The international press and a wee dram

Photograph curtsy of

Photograph curtsy of Yarnspinnerr

Relaxing at Cameron Lodge, Shara allowed her thoughts to return to last night. As an amateur astronomer she had taught herself to look for the unexpected. But seeing a amber dragon with the ability of a chameleon was beyond the bizarre.

Shara’s mobile pinged, it was Louise, there had been another sighting. Could Shara drive down to Loch Tay, a resident at the village of Killin had contacted Louise about a dog. A dog with all the attributes of Buster. So although the international Press where all over Loch Ness. Shara packed her belongings and set out for the village of Killin.

As she reached the Falls of Dochart, Shara was stopped in her tracks, by a group of excited villagers. Whilst camera’s clicked, Shara enquired what all the fuss was about. A grisly old gamekeeper smiled then told her that there was a dragon drinking from the river. “And no miss I have not been at the bottle, but if you don’t mind I think that I need a wee dram now”.

A fine day at Mevagissey

A fine day at Mevagissey

This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. anuragbakhshi

    Ha ha ha, I love how this series is progressing.

    1. Michael Humphris

      I was so pleased to read your feedback, I have too many ideas for stories about Buster. Enough to fill a book, I will have to prune many of them, or my flash posts will get set into a pattern.

  2. Tannille

    Yay Buster again!

    1. Michael Humphris

      I have too thoughts about for stories centred on Buster. Enough to fill a book. I will have to prune many of them, or my flash posts will get set into a pattern.

  3. Iain Kelly

    Nice continuation Michael.

    1. Michael Humphris

      Thank you Iain, I have very many ideas for stories about Busters life. Perhaps enough to fill a book. I will have to prune most them, or my flash posts will get set into somewhat of a rigid pattern.

  4. Jade M. Wong

    An amber camouflaging dragon?? You have piqued my interest! I hope she got a photo of the dragon too 😉

    1. Michael Humphris

      It is real good at being a chameleon, the dragons ability to reconfigure its skin colouring means that photography’s just don’t show it. I do wonder if the dragon will make regular appearances in my stories about Buster.

  5. Abhijit Ray

    A full sighting of baby Loch Ness monster!

    1. Michael Humphris

      The trouble is that Nessie has brilliant camouflage, once she has arrived no one can will be able to see her

  6. JoHawkTheWriter

    Buster and now a dragon, he certainly is having an adventure.

    1. Michael Humphris

      Adventure could become his raison dare, thank you Jo

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