Summary: As with all intentions — some good, some not so good — there are always consquences.
Word Count: 2,225
Summary: A WHN for Season 4’s “The Hayburner.” When last we saw our intrepid heroes, Adam was in measured and methodical solitary pursuit of Hoss, whilst Joe and Ben made a wager on the outcome . . . with security, of course.
Word Count: 3,000
Summary: Joe, eager to find something to call his own, joins the Pony Express with Adam’s help.Aside from a passing reference to Ben’s investment in the Pony Express, this story is unrelated to the Season 7 episode “Ride the Wind” which was out of sync with history. The Pony Express existed for 18 months from April 1860 to October 1861 when Joe was 18.
Rating: T (5,700 words)
Summary: Written for the 2018 Advent Calendar, based on the quilting prompt, Memory. A holiday without memories brings several ideas of how to make it through the season.
Rating: G 3,675 words
Summary: Two sides of the same coin, one looks forward, one looks backward and they both struggle in the present. This post Season 14 story is set in 1878 and includes most all of the principal cast from the series run.
Written for the 2018 Ponderosa Paddlewheel Poker Tournament.
Rated: T 10,000 words
Summary: Adam wanted to help his brother, not kill him.
Word count: 6200 Rating: T
Written for 2017 Once Upon A Midnight Dreary (aka Poe) Challenge and published in 2018 for the Better Late Than Never challenge.