Lost

“Are you sure we’re headed in the right direction?”

“Yes, that’s what’s the GPS is saying.”

“I don’t trust it, this lane doesn’t look familiar; we may be lost.”

“Oh come on, you’re always nervous. Just see we’ll soon get…”

“Turn right, if there’s a right.”


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

28 responses to “Lost”

  1. Hope there’s a right . . .

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    1. If there is, we can’t find it 😦

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      1. Right ways can be hard to locate!

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  2. HOPE THERE IS A RIGHT PATH. GOOD SIX, HAPPY THANKSGIVING! GOOD JOB!

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    1. Can’t see the right path. A belated Happy Thanksgiving (or advanced Merry Christmas).

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  3. the beauty of right turns when lost: enough of them and you are guaranteed to find yourself again.

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  4. I’ve never totally trusted GPS!

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  5. Ahh the GPS, I’m sure those devices are programmed to get us killed! Nice story.

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    1. Wouldn’t that be counterintuitive? More people dying means lesser people buying/ using GPS.

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      1. Yes suppose it is, maybe some of it is user error lol

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  6. Give me a map any day, lol I’m sure everyone has GPS horror stories to tell. Me? Rather rely on instinct and common sense 😀

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    1. While instinct is more reliable than a GPS, it can’t really help when visiting an unknown place.

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  7. When in doubt, I prefer a map.

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  8. This is why i study maps and often call to ask for directions. Well done!

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    1. While I don’t study maps, I’ve certainly called for directions plenty of times

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  9. Mine once told me to turn into a street which was one-way – the other way! I gave her a right telling off!

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    1. That must have been something (though I hope it was before you made the turn)

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  10. I sometimes don’t trust the GPS either.

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  11. GPS nightmares. Thank goodness for map books and printable directions.

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    1. As long as you don’t miss a turn 🙂

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  12. Dear Bernadette,

    Sometimes it takes a GPS to really get you lost. Good one.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  13. […] This is a continuation of last week’s story. […]

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