Padrón by Ronald Mackay
It is an honour to welcome back Ronald Mackay with his third entry in this year's Travel Stories Competition. You can read his latest story Padrón here.
16/5/2018 10:28:59 pm
I thoroughly enjoyed this tale, Ronald. Well-crafted and cheekily unresolved.
16/5/2018 10:45:02 pm
The answer to this particular question must remain eternally unresolved for the reader, Syd. Thanks!
16/5/2018 11:05:57 pm
Amusing, and understandable, Ronald. We will all just have to imagine the answer.
18/5/2018 10:57:47 am
Let's hope our imagination is up to the job!
17/5/2018 12:59:34 am
Clever story, Ronald.
18/5/2018 11:01:21 am
Indeed it is, Sunny! It's the weight of the material and the depth of the pleats that allow it to swing so impressively. Our army kilts weighed 8 lbs!
17/5/2018 01:03:53 am
Don't you know that curiosity killed the cat!
18/5/2018 11:02:57 am
Yes, Rosario -- curiosity must be curbed!
18/5/2018 10:49:55 am
Very well told, Ronald! As for the open question - surely one day somebody will get to the bottom of it.
18/5/2018 11:02:13 am
Perhaps not quite to the bottom of it, but pretty close!
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