Cloud Gazing at Crane Creek

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
Went fishing with some friends but I wasn't fishing.

Submitted: November 20, 2009

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The other cloud was a Siamese cat-fish.

Images included:

Turkey, monkey and bald eagle, followed by a serpent.

Wings with a dragon and a spinal cord.

I almost forgot the ghost with the luminous ball.

As well as the crazed, ravenous, large nosed vulture with the tongue blowing back in the wind of it's flight.

Not to mention the slight grimace upon it's face.

There were islands in the stream and bubbles taking the fast train.

At least two dragon flies seemed to be making the rounds.

Shiny blue in color were each of them.

There were reflections in the water indicating a specific current flow direction.

The "funny" part was that when I watched Chuck's bobber floating up stream at nearly the same rate as the water was flowing down, I took notice.

At first I thought that maybe Chuck had caught something.

I asked Chuck if he got one and he said "no".

I realized then that the stream must have been forming a back current through some means.

Later I noticed even leaves going up-stream, miraculously.

That back current still amazes me.

The other cloud was a Siamese cat-fish.

Images seen included;Turkey, monkey, bald eagle, followed by a sepent.

Wings with a dragon and a spinal cord.

I almost forgot the ghost with the luminous ball.


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