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a Five Card Flickr story by Cam3ron created Apr 28 2015, 08:39:21 pm. Create a new one!

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I look out my window, my car shining a bright silver in the early morning sun. I slowly move to my closet and grab my blue shirt and tan pants, I go towards the kitchen passing my dog Jeremy on the way. I sit at the table cup of tea in my hand, then a noise not a very large one but a noise cracks outside my apartment, it was probably the builders with there checked shirts and paint splatters work pants dropping there tool belts to begin there breakfast before operating the large and clunking bulldozers and cement mixers. But i don't have to worry about that because I will be long gone before that begins Because I am going on a journey to the beach-side town Grew up in. It was not a long drive but It was a beautiful one. Once I finished my tea I fed my dog and said goodbye then grabbed my car-keys and headed for the elevator outside my apartment.Once at my car I Unlocked the doors and sat down on the beige leather seats and rammed my keys into the ignition and with a sharp turn my little car roared to life with all cylinders pumping making a rough thumping noise slowly I pushed on the gas and my car slowly went into motion and soon enough I was off and heading past the builders and towards the highway. one hour and thirty minutes into my journey i could just start to smell the faint smell of salt in the mid-morning breeze, by now the once four lane highway had broken off into a spiderweb of country roads and side streets heading off in different directions, but I knew where to go I have done this journey a million times. then suddenly it was there the long sweeping beach where i had grown up with my grandmothers house up on the hill. the magnificent windows glinting in the sunlight. one I had arrived. We talked for a while and before we knew it the sun was cutting thou the red atom leaves and into the side window, it was beautiful all we could see was a dull red with a slight tint of orange. Then I said goodbye to my grandmother and started on the journey home to my dog and the builders and my small apartment.

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