Three friends had been out enjoying a sightseeing plane trip. They were happy and carefree as they were about to pass over the mountain above their town nestling down in the valley. A gently bubbling creek ran through the center of it. On each side of its banks were a variety of timber built summer homes and cabins. It looked and was a peaceful town of around 350 inhabitants. As they woke that morning, no one knew that high above them a terrifying plane crash would result in most of them able to live and enjoy another day.
As the plane past through some light hazy clouds, disaster in the form of a flock of geese brought the three friends light banter to an abrupt end. The cockpit screen was instantly transformed into a mass of blood and feathers. With the engine blocked and the wings damaged, Ian, the pilot could do nothing as the plane plunged down towards the forested pine mountaintop. Through the badly damaged screen, Ian saw they were heading straight at the towns communication tower. Although they missed it, a wing was ripped off as it hit one the trees. After coming to a rest, Ian and Mark who sat next to him climbed out of the plane, which then burst into flames. They found Jane who had been sat behind them, lying draped on top of some bushes. Fortunately, none of them was seriously injured. While making their way down the mountain, a bear paid them a visit during the night. This, however, was nothing to what would happen the next day.
About the Author
Colin Guest (1940-2018) Born in England, is a freelance writer whose latest book, Impending Disaster, is now on pre-release. It will be for sale as of 22nd April 2018. Apart from books he has had articles published in various online magazines, with one published in a UK expat magazine. In conjunction with Voyage Media, Colin wrote a pilot episode for what they think could be suitable for a television series. Colin also writes poetry. He has had several in the final four in poetry contests, with his last made into a film. Colin once took part in a live American radio show and did a one-hour podcast re his writing. He has taken part in a number of online interviews including one with Lisa Burton, a gorgeous robotic interviewer. A newspaper in Colin’s hometown Plymouth in England, UK, published an article about him and his writing. Colin is keen on environmental and wildlife issues, with his pen name Tigerman, coming from his love of tigers. One of which he has adopted for the past twelve years. Colin has lived in Turkey for over 25 years and now lives in Istanbul with his wife Gulden.
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