Ernest Hemingway once wrote a story in just six words “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”.
Can you write a story in just six words related to the great outdoors?.
Here’s a few from the first time this was published on Rohantime.
Please add yours in the comment box below.
- Silver dawn, steaming tea, summit beckons. – Pete
- That’s me! climb when ready, climbing? – J. Lloyd
- Fiery sunset! Camera? Return to summit. – Moss
- Rushing rivers, skylarks, orchids, Dales Way – B. Parkin
- Up Scarfell, wrong clothing, need rescue! – M. Preston
- Sun on back heading for top. – D. Priddin
- Silent mist, rainbow aura, brocken spectre! – B. Lloyd
- Climbed hill, fell down, broke ankle – S. Goodgame
- Steep slope, heavy breathing, summit glory! – C. Sprake
- Riding horses, into the sunset, us. – B. Akram
- Morning dew, sheep, reached summit, tea! – J. Battson
- Sunrise stunning, rucksack ready, wonderful world. – P. Arthan
- Hilbre Island. Boys Brigade, Shifting sands. – P. Thornton
- Raindrops on flysheet, back to bed… – P. Clinch
- New boots, anticipation. Blisters, never went. – A. Wilcock
- Back pack full of happy memories – C. Ebbrell
- Climbed up looked down fell off. – D. Malkin
- Stepped out, wandered,stepped back in. – U. Khan
- Trees, pooping, Poison Ivy! Rats! – J. Helton
- One step. What could happen next! – Rock & Fell
- Shore line, mighty, fine. All mine. – T. Rogers
- Green, yellow, brown, leaves fall down. – S. Rogers