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8/8/11

Six Very Short Tales

Strange, wonderful, amazing, unlikely neighborhood tall tales.

Leroy the Butterfly: Interview With a Gadfly
When a Small White Butterfly (Pieris rapae) arrives in Wheaton, and makes his way around town, what does he see?
http://wheaton.patch.com/blog_posts/bluster-county-blues-leroy-the-butterfly-interview-with-a-gadfly

Cannonball's Run
Cort Coleridge always does the unexpected well. One thing he did made him a legend.
http://wheaton.patch.com/blog_posts/bluster-county-blues-cannonballs-run

The Raging Giant Blue Goldfish
Fish stories are common among fisherman. How often will you hear about the fish which swallowed them, or that it was glowing blue?
http://wheaton.patch.com/blog_posts/bluster-county-blues-the-raging-giant-blue-goldfish

Why Four Sheep Had Their Hooves on Backwards
Something very strange happened to the sheep at the local children's farm.
http://wheaton.patch.com/blog_posts/bluster-county-blues-why-four-sheep-had-their-hooves-on-backwards

Mountain Cat Charlie Runs Again
What happens when two massive men collide at home plate? Why are there fireworks after baseball games?
http://wheaton.patch.com/blog_posts/bluster-county-blues-mountain-cat-charlie-runs-again

The Sound and Fury of An Elephant's Graveyard
Can a local hill really be where a million elephants fought for true love? Can an ordinary man climb an unending hill?
http://wheaton.patch.com/blog_posts/bluster-county-blues-the-sound-and-fury-of-an-elephants-graveyard
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