Saturday, August 30, 2008

The Unionville Chronicles

Twenty-third Canto

By popular demand, Old Mule is back for a reading. To hear it, click on Coyote (above.) Thanks, brother mule.

Click on Crow to read along.


weirsdo said...

Coyotes are having the last word, though. They coexist with us better than crows, wolves, or foxes, and I just read that as coyotes come east, they are getting bigger and taking over the wolves' ecological niche.

Doug said...

Weirsdo, I had no idea. The niche out here in the desert is driving beagles crazy.

Ariel the Thief said...

The only problem with a golden calf is that you cannot eat it.

It is funny that what Coyote was working on from outside for so long was done from inside overnight. I am sure Twyla's heart was bleeding for the horses.

This story ended so fast. Good thing Mule is reading so slowly. Good choice.

Doug said...

True, Ariel. Mule reads like a shot of vitamins into a corpse's arm.

Ariel the Thief said...

Well, truth is in the vineyard.