Blizzard woke up in the shack when he heard the birds chirping.
He laid in the shadow away from the sunlight so the morning sunrise
wouldn't wake him up. He sat up yawning and stretching, then
he stood up and left the shack. The wind was blowing and the
shadows danced on the ground. Blizzard walked from the shack
and into the forest towards the park, the one place he knew little
ponies liked to hang out.
He entered the park and looked around for anyone who could
resemble the Princess. There were girls sitting and talking,
some played, some just walked around. Blizzard left the side
walk and roamed around on the grass when suddenly a ball flew
from bushes and trees, hitting him on the rear. Blizzard wasn't
expecting it and fell when the ball hit him. Teddy ran out from
the bushes, "Blizzard, that's our ball. sorry, it got away
Blizzard got mad and stood on his hind legs to kick the ball.
"Go get it!" Blizzard cried.
The ball flew back towards the bushes and trees and right over
the boys. Teddy turned and ran after the ball.
"He could have at lest let me take it back!" Teddy
Blizzard walked from the clearing to another clearing across
the sidewalk. He walked past giggling girls and parents with
their babies. He stopped every now and then to watch but then
he would continue on.
"There's got to be more little ponies somewhere. I wonder
where the rest of them hang out?" Blizzard thought.
He walked around the lake, watching ponies in boat. When he came
to a water fountain, Ace walked up to him.
"Hay, Blizzard," Ace exclaimed, "You kicked that
ball pretty far. The coach could use you on the team."
"What team?" Blizzard asked.
"The soccer team of course."
"No, now don't bother me," Blizzard turned and walked
away without getting a drink.
He was thirsty but he didn't want to go back to the water fountain
fearing he'll run into Ace again.
He walked from the park to the ice cream shop and sat down
at the counter. An orange pony took his order while Blizzard
waited. A few minutes later Blizzard received his glass of water
and started to drink it.
"Hay Blizzard," Blueberry exclaimed as he walked up
to him from outside. Blueberry sat on the stool next to Blizzard
"Your pretty good at kicking a ball," Blueberry commented.
Just then Raspberry walked in and smiled at them, "Well
if it isn't Blueberry and Blizzard." Then she paused and
started to laugh.
"What's so funny?" Blueberry asked.
"It just hit me...Blueberry blizzard," Raspberry laughed,
"I wonder if they have such a thing...Blueberry blizzard."
She turned and sat at a booth.
Blueberry glared at her then he looked at Blizzard who had finished
his water, "You should join us in the Soccer game."
"No, that game is a waste of time," Blizzard left his
stool and walked outside. He stayed on the sidewalk heading towards
Blueberry left the shop and joined Ace, Teddy and Lancer across
"He said no," Blueberry told them.
"It's obvious, he doesn't want to join. Why do we keep bothering
him?" Lancer asked.
"Because he is good and our team would be the greatest if
he joined us," Ace exclaimed, "Now lets follow him."
Blizzard walked to town looking at the windows for little
ponies. He saw a few but he didn't think any of them was the
princess. As he walked he noticed a group of little ponies walking
into the skating ring. He followed them through the door and
saw that they had to pay to get in. Blizzard stood by the door
and watched. Just then Teddy walked in almost hitting him with
"Oh, Blizzard. Umm, sorry about the ball but would you like
"No!" Blizzard quickly said not giving him a chance
to finish. Blizzard turned and left the building. He continued
walked to town to a different part he had not explored yet. He
saw a few little ponies walking with their bags full. Blizzard
wondered what could be in their bags since so many ponies carried
the same thing. He walked till he saw a group of ponies heading
towards the ocean. He followed them and came to a sandy beach.
The feel of the sand below his hoofs fascinated him. He scooped
up the sand in his hoof and slowly let it fall to the ground.
He looked up, staring at the ocean and lots of little ponies
swimming. Blizzard walked up to the water and put a hoof in it.
It was cool but he didn't dare to continue into the water with
his leg wrappings. He feared his leg wrapping could fall off.
"Hi," said a voice behind him.
Blizzard turned and saw Lancer standing there.
"I was just wondering. Would you..."
"No and don't ask me again or the four of you will be sorry,"
Blizzard warned him. He turned from Lancer and walked along the
shore lines. He walked till he realized the sand stopped and
he was walking on solid rock. He looked ahead and wondered what
could be around the bend. He continued walking not knowing the
four boys were following him. He walked till he came upon a cave.
He peeked around the corner and saw how dark it was. Curious
as to what was inside, he walked in till he came to a light.
He wondered what was causing the light in the cave, he looked
up and saw holes. Sunlight shined through the holes. He noticed
how warm the cave was, then he saw the hot spring that was warming
"It feels like home," Blizzard muttered.
"And where would that be?" a voice asked.
Blizzard turned around and glared at Ace as he walked into the
light with the other three boys.
"That is non of your business," Blizzard cried. He
turned from them and walked to the water putting his hoof in
it. Just as he thought, it was in deed warm.
"I could use this to take a bath," Blizzard thought.
"Join our team, Blizzard. You'd make a great soccer player,"
Blizzard looked up at them angrily, "I have told your four
no and still you do not listen," Blizzard walked past them.
"My answer is no and that is finale!"
The four boys stood and watched him till he disappeared into
"I told you he wouldn't join!" Lancer exclaimed.
"I haven't given up," Ace replied.
"I have," Blueberry exclaimed.
"So have I. I'm not going to chase him all over town so
he can join your team," Teddy exclaimed.
"He's good, the couch would love to have him on the team!"
"So what!" Teddy yelled back.
"Hay guys, this is warm," Blueberry cried.
The boys joined him at the spring. Ace put his hoof into the
water, "It sure is."
Suddenly, a strong cold wind blew into the cave.
"It's so cold!" Teddy complained.
"It's summer, it shouldn't even be cold!" Blueberry
Suddenly the wind became stronger and the snow flew into the
cave. The boys stood shaking from the cold, they looked at each
other but found it hard to see. Their coats was covered in snow
and ice hung from their hair. The snow and wind was so blinding
they could hardly recognized the cave they were in.
"It's..like a...blizzard in here," Lancer, shuddered
from the freezing cold.
Teddy looked ahead and gasped, "Loo-loo-look."
The boys looked and saw a cluster of snowflakes in a shape of
an angry pony.
The sight of it was enough the scare the boys, they dashed through
the snow and ran into the darkness. The wind and snow blew them
out of the cave knocking them onto the ground. The cluster of
snowflakes quickly flew onto the cave roof behind a tree.
Blizzard returned to his pony form and watched as the boys stood
up with ice hanging from their coats. They ran as fast as they
could, like they had just seen a ghost.
"There's a reason why I'm called blizzard," Blizzard
muttered, then he turned and left heading back to the shack.