Flash Fiction #164

DC Tour

PHOTO PROMPT © J Hardy Carroll

DAY TO DAY GRIND

We visited a couple of friends in Washington, DC, for the first time.  I left our tourist itinerary in his capable hands; a day to see the White House, a day at the Washington Monument and the National Mall, a day to explore the Smithsonian, a day to marvel at the Pentagon.

He warned us that there would be a lot of foot-travel.  Anything in DC worth visiting, is on a walking tour.  He urged us to, “Rest up; by the time we’re done, you’ll be worn to a nub.”

I just thought that he meant from the bottom up.

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Go to Rochelle’s Addicted to Purple site and use her Wednesday photo as a prompt to write a complete 100 word story.

13 thoughts on “Flash Fiction #164

  1. Dale says:

    Now THAT’S an original take… love it.

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  2. Liz Young says:

    All that city pavement walking would wear me out too.

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    • Archon's Den says:

      I occasionally urge those younger than me to disconnect their electronic leashes, and actually go outside and exercise, but, at almost 74, I begin to appreciate virtual tours. 😳

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  3. My feet begin to ache the moment I set foot on a city pavement, I get this completely

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  4. Certainly different, refreshingly so! Nice one.

    Click to read my FriFic tale

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  5. Dear Archon,

    I once spent a week with my brother who worked in DC. Lots of great sightseeing. But definitely tiring by the end of the day.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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  6. jillyfunnell says:

    City pavements can make you ache in places you didn’t know you had places! Great take.

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