A fishing village on the south coast of the Redstone Peninsula, Hurley sits at the foot of the Little Redstone range and is about two days’ journey over the Little Redstones from Seven Mills, the nearest town of any appreciable size. Some opt to travel the route in a nearly straight line through a saddleback pass, but that “straight” line moves vertically. Others prefer to stick to the thick pine forests in the valleys, weaving between mountains. Hurley is mostly populated with subsistence fishermen who worship Melora or Sehanine, and the few farmers who live nearby grow hemp and cotton which can be made into nets, and vegetables for their own tables. Loggers make a decent enough living in the pine forests to the north. The Silver Drake Logging Company operates an office in town, and pays well for good pine or rare driftwood.
Most homes here are wooden log huts thatched with heavy mats of moss, beaten hemp stalks, and pine needles.