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Civil War Transcendence, part 369

  We galloped into town at the double quick, as we use to say in Civil War Reenactments, which seemed like a million years ago and literally in a galaxy far, far away. I halted Stonewall in front of the … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 368

The Mentor smiled and looked expectantly. The Assistant frowned and looked dubious.  I took it as an omen. “Y’all said something about raiding Washington City?” I questioned. They both nodded simultaneously. “What’s yar plan?” I requested. “We thought you might … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 367

  Again, I was shocked beyond belief.  I must have fainted, because I suddenly discovered that I was being held in a standing position by San Cirr Ray. She had wrapped her arms around me to keep me from falling, … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 366

  For the second time, I was so shocked that my eyes seemed to bulge out of their sockets. I became slack jawed and must have gone into a semi-catatonic state. The next thing I remember was being gently shaken … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 365

  Finally, I stuttered, “How in heaven’s name could we do that? The U. S. capital is so heavily protected with forts that we wouldn’t get anywhere near Washington D.C., let alone raid it.” “We can provide a way,” Kann … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 364

  I could see the greenish teal glimmer in the roadway before she ever appeared. In an instant, San Cirr Ray materialized about five yards in front of us. Stonewall halted and whinnied a warning to the alien.  His ears … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 363

We had a leisurely lunch and enjoyed each other’s company. John Lee opened up a little more and told of the days when he was a horse tamer. He had broken a lot of horses and gentled them for young … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 362

  Once back at the livery stable, I unsaddled Stonewall and put him in a stall. I personally fetched some water, hay and oats for him. Then we had a meditative session before I left for the hotel. I kept … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 361

  The Colonel looked at me expectantly. “Sir, why don’t ya collect tha town council together, which would consist of tha Mayor, tha clergy, and tha newspaper editor, and tell ‘em they’ll need to get an election implemented for a … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 360

  My gaze drifted to another occupier of the tent. Major Mosby sat in a chair at a table in the middle of the tent. He hadn’t stood up when I made my abrupt entrance, but he looked at me … Continue reading

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