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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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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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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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No, he’s not Buddha

Last week had been a hard and stressful one, so even after a good night’s sleep Odel Swartz awoke with the feeling that he needed to get away from it all. He needed some sun and exercise but most of … Continue reading

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Missed The Target

[sunday photo fiction] My card says “No Odd Job Is Too Small”. So when received a call about removing a pedestal that used to hold a potted tree, I agreed to take a look, no promises. The thing looked a … Continue reading

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