We bickered about off-road adventures from the moment we made our plane reservations.
“Where’s you sense of adventure?”
“I don’t have any”.
“You promised you’d come along and not gripe. The taxi driver said to follow the dirt road and we’d find the little out-of-the-way hostel”.
“Umm … I’m not an expert hiker but this sign is telling us something”.
“I’ll look down the side of the cliff. You know, get my bearings”.
The panic on his face said it all.
On the jagged black mountain cliff, lay the charming little cottage they called, ‘Sheer Drop Inn’.
Genre: Flash Fiction
Word Count: 100
Photo Prompt: Bjorn Rudberg
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