Outta Here

Guess what. It’s a holiday weekend. That’s what Bernie says. Not Christmas, a holiday where I’ve had some problems on account of my tail and tree ornaments. Not Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday for reasons I probably don’t have to explain. But all that food! No, this is something else, and we’re going hiking in the desert. Bernie wants to see some rock art he’s heard about, left over from the Indians. Or something like that. Also he wants to get away from technology, whatever that is. 

“C’mo, Chet. What are you doing?”

See you after the holiday. 



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6 Responses to “Outta Here”

  1. patti steward
    1:34 pm on May 23rd, 2009

    You're the best Chet! (But we're not too bad either.) Loved your out the window in the window bone chasing! We could do that, but we never get the chance.

  2. Diane Brodson
    2:17 pm on May 23rd, 2009

    Jeeze, I get back from the conference just in time for a Cliff Hanger….

    Will Chet remember where he left off?

    Will we ever get back to that skull?

    And what about Iggy? did he3 ever turn up?

  3. Yukio
    2:11 pm on May 16th, 2014

    Megan That one dish looked very inriugting, some type of roasted split brussel sprouts with walnuts and __________. What’s the other item, can’t tell what it is? Looks Awesome.Gordyps nice job, as usual!

  4. Adil
    1:48 pm on February 19th, 2015

    I’m thankful that, over the cusore of 50+ years of collecting comics, I’ve had the chance to meet, chat with, and sometimes become friends with some of the great contributors to the industry. To name a few: Harry and Marianne Hopkins (Fandom Directory), Jack Kirby, Stan Lee, John Byrne, Don and Maggie Thompson, Will Eisner, Forrest J. Ackerman, Jerry Ordway, Jim Shooter, and Chuck Rozanski (Mile High Comics). Happy Holidays to those that are still with us, and blessings to those who have gone on.

  5. Alex
    1:27 pm on March 24th, 2015

    Thanks for the bump!I don’t think I’m worried so much as bfelddued (commented the same on my post). It’s hard to believe such a great tool is hardly known, at least amongst the people who visit my blog. They’ve got to be technical (people) because my wife won’t read it. Same goes for family and friends.Just strange…

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