Dark Summer...

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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Ok. So I get to the Caribbean Island and it's like a war zone. They had a terrible earthquake and everything is a mess.  I am going around asking people if they have seen Devon the veterinarian.  Someone tells me that she and her group of people were flown out of there just yesterday.  I was too late.  I decide to go back to the airport and catch a flight out.  On the way to the airport there was people walking along the roads with just the clothes on their backs, looking for a safe place to stay.  I guess Devon was here looking for survivors in the rubble.  I wonder why she left.

I board the plane heading back to Seattle.  While on the flight back I look out the window and see the blue green ocean below.  What a beautiful sight.  I have never really looked at the ocean like that before.  Way up in the sky like this.  It’s a five hour flight so I decide to call ahead to Devon’s Veterinarian Clinic to see if she was there.  No one was answering the phone there and this was really strange to me.  I hang up and decide to take a little nap before we land. 

I am dreaming about the places I have been on my trip and the people that I have visited.  Devon and "Dark Summer" is my last stop of my journey.  Hopefully I can find her when we land.  It’s been amazing so far and I don’t want it to be over yet.
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stephscott
stephscott on

I love it when a book is so good that you dread the ending. This happened to me once was reading the novel Microserfs by one of my favorite authors Douglas Coupland. I just stopped reading at the last chapter because I didn't want it to end. I finished it years later when I reread it. I'm silly!

BTW, you keep traveling to all these exotic destinations, and you never get to relax on the beach with a pina colada. What's up with that?

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