Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Educated

Ejikeme stood beside the great white hunters at the waterfalls of Gurara, a perilous crossing. “I have a craft that will safely take us across,” said Ejikeme. Mr. Dowding, leader of the hunting party smirked, “Oh really?” “Yes. Made it … Continue reading

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Latest Bird Pics

It’s been a while since I posted any birding pics, so here goes. Wood Duck Belted Kingfisher Blue-Headed Vireo (with lunch) Northern Shovelers (contemplating life) Eared Grebe Crested Caracara It’s kinda spooky when predators are watching you.

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The Descendant

Hugh Paxton sat at the table beneath the pine. He checked his pocket watch, expecting that fabulous inventor, Brighton Waldrop, to return to 1803 any moment. Light flashed and the ornate time machine appeared. Waldrop joined Paxton with a relieved … Continue reading

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A Punny Tale

On the planet Patteron lived two humanoids groups. One was striped, the other checked. They were the same race, of course (skin coloring being their only difference), but few acknowledged this. Police Officer Striper (striped), lost the crook (checked) during … Continue reading

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The Experiment

The creatures that Brent saw in the alley were undoubtedly alien. He cautiously peered around the cardboard box that was his home. They looked like clothed bunnies with enormous antennas. One of them stepped forward. “I am Fureet, a scientist … Continue reading

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Critical Supplies

At first, Sally and Dave were terrified when they saw the alien spaceship land. Even worse, the centauroid alien had a wolf-like head full of teeth. Turned out he was quite friendly and settled in to enjoy picnicing with the … Continue reading

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Stinky Cannon Balls

While colonists settled in at Humphrey colony, construction continued apace. Jeffrey and his friends explored this alien world. Climbing Menlo’s mountain, they walked past a construction sign warning people away. Soon they encountered Mahouts guiding a massive Gahinder. The massive, … Continue reading

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