Five Card Story: The Little Dinosaur

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a Five Card Flickr story by Berhane Berhane created Feb 08 2021, 06:56:40 pm. Create a new one!

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Aspin, Colorado is an amazing place filled with beautiful wildlife. People from all over the country visit Aspin for this, as well as other things like skiing and hiking. One of these people is Frank Courtland from Kenosha Wisconsin. Frank is a lover a nature and thus a fan of cities like Aspin. Before Frank's last trip to Aspin, he saw a video on his computer saved by his late father. It was a warm message, but it ended with the words on the screen: FIND THE LITTLE DINOSAUR. This was Frank's new quest. He spent days looking for it at his father's house. It was an old house with an ugly blue front door that brought back so many memories for Frank. Unfortunately however, he could not find it there either. Before finally giving up on his late father's final request, Frank decided to check his tombstone for any possible clues. He brought some flowers out of respect and set them down gently before looking around. It was a big tomb so there were a few places to look around. Again, he was feeling hopeless in finding in it. Then, randomly, he felt something weird under his foot. He looked down and about 2 feet from the tomb was the little dinosaur after all. Frank sighed in relief. He was able to find the dinosaur. The next morning he drove all the way to Aspin with the little dinosaur sitting on the dashboard.

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