Monthly Archives: November 2013

Amtrak 234. A serialized short story by Herb Schultz

Part Five. Meet Amtrak 234. Amtrak train number 234 was finally ready to leave the Rhinecliff station at 8:31 – forty minutes late which meant it was right on schedule. A hybrid of public and private enterprise, Amtrak had suffered … Continue reading

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Amtrak 234. A serialized short story by Herb Schultz

Part Four. Billy Acquires an Amazing Gift As the assistant to Dinsmore Golf Course’s greenskeeper, Billy Rubin’s first job of the morning was to relocate the holes, a task that entailed traveling in a noisy John Deere utility vehicle around … Continue reading

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Amtrak 234. A serialized short story by Herb Schultz

Part Three. Meet Billy Rubin. Billy Rubin awoke groggily on a clear crisp summer morning following another fitful night sprawled out on an uncomfortable utilitarian army cot set between rows of motorized EZGO golf carts, each one tethered by a … Continue reading

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Amtrak 234. A serialized short story by Herb Schultz

Part Two. Cary Hayes has a dream. Cary awoke from a sublimely realistic dream, encouraged that the images conjured within his broken brain might provide much-needed insight into that fateful day his normal life ended and the journey to Valhalla … Continue reading

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