Monthly Archives: March 2016

Lost in the Bells Part Three

Agent Gonzalez pulled the night vision gear out from its pocket in his backpack and backed out of the tent.  As he walked away from the circle of tents and the fire pan he booted the goggles up.  Out beyond … Continue reading

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Lost in the Bells Part Two

“I’ve seen some tracks up here, fresh in the mud. Cougar tracks.  It crossed the trail and is somewhere between my location and the camp.  Are you there Gonzalez?  Can you hear me?” Taking the sat phone away from his … Continue reading

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Lost in the Bells – Short Story Pt 1

“Why are we out here again?” “She said he had to do it.  He listened this time.  He’s young, still vigorous.  He has to show that.” “But this?  THIS?  Man this is not what I was expecting when I drew … Continue reading

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So you want to move to Canada?

As some of you know, I lived in Vermont when I was younger.  A lot younger.  When I lived in Vermont it wasn’t uncommon to make day trips, and weekend trips to Quebec.   When my grandfather lived in Derby Line … Continue reading

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