The Sleepy Goose
The Sleepy Goose is the Westshire tavern, named for a large wooden carving above the door depicting a large goose surrounded by tankards. The goose may have had a few too many. It’s located on one of the only two roads in town towards the north end. The owner, like most people in Westshire, has lived his entire life in the town, as did his parents and their parents dating back long into history. While wary of strangers, once you have proved yourself to be friendly the owner and patrons are quite hospitable, sharing stories around drinks. Regrettably, most of their stories are boring.