FF – Friday Fictioneers – Bridge the Gap – Science-fiction/humorous – 3/12/2014 PG

Welcome to Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wiseoff-Fields.  My 100 word entry for the pic prompt below follows the picture.  For the rest, click > HERE <.  Enjoy!!!

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Bridge the Gap

By Scott L Vannatter – 100 words

Dave had run for more than 10 minutes.  He looked down the bridge at the red tent.  He was no closer.  He started running again.  With each step the tent moved forward then back.  He stopped, gasping for air.  His first thought was that if this was real science fiction, he could just picture being there and he would be.

He looked.  Now, he was inside the red tent!  “OMG!” he thought. “It does work.  I could visit the Himalayas by just thinking about…”  Wearing Bermuda shorts and flip-flops was no way to visit the mountains…and it was slick there.

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