Sea Mist

Something to enjoy with your morning coffee… the participants in last week’s Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction challenge set by Charli Mills There are some wonderful stories and enjoyed them all, but you might like to make a note of Norah Colvin Marjorie Mallon Charli herself, Anita Dawes Jaye Marie Colleen Chesebro Gordon Le Pard Robbie Cheadle and Lance Greenfield Mitchell and mine is in there too.. Thanks to Charli for all the work that goes into creating and compiling this fun challenge.

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George C. Bailey Photography 2019

When a polar vortex slips its arctic boundaries and spreads across Lake Superior, two snowmakers clash. Keweenaw photographer, George C. Bailey, captures the lake in her many moods. While the vortex hovered, Superior’s waves pounded ice heaves on shore, illuminating sea mist and water the color of icebergs.

Writers followed sea mist into the photo. Journeys, emotions, and wisdom of the land emerged in the stories this week.

The following are based on the January 31, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about sea mist.

PART I (10-minute read)

He Never Left Us (BOTS) by Susan Sleggs

We called the seaside motel to book a room.
They said we’re closed for a private function.
Yes, we said, the funeral of the owner.
You know that? You may have a free room.
In a local diner dressed in our best…

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