As I write this, the wind and rain are doing a striking impression of a car wash outside my window, a half a million people on the East coast are still without power (due to a bomb cyclone), and many areas of the UK have seen unprecedented snowfall. So, with many schools on Spring Break, let’s take a wee vacation.
This week Pegman takes us to Abaco, Bahamas. You won’t find much in the way of streetview out in this neck of the Bahamas. Mainly because you won’t find much in the way of streets. You can use the photo provided, or dangle Pegman over the map to find your own slice of paradise.
Your mission is to write 150 words inspired by what you find. Will you treat us to comedy? Tragedy? Sci Fi Slipstream Historical Fiction? Your only limit is your imagination. And of course the previously mentioned 150 words. Once you’ve polished your story-poem-essay, share it with other Pegman contributors using the link up below.
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