You addressed your letter to Rudyard. I must inform you that I go by Rudder now. Having not heard from you for nigh upon thirty years, I assumed you were lost.
It is like a strange haunting to hear from you now, Ruben. Receiving your letter in the austere streets of Telos, I thought perhaps I had been contacted by the Dantons or Thouvenells. Shall I assume that this correspondence was half-lost by the postal pigeons until now?
As for meeting with you in Omrazir, we are in Telos for the time being. I doubt that Lady Imogen will decide to travel to Idiri, as she has her heart set on completing her will in Calentium, and I remain ever faithfully in her service.
Pray send another missive if you wish to meet somewhere upon our route. Until then, brother.