Thursday, February 9, 2012

Return to the Tree (Blogwalk)

You head back toward the Oak Tree. Greens fade into browns and grays as you walk along. Leaves flutter to the ground in a cascade of orange, red and brown. Rain starts to fall and it quickly turns to sleet then snow. The air takes on a crispness almost an emptiness as many of the smells you never realized you were taking for granted suddenly are absent. Ice crunches underfoot. The mud left behind by the previous rain is frozen into peculiar shapes.

At the Oak Tree you find a series of tracks leading every which way. If you pause and hold your position, just for a little while, you can hear the sounds of little things scampering about in the underbrush.

Do you...

Climb back up the Tree?    Blog One   Blog Two   Blog Three
Look for another path to go explore?   Blog One   Blog Two   Blog Three
Wait quietly to see if you can spot one of the little creatures?   Blog One   Blog Two   Blog Three

This is a continuation of Porky's Fantasy Blogwalk, a collaborative cross-blog Choose Your Own Adventure narrative that begins at The Oak and expands outwards across the blog-o-sphere as explained by the prime instigator and friendly coordinator of this online collaborative narrative, Porky himself in his 'Blogging Our Adventures' post.

If you have an idea for a scene that might come before, during or after this one, write it, post it on your blog, and link to this post as one of the choices/options available from your scene's post. It's okay to present more options even if those scenes haven't been written just yet. There's plenty of room for everyone and alternative paths are much appreciated and encouraged. If you do write a scene that links to any of the ones at this blog, please leave a link in the comments here so that we can add your scene into the link options here. Everyone is welcome. Make sure you check out some of the other paths that are already available—you might get some ideas for thing to add that none of us have gotten to yet!

To begin your own Blogwalk as a reader-explorer, we suggest going back to the BEGINNING.

If you'd be interested in participating by contributing your own scenes as a Blogwalk writer-blogger then read the Summary and Guidelines at Porky's blog.

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