Monthly Archives: August 2015

Civil War Transcendence, part 175

Pointing at the tied-up troopers’ horses, I said, “Good, ’cause I want you to take one of the Yanks’ horses and go down to the bridge and tell the Confederate cavalry that Jim Hager needs help. We are holding off … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 174

I turned and, using the torch, saw that the passageway was only about five feet high. It had posts on either side of the passageway about every five feet and beams that sat on the top of the posts acting … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 173

A NOVEL OF TRAVEL BACK IN TIME   I yelled at Ezra, “Come here and hold the front door. If you hear anybody on the porch, shoot through the front door.” “Yes, sah,” he responded and marched toward me. I … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 172

A NOVEL OF TRAVEL BACK IN TIME The two Yankee troopers began to quicken their pace to catch us. My muscles must have gotten an added infusion of adrenalin because I literally put my arms around the waists of Mrs. … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 171

A NOVEL OF TRAVEL BACK IN TIME Daphne and Mrs. Douglas gasped at the violence of the captain. Standing over me with a demonic grin on his face, he declared, “We are going to take you to our camp, where … Continue reading

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Civil War transcendence, part 170

I have to hand it to the Yanks this time. They must have been laying for me, because as soon as I ran out the back door, three cavalrymen were waiting. They encircled me with drawn pistols. I slowly raised … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 169

I took Daphne by the arm and directed her to the left parlor. Mrs. Douglas looked up from a book in her lap and asked in a frustrated voice, “Are you two through breaking all the conventional requirements of courting?” … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 168

I pulled out my pocket watch and, in the bright moonlight, was able to discern it was nine o’clock. As I rode toward the bridge I was halted by the sentry. We employed the regular rigmarole for passing a picket … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 167

The meeting finally ended, and I stayed on the podium hoping everyone would leave and I wouldn’t have to talk with anyone. No such luck. Daphne approached the dais and motioned to me to come forward to talk with her. … Continue reading

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