[The Stable Influence]
Scents of hay and oiled leather hang in the air of this hastily built structure where daylight spills incongruously through porthole-shaped windows onto a stable-like setting. Bags of oats and barrels of water line the wall opposite several stalls carefully strewn with fresh straw as if awaiting the arrival of equine occupants. Enhancing the scene are ancient saddles, bridles, and tack, maintained with utmost care, that serve as backdrops for the proprietor's merchandise. You also see a wide oak door, a leather framed plaque prominently tacked to a stable post, a rope-bound hay bale with some stuff on it, some wooden pegs with some stuff on it, an iron-banded oak barrel and a long trough.
Obvious exits: east