Ever get stuck to the point where nothing sounds right? I'm going crosseyed and have lost all sense of perspective on this one, because I've changed it so many times. Help, please, you grammarians out there... He and his horse were both fashioned of warmer stuff: him with his swarthy, wind-ruddied skin and black hair, his horse with its golden coat, creamy mane and tail. Both were clad in beaten leather, faded linen, cotton, old wool—the scratched hues of baked clay, lazy watercourses and dusty southern grassland under hot sun. He felt disapproval emanating from these ice-covered mountains as they crowded close. He knew the reason. He and his kind did not belong here at all. Is that sentence grammatically correct?