Monthly Archives: January 2012

Second Childhood, part 22 :The Big Potato…cowboys & rockers & good-lookin’ women


22 The Big Potato “We need to go get Josh.” “I’ll get dressed” Ace and Roberta drove out past a dark cabin eight and headed for the Ramada Inn. Ace called over and Josh said he wanted to go to … Continue reading

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Second Childhood part 20: The joint starts jumpin’ and the beds start bouncin’!


21 A Little Get-Together          Sheila’s plane dropped down into Salt Lake. I wish I could have gotten a flight tomorrow; like I need an extra night in Pocatello. Plus the only motel she’d been able to find … Continue reading

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Second Childhood,part 19: Code 99–or, Coming to a Head–A Bit Too Fast!


20 Code 99 Dr. Jonas Arkavarian watched the majestic red rock spires of Sedona come into view from the window of the helicopter. This is the way to see all this! They were flying up from the south at around … Continue reading

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Second Childhood, part 18 : The Implant hits the fan…or, Explodongs!


19 The Implant Hits the Fan Josh hit the talkback button.” Fuckin’ incredible. Come and listen.” Spider dropped his headphones on the stool and put his bass on its stand. He high-low-and mid-fived Joe Vostra as Vostra emerged from the … Continue reading

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Second Childhood p[art 17, Whoops, there’s it blows!


18 Whoops, There It Blows Ace stepped back and looked at his forerunner. Looks like something out The Grapes of Wrath! He checked on Mr. Biggs, in his crate in the back. “On the road again, old pal.” He said … Continue reading

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Second Childhood, part 16, Nashville Dog


17 Nashville Dog Leave a message: beep: Ace, this is Jim, let’s meet at Hobo’s for lunch. Bring the guys. Beep: Ace, you old dog, you! Sneakin’ up there with your Tracy Boggs cut! Let’s write. Beep: Hey, Ace, Tracy … Continue reading

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Second Childhood , part 15: Dixie road


16 Dixie Road By the time they got to Atlanta, Ace was really feeling edgy. Too close to home for comfort. His old guilt complex was revving up in spite of himself. I’m not going to let her make me … Continue reading

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