A supernatural romance novel by Frank Karkota
On a very hot July 4, Lisa took Robert to the other side of the lake for a swim. After the swim, Lisa showed Robert the boulders, commonly called erratics, that dotted the landscape. She had given names to many of them. This was the first time in fifty years that Lisa had somebody who understood and loved her, so that she could point them out and give their names.
|Dinosaur eggs. It takes a little imagination, but they are big enough!|
|The mountain. Perhaps a little small. Perhaps a lot small!|
|The pyramid. It does look like a pyramid with perfect proportion.|
|The turtle. It takes a lot of imagination, but that's Lisa!|
|The giant dinosaur egg.|
|Another view of the giant dinosaur egg. Robert saw a boulder and Lisa saw an egg. But Robert loved her anyway.|
|On the side of the giant dinosaur eggs was a tree growing out of the stone. Life will always find a way, even when it seems impossible to flourish.|
|The giant barn stone. Now this made even Robert think of dinosaurs.|
|The back of the house stone. It was like a sleeping giant.|
|Another view of the house stone. It was huge.|
|A view of both stones. The house stone is on the right and the barn stone on the left.|
|A nearby cave was occupied by a bear. Robert did not
take the time to get a photograph!
To many people, a bunch of boulders has little significance, but because of the bond between Lisa and Robert, they could share the beauty and wonders of these unique objects that peppered the forests where they spent Robert's last summer.