rock on a post
Rock On A Post
Found in the woods near Wilson, Wyoming. I know not the reason why. Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

The hubs found this rock on a post and did not know why it was there. My theory, it missed the wormhole ride. Otherwise, why the post? Why the rock?

My theory is as good as any. Feel free to share YOUR theories. But I’m sticking with the wormhole. Because it’s Wishing for a Wormhole Friday. And because.

I love comments so much that I pick a favorite to receive my monthly AnaBanana gift basket ($25 value).  Recipient is announced the first blog post of the new month.

And speaking of the heat (we were, weren’t we because it’s AUGUST), turn on an audio book to beat the heat! This month, I’m also participating in #AugustAudio with some other authors. Follow the hashtag #AugustAudio and check here each Friday and Saturday in August if you’d like to try to score a book listen!

And here’s this week’s winners of Girl Gone Nova:

  1. Marji
  2. Kim Cowgar
  3. Julie
  4. nrlymrtl

Perilously yours,

Pauline

P.S. Speaking of things you might not notice, Sucker Punch is out. If you haven’t read Core Punch yet, you’ll want to. Because you won’t want to miss the whole story. Really.

cover art for Sucker Punch
Aftermath is NOT floating her boat…
Missed the #Wormhole

4 thoughts on “Missed the #Wormhole

  • August 21, 2015 at 1:49 pm
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    Or possibly the only post not of a ‘good’ wood. Black locust is what the best posts are made of; they can last a hundred years.

    One of the most boring and time-consuming farm tasks is replacing fence posts. But, one of the most aggravating and time-consuming tasks is chasing horses or cattle who have escaped their fence due to a broken post!
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  • August 21, 2015 at 8:52 am
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    I’d say it’s there for the same reason farmers put old boots or pans on posts: to keep the post from rotting too quickly. Rain seeps into the wood much easier on-end than from the side.

    Although it’s a little off-center from this photo’s view, it certainly looks like a big enough rock to cover the post and allow rain to drip off the sides.
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    • August 21, 2015 at 1:45 pm
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      I would totally think you are right but I think that was only one. Maybe it was most valuable post? Haha

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