that was quite a story. I feel that there was to many plots going on in this story and really could be 3 individual storys. I felt I liked the first have the most and can imaigine the author laughing as they wrote it because it was quite funny but then I felt that that story could wrap up before the next one started. It was well written and great dialoge between all the faimly members.
My goodness, poor Adam just can't seem to stop imagining things!
This was a nice sequel to the Robin Hood story...a little less dire overall, but still plenty of drama. I especially enjoyed the humor. The blue dress joke and the references to the Cartwright boys always having crazy delirious dreams every time they get a fever made me smile. I also had to laugh at "Young Cartwright Forced Off Ponderosa Because Of Revengeful Turkey." And I loved that even Pilgrims in fever-dreams have to admit Adam's superior brain power: "The strange one dost sound logical...."
It's always nice to see poor exhausted, harried Doc Martin, and it's also nice to see Will doing something nice for Adam for a change.
The story was so innocent and fun for so long that it took me by surprise when Adam ended up in such dire straits and Joe's girlfriend turned out to be a witch. I didn't see that plot twist coming!
Thanks for this crazy story...reading it was a fun way to spend some time tonight.