Saturday, February 25, 2006

Fire & Ice, Part I

Story #33, in which we return to find Doug on his way up.

To hear the story, listen from the belfry.







To read the story, click the map.

6 comments:

SquareGirl said...

Narrative structure is usually the road less traveled.

It always brings me solace when I find cabin’s in domes to prove that there is indeed someone dumber than I, although I am quite certain that intelligence and common sense rarely go hand in hand.

I hope you allow your dad to chose your hiking destinations now.

LeesahEm. said...

But was there ice?

Doug said...

Very funny, Squaregirl. Not to fear, I'm not really in volcano-climbing shape, although, speaking of volcano-climbers....

Not on mine, Masil. You out-machoed me again.

Cairo The Boxer said...

Very cool. Doug, have you ever been to El Salvador? They have some great Volcanos too. Mommy is from El Salvador and has been to Guatemala many times. She tells me Antigua is BEAUTIFUL.

Doug said...

Cairo, I haven't been to El Salvador but I hear it's beautiful and your Mom is right about Antigua.

Indeterminacy said...

This is a wonderful account, and it's the kind of adventure that I think everyone has dreamed of once, and if they havent, they'll imagine they have.