#OTR50 Day 138: Trim Castle

I imagine that people who live in around sites and vistas begin to not realize how wonderful and amazing their local attractions can be. This makes me wonder if I take for granted […]

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#OTR50 Day 113: Clan Trilla’am

Ta’ra unfurled the map and looked at the drawings, then up at the cairn that lay not more than 100 meters in front of them. It was tall, perhaps as high as 5 meters. The lower half of it disguised by moss, the top covered in vines. If they hadn’t been searching for this exact landmark for almost two days, it could easily have been missed. Yet. . . […]

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#OTR50 Day 78: Bring Us Back to Us

I watched a movie on one of my several flights these last two week. I was enjoying the somewhat uplifting love story. Then the vibrations of the large engines and significant exhaustion took over lulling me to sleep.  I awoke to landing and didn’t get to finish the film. The portion of the story I […]

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#OTR50 Day 60: Dog Photo Prompt 2*

Luna was nervous. She didn’t understand why the humans were moving all the furniture. Why was her favorite seat going outside? Was she supposed to snuggle on the front lawn now? What? Why! […]

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#OTR50 Day 59: Dog Photo Prompt*

I’ve been using the WordPress “Discover” feature every few days and have run across several writers prompt pages that use various photos and/or graphics. I decided to try using one of my own images as a writing prompt just for me. She whined and fussed, trying to make herself understood. Life would be so much […]

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#OTR50 Day 39: The King in the Forest

When the kids were little and asked for us to make up a bedtime story, the story would often start with the exact same intro. This was a hand-me-down story with a funny family history behind it. This one sentence could lead a million directions. “Once upon a time there was a King in the […]

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#OTR50 Day 35: Peace People Progress

First challenge received from my Day 34: Game of Three Words Post comments: Peace, People, Progress. Remember from my ramblings during yesterday’s post, that this was a game for little kids in the car. As such, idea was kid’s fairytales, silly satire, and outright crazy. Most of the time the goal was to try and […]

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