Monthly Archives: May 2011

Scrabble It

“Your Iron Bumb Marathon doesn’t strike me as being very much a cerebral challenge.,” HoneyDew remarks. ‘But it is,” I protest, “Wait until you try a game of Scrabble Eight-Ball.” “Scrabble Eight-Ball?” Charley Kno asks, “Sounds like I might like … Continue reading

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Marathon Bumbs

“Both Weenerman and me outlasted the top-rail sit-out with bum to spare,” I grin, then it was onto some other events, chosen at random.” “Or ease of getting to,” Honey Dew says knowingly. “Ah the esteemed game of Billards,” I … Continue reading

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The Case of the Big Rock Mountain Pop Out

“Refresh my memory,” I suggest. “Oh, it was a year ago,” Charley Kno recalls. “You and the WeenerMan were in training for the Clover County Iron-Bum Contest,” Honey Dew giggles, “Representing your WeenerMan Township.” “And as I recall, the WeenerMan … Continue reading

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The Big Rock Banquet Pop Out

“And so how did you come up with this brilliant inspiration?” I ask. Charley grins sheepishly, “Actually, I was running out of terrace room, and so I tried planting my popcorn in the terrace right above the cattails.” “And that’s … Continue reading

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I look over the terrace, “Say Charley. You’v e got the corn here planted down on the terqrace next to the Cat-tails. I din’t think corn was that water intensive.” Charley looks both way, and then says in a low … Continue reading

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I look where Charley is working and give the terrace a slight kick, “Hmmm, these terraces are well built, first-rate.” “Thanks,” Charley kno answers, “Engineered them myself, so that just the right amount of water and nutrients will trickle down … Continue reading

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Honey Dew looks up from hoeing around the zucchini, ‘Of course our cattails are grown under the most organic of conditions, just to be safe.” “That’s why we are sort of back in the middle of nowheres in this township,” … Continue reading

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