I love how this is a story within a story! I can just imagine three generations of the Cartwright family sitting around the fire with Ben telling spooky stories. Great work!
You've written the perfect Cartwright campfire tale. I can just hear the familiar voice of Lorne Greene spinning that wild tale. Thank you.
Great job, prater! Love Grandpa Ben telling tales on his boys to the grandkids. That story should keep the grandsons from straying too far.
Loved the story PF - Ben sat surrounded with his family telling a spooky story. I can just imagine the scene.
Aw, prater, you did a beautiful job on this challenge. Ben surrounded by grandchildred, telling them a spooky story. Nice.
Where was Adam?
pf love the idea of grandkids around. Hmmm would like ot hear the whole story LOL good job, your elements were hard--but you used them well.
Great story PF. I like how Hoss made sure that he and Adam did not "sneak" out. lol I wish the young C's would have married and had families on Bonanza.
I loved the image of grandpa Ben and his grandchildren plus the little bit of sound advice to the kids at the end of this story! Well done!
Great picture you painted with this story! I could just picture Ben telling stories to his grandchildren, with his sons protesting the retelling of the tale. I think he would make me jump too with the "Crash".
I like the story in a story concept, very well written and everybody was really in character.
And I can really imagine Ben as a grandfather, telling a story to his grandchildren. Very sweet, prater.
Beautiful PF, all Ben's grandchildren listening to the misdemeaniours of their fathers, and scary as well, how all kids love that, as l very much did.
Ben seems to have had the best time reteling that spooky tale. A fun evening among the C's and progeny.
good story, thanks
Hoss the story teller, so appropriate. I jumped just thinking of Ben's voice "shouting out." You had some tough scenarios to work in and you did a great job! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks-making Sport a hero was my biggest challenge. That and the fact that I'm about as scary as a kitten.