Sunday Photo Fiction – July 5, 2015


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The Waterfront in Cumbria, along with exact location

The Waterfront in Cumbria, along with exact location

The Waterfront direction said …. North …. West. There they were.

All standing around their favorite teacher. She showed her students yesterday to read the latitude and longitude readings on a map. They were to read directions on a compass now. Groups of 4 students were ready to receive their maps with their directions.

The teacher is a very clever woman. She gave each a different set of information. At the end they would all end up in the cafe where they were going to have their lunch. If they read the wrong directions they will be way off the mark. Hopefully they know how to do the compass reading.

All the groups went off in their own directions. The teacher waited  ten minutes till every group was out of sight. She then went off to meet her special friend before going to the cafe.

Word count: 150

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Author: scrapydo2.wordpress.com

Retired teacher interested in anything crafty: Scrap booking, card making, quilting, knitting etc. Everything about animals especially DOGS

13 thoughts on “Sunday Photo Fiction – July 5, 2015”

  1. What a crafty teacher – and clever, too, to plan an activity to keep the students away from her rendezvous place. I hope none of the groups of students get lost while she’s enjoying time with this ‘special friend’. Good story, Scrapydo.

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        1. Me too, did not have time to arrange such meetings. Some were very good in organizing such secret events for themselves

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