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An Occupation

I put my mask back on the hook and unlocked the door, letting myself in. My first breath was strained against an acrid stench and I checked to see if my cube had air to breath. It said it did, […]

An Occupation

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I put my mask back on the hook and unlocked the door, letting myself in. My first breath was strained against an acrid stench and I checked to see if my cube had air to breath. It said it did, […]

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Rendezvous on 66

“1957 Thunderbird. Man this car is sharp. It’s exactly like the car from American Graffiti. Check this out Will, white with the red interior.” Mike could hardly contain his

Short Saga of the Mayfly

Time is short, that’s all I know! Gotta fly, fly, fly --- the light up ahead, I need to reach it! Why? Can’t say. Faster, faster, drop down lower,

Riding the Hog

It had been ninety degrees when they pulled out of the driveway before the sun even came up. Now Jeni was sure it was over a hundred because she

Royal Gorge and the Tennessee Pass atop a freight train

My plan was to hit two separate lines, the Royal Gorge route and the Santa Fe's Raton Pass route. The former lies between Pueblo and Minturn, Colo.; the latter

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