Category Archives: Sunday Photo Fiction

Will It Fall Down

Each week Sunday Photo Fiction Fiction from Photos challenges us to write a short story. Sunday Photo Fiction – July 16th 2017 surprised me with one of the photos I’d donated for this project. During a walk on a hot … Continue reading

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Where Can I Find A Wheelbarrow

For Sunday Photo Fiction – April 23rd 2017 Each week a photo is used, donated by one of the participants of Sunday Photo Fiction, and the idea is to write a story with the photo as a prompt in around … Continue reading

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Grandfather Dropped In

For months the woodworker spent most of the time in his workshop building a Grandfather clock. He made the case from the rarest hardwoods he could find. Everyday woods like Mahogany or Cherry just wouldn’t do, he found rarer species … Continue reading

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News In The Morning Paper

FENCE APPROVED In a suprising vote of 87-3 last night  town council supported a movement to erect a fence around the viking ship on display in Leif Erikson Park. It may be remembered that for as back as some old-timers … Continue reading

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In The Rain

© Jules Paige When Captain Josh got the call, “The Game’s been canceled.” he wasn’t surprised. The rain had been falling for three days. It just meant that on this afternoon’s run to the mainland his boat, The Spray, would … Continue reading

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The Balcony Scene Remembered

It was on a Tuesday when Jim started his job teaching PE at his old high-school, with a side assignment working with the theater class. He would be working with students building the sets for this year’s production. A month … Continue reading

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Where Was It?

© A Mixed Bag 2012 It was a rare occasion when William took a shift at the Air And Space Museum, as the Director of Security he found little time for what he called the ‘beat cop’ assignments. He set … Continue reading

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The Perfect Steak

The sun was almost setting as she and I landed our kayaks. The day wasn’t over of course. The kayaks needed unloading, and put way up on the lawn. Being stranded at the cabin watching the way home floating away … 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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Bottles, Bottles, Bottles galore!

It was a few months since Josh passed away and it was time to try disposing of some of his stuff, as his daughter called it. She still wasn’t in the mode for that job, so she delegated it to … Continue reading

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