Friday, February 12, 2010
55 Flash Fiction Friday
Snow wonderful snow! Fresh, and deep and powdered. I'm ready to ski, on black diamonds I'll carve it! Don't forget to wax the skis, and sharpen the edges. I'll be first on the chairlift please. Catch me at the bottom! Sierra snow, 6 feet of fresh snow, I’m gonna go!
Apologies, to the musical Oliver, and my readers. I'm snow blinded.
Write a story or poem in exactly 55 words, and let G-Man know HERE
Photo: Sugar Bowl, California, above Donner Lake, named for the early settlers of the Donnor Party who crossed the western Sierra Nevada but were stuck here and some resorted to cannibalism to survive. Just an interesting tidbit.