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Soda Can 9 Pins in the Forest

“Are you lost?”

“Yes, I’m talking to you. No need to look around.”

“Alright, let me just finish bowling my turn at Soda Can 9 Pins and I’ll show you the way out.”

“Would you like a try? All you have to do is hit the cans on that stump there.”


The photo prompt has been given by Sandra Crook at the Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields and the word prompt (Bowl) has been given by Denise Farley at the Girlie on the Edge.

20 responses to “Soda Can 9 Pins in the Forest”

  1. Fitting for both prompts… and we’re left wondering: who’s there? Nicely done!

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  2. good take on the cue. nine pins in the forest…great thought provoker.

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  3. Thats nice, well done.

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  4. I like how we’re left wondering who the characters are. Reminded me of a cool game I had as a kid called ‘Tin Can Alley’ in which you had a rifle which shot out a light beam to topple over soda cans.

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  5. Our own games are always the best.

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    1. They are. Thanks for reading 🙂

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  6. Hey, I remember playing that game with our bb guns. It was always good to win a free soda off the boys! heheh!

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    1. Free soda: The true reward!

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  7. Who knew fairies bowled? 😆
    Delightful, Bernadette!

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    1. Everyone needs a new hobby, now and then.

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  8. Remembering Rip Van Winkle, i’m not sure i’d chance joining the game.

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  9. Those cans remind me of target practice with a firearm, but the bowling adds another dimension.

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    1. It certainly tests your aim

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  10. An excellent take on the two prompts!

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  11. Dear Bernadette,

    Fitting story for both prompts. Nicely done.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  12. You knitted the two prompts together seamlessly,

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