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Monday, April 9, 2012

A - Z Challenge: "H" is for Helicopter

During the month of April, I am participating in the Blogging From A-Z April 2012 Challenge, where we post everyday except for Sundays. I have decided to make flashcards for the letter of the day out of my photos, and then use the picture as a writing prompt. I am using a Thesaurus to find as many words that begin with the letter "H" and turn them into a story that will still make sense.

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 Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy ~ Kathy Matthews

"Helicopter Hippies"
by Kathy Matthews

The Hair Link helicopter habitat was spotless, and the company employees were happy-go-lucky, handsome and very hardy.  Hippies at heart, they worked in harmony with each other.  The hanger was their haven. 

A rescue call came in announcing that a harmless harlot was hurt during a hashish harvest in Heppner. 

Heading into Heppner was a hassle.  Pilot Hermy Henderson had a headache, and was flying headlong into a horrible storm.  He was generally healthy, but was hopelessly heartbroken that his heart-throb and co-worker Helen had hastily dumped him for Hector, a high-spirited man that gave Hermy the heebie-jeebies.  Helen sat behind Hermy in the helicopter; she was one of the hot and helpful paramedic helicopter nurses. 

The high winds caused Hermy to hesitate, and the helicopter was hindered.  To be honest, there was a hint of horrifying happenings ahead, and Hermy wished that he was at home with a highball.

To read about the visit that our granddaughter Kylie and I made to Air Link in Bend, Oregon (January 2011) and to see more photos of that helicopter above, please "CLICK HERE".


 A to Z Participant List

Following the theme of the of the alphabet, I am also featuring this out-of-print book created by a couple of Oregon ladies in 1983.  Please come back tomorrow to see the next page in the series:

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy ~ Kathy Matthews

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy ~ Kathy Matthews

 Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy ~ Kathy Matthews

  Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy ~ Kathy Matthews


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5 comments:

Donna Martin said...

Hi...I'm hopping over from the A to Z challenge. Lovely post...good luck with the challenge.

Donna L Martin
www.donasdays.blogspot.com

Kim, USA said...

Happy Easter Monday!! Colorful Alphabet book like it!


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Wendy said...

That's me: hot and helpful. At least I'm not a harmless harlot. HA

Linda Reeder said...

Well that was fun! Hooray for helicopters! I took a helicopter ride in Alaska and landed on a glacier. It was amazing!

Nick Wilford said...

That was "highly" entertaining! I love the idea of helicopter hippies. I was actually going to go with the same idea for my theme, but decided it was too much work! Good on you for trying it!

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