spent the morning walking along the nearby coast, taking in the early sunlight as if trying to enjoy photosynthesis like the flora of the land. A deep sigh escaped him, however. His brown eyes opened gently to look at the water directly, similar colored hair falling into his face. His arms were relaxed behind his head lightly, but he didn't seem to have much relaxation on his gentle yet rugged features. "This town is quiet in the morning...It's nice, but...I think I'm getting too used to the noise of the day." He let his arms down, looking towards the road to the church. "Then again, some areas are always quiet...I guess I shouldn't complain too much. It's going to get busy later today, right?" He chuckled, turning away from the water completely as the sun was starting to get a bit higher into the sky. "Guess I'll head back. Maybe I can help out again today...After all, I'm sure Maya will ruin something if she's allowed in the kitchen. I can always take care of the garbage." Chuckling to himself, he took a few steps back towards town. "Maybe I'll take another walk after opening...Pascal said he wouldn't have anything for me today..."