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About badtwincam

Adventurer, all round character, and most reluctant of Prophets....

“Alaska, Part 2”

The weather had changed world-wide, that much was certain. Of course the dickhead politicians, so-called leaders, and scientists of the lower 48 couldn’t agree on why. In central and north Alaska it was a just a matter of staying alive … Continue reading

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“Alaska”, Part 1

  He looked out the port side window of the aircraft noticing the outboard engine trailing a thin stream of smoke out of one of the exhaust pipes . It was a wonder that the four ancient turbo-compounds even lifted … Continue reading

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“Last Ride, Part 2”

He had just pulled out of a dusty rundown old truck stop and back on to No Name Highway in the middle of some God-forsaken desert in the middle of nowhere. Hell, he wasn’t even sure what state he was … Continue reading

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“Last Ride” Part 1….

The heat and humidity were particularly bad that day, typical for late summer in the midwest. Niether of them were dressed for this. Her a thin sleeveless pale green dress with flimsy sandles on her feet, a small gold chain … Continue reading

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“Simpson”

The  roughly dressed young man walked down the gravel bar of the old creek bed,  long flintlock squirrel rifle resting in the crook of his left arm, adjusting the possibles bag and powder horn on his right side with his right hand. Searching … Continue reading

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“Denver”

He sat on his scoot in the parking lot of Wal-Mart, cutting the seams out of the top of a sock cap with a well-worn, ever-present multitool. He had left his neck gaiter at home and the temperature was dropping, wind starting to make … Continue reading

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In Your Dreams

    He had always liked Montreal. Very old, very European, foreign….Didn’t always feel welcome by its inhabitants, but he wasn’t one that worried a hell of a lot about what others thought. He had been up north, in the mines, trying … Continue reading

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