What a good story, easy to read nice quick pace and a great story line. I love reading your storys of the younger Cartwrights.
Cute! I'm sure Ben was at his wits end with two superstition-believing boys on his hands.
An inventive use of your prompts, and I always enjoya prequel. Love the little Cartwright boys! Thanks!
Thanks, Marla! I'm glad you enjoyed it! :)
That was some bad luck that befell Ben’s old shipmate! Trust the two younger boys to go off and try to help in the dead of night, but thank goodness for their older brother! A very creative story from your prompt words CG@H!
Thanks, Bejules! :) And thank you for the prompt words...it was so much fun building a story around them!
Interesting story. I thought for a while that the villain had to be witch. Now I see that it was a witch in disguise. Birds are known to take shiny objects. You did a good job with this, Cowgirl.
Thanks, littlejoenice! :)
Earl certainly did have his share of bad luck from the sound of things. I can't really blame him for being discouraged. However, I'd say his luck changed the day he found the Ponderosa. It was a good outcome for all. :)
You made very creative use of your words! A crow is befitting the Halloween season, witchery, etc. Medallion seems like the really tricky word to me. Well done. Thank you. And happy Halloween. :)
Thanks, Sharry! :) I'm glad you enjoyed it! And happy Halloween to you too!