Author Archives: dalebare

Strangers in town

A cold mist was falling. The wind blew just enough to give a body a chill. It had been like this the entire day. The tavern was filled with locals, each nursing a mug of mulled wine. The farmers had … Continue reading

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Sparring partner

Alfred was in a miserable mood. No sooner than he had finished his chores and was ready to begin the new book he had found in the church. Apparently, the priest, Father Fitzpatrick also enjoyed adventure tales. The thick volume … Continue reading

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Roast Boar

Outside the tavern, it was a chill drippy night. It wasn’t much this tavern. Situated as it was in a backwater village overshadowed by a castle that may have once been important. Whatever trade route it had been built to … Continue reading

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Jason, travel guide

Every adventure a surprise. We were in the Bahamas on vacation with family. Jason invited us to see the low tide pools they had visited before we got there. The twins declared that they would stay with their mother. They … Continue reading

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Vacation Bible School

Long a go in a state not so far away, I went to a vacation bible school. My memories of this are incomplete but some things stand out. My mom drove me there. It was a small Baptist church that … Continue reading

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My grand Mother Bare

A cousin has asked me to share memories of my Grandparents Bare. I thought I’d share a few here. My memories of Grandma Bare are mostly vague. I do recall sitting at the kitchen table with her, Grandpa Bare, My … Continue reading

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Memories of my Grandfather Bare

My memories about of my Grandpa Bare are vague and assisted by old home movies (That I seem to have misplaced). I remember once or possibly twenty times going to the old home place to visit. Once Dad was taking … Continue reading

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