Part 16: Wild Fire at Rainbow Mountain Park …


Part 16:         Wild Fire at Rainbow Mountain Park …                             Victoria Fairchild Saga Continues

Written by Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee.

 

Photo taken/owned by Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee.

 

Note:

Part 1 through Part 16 is dedicated to my friend … Ms Nancy Smith Satterwhite to read while recovering from her surgery.  I enjoyed writing for you, Ms Nancy.  It’s been practice to begin writing once again.  I am going to continue writing The Saga of Victoria Fairchild here on my Blog.

 

Photo taken/owned by Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee.

 

 

Victoria left through the gap behind the huge rock.  She walked slowly while listening. She would go back if she felt she needed to.  Victoria finally came to the parking lot … stood for a time looking back the way she came.

 

She heard a huge whoosh … knew what it was.  Tom had already called for firetrucks … the men were in the woods with the long hoses.  There wasn’t anything she could do.

 

As Victoria drove away she saw barriers put up … signs saying Do Not Enter.

 

When Victoria got home she began taking off her shoes … clothes as she walked through the house.  She wanted her shower … and she was going straight to bed.  She would turn the news on the tv in the bedroom.

 

Soon Victoria was in the big king-size bed.  She turned the news on.  She sat up when she saw there was a big wildfire at Rainbow Mountain Park!

 

She watched as the cameras panned around … a journalist was talking to Tom.  He was telling her that someone must have dropped a cigarette while in the woods on the trail.  They would soon have the fire under control.  Victoria watched as the fire was being reported.

 

As soon as the news went off … Victoria turned the tv off.  She took several breaths … she fell asleep.  Her last thoughts were of the vicious animal-people no one knew about.  They were destroyed under the guise of a wildfire.

 

As her eyes closed she told herself that she would keep an eye on Rainbow Mountain Park.

 

 

 

Sometimes when we know something we can’t ever tell it … who would believe it anyway? By Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee.

 

 

 

The End … Parts 1-16 are dedicated to my friend … Ms Nancy Smith Satterwhite to read while recovering from surgery.  This gave me a chance to practice writing also.  I intend to keep on writing my Victoria Fairchild Saga and let it be ongoing.  Gloria Faye Brown Bates/aka Granny Gee.

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