On Fiddib Har

  • Alexander Keewatin Dewdney


It was nearly two Arde-days before Yendred was to leave on a journey that would span half the continent of Ajem Kollosh. When he came into focus on our screen, we found him walking in front of his father toward the shore of Fiddib Har. According to our calculations it was nearly midnight. The two walked without speaking because Yendred was communicating with us much of this time. He had agreed to help his father for the next day. By midnight a strong east wind would be blowing them far out on Fiddib Har, where they would spend the morning fishing. They would then sail back with the afternoon westerly.


Nerve Trunk Root Organ Bottom Pair Strong East Wind Boat Pass 
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© Alexander K. Dewdney 2000

Authors and Affiliations

  • Alexander Keewatin Dewdney
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  1. 1.University of Western OntarioLondonCanada

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