Monthly Archives: May 2010

Inevitable

   And then one day the inevitable happened, agents learned of the Lost Cave at the Burdock Pump ‘N’ Fill Gas Station when they stopped in and were in need of having their radiator topped off. The gas station guy … Continue reading

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Stretching

   As the stocks of the kfine brew started to grow scarce. Folks began to try and find ways to stretch it. One day a spouse tried using the spring water that kept the cave cool as a mixer. The … Continue reading

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Cave Lore

   Drollinger and the other old fellows always had told us younger guys about the lost cave in the Roughs. They doubted if even they could find it anymore. But back in the heydey of the roaring 20’s, their Dads … Continue reading

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Catching Up On

   As I lean against the cave wall, catching up on my breath, notice that the trickle of water has a very faint sulpher smell to it. But not quite egg-level supher smell that sometimes come from well-water. The scent … Continue reading

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Entry

   With the tree-racer snake stalking me from above, I needed someplace to duck into for a moment until the tree-racer lost interest. Fortunately for me, in the side of a hill just ahead I see what looks to be … Continue reading

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Drop-In

   As I gather my wits, I glance up into the trees to see a slender green shape slithering along the  branches. So regardless of the rumored presence of hairy beasts, two-legged of of the four-legged variety, here is something … Continue reading

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Like a Tree

   But those in the know, had a differing idea of what had might have been going on.    It seems that HM Weenerman was due to audition for a part in the annual Weenerman township Christmas pageant.    He … Continue reading

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