All hide, no seek

As the windy one was heading up the stairs, he noticed a very young girl hiding behind the historic trash bin on the boardwalk. Before he could ask what she was up to, her mom came around the corner and said, “Honey, I know you love to hide, but in a place like this it isn’t fun for Mommy to look for you.”

Train vision issues

“Where is the train?” a person asked, while standing in close proximity to the train.

“Is this where we board the train?” a visitor asked, again right in front of the train, but as many others were getting on board ahead.

Wind is fairly light to start the season, so let’s hope it picks up. Remember, drop your lofty wind scribblings off at the bookstore or email it directly to the windy one at alaskan@skagwaynews.com. We will enter you in a monthly drawing for a copy of Best of the Skagway Police Blotter, Vols 1 and 2, featuring the best of “Heard on the Wind”. This month’s winner is Lioba Menger.