Category Archives: Flash Fiction

The Green Tux

Edith stood back and looked at her efforts; surely this year hers would be the best dressed moose in town. Tomorrow she and Fred would celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary, A day she happily remembers. It started with the wedding … Continue reading

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The Honeybee’s Made It Happen

Spring and the flowers were just beginning to bloom and the honeybees were busy pollinating, and collecting nectar. Back in the hive through the summer the nectar would ripen into honey. Then came early autumn and the beekeeper harvested some … Continue reading

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Among The Clouds

Somewhere in the rising warm air topped by fair-weather cumulus clouds a lone Bald Eagle is soaring. I know he’s up there, saw him recently, but when I glanced away for a short while to get my lunch I lost … Continue reading

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The Bear Went Over The Mountain

Andrew and I had been been planning this backpacking hike for a couple months, not an extended one, just a weekend hike. We’d drop a car at the end, then drive to where we’d start on a Friday afternoon. While … Continue reading

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The Rusty Truck

“Hay Dad!!”, came from the back seat, “Let’s go back and look at that big red truck, it’s neat!” And so began a short adventure. Half a mile down the road I finally found a driveway to turn around in. … Continue reading

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The Photographer

Until she uploaded her day’s photos onto the computer, she never noticed the shadow in each of them. That was many years ago, after her uncle gave her a camera for her sixteenth birthday. It was her first camera. Now … Continue reading

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Snow! Where?

There was a time when an AM car radio was a joy to listen to. Especially for geeks. Was the word ‘geek’ invented then? Well, I spent my miss-spent youth DXing the broadcast band, listening late at night trying to … Continue reading

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Hey Froggie, Come Here

The morning’s shower didn’t last long, just enough to wet the parking-lot. Jimmy didn’t care about getting his shoes wet, he wanted to make big splashes, the biggest. That’s when he noticed something moving. A Frog! Frogs in the parking … Continue reading

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The Bilge Is Almost Dry!

Boom! …. Crack …. Boom I fumbled for a light, but nothing happened. Even the clock, digital of course, was off. By the time I fumbled for a flashlight I saw it was a little after 4 in the morning. … Continue reading

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The Cranky Old Car

Sam and Marge headed out on a sunny day for a drive to PenMar Park, right on the Appalachian Trail. With the sun on their face and the wind in their hair everything was going great. The climb up the … Continue reading

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