Hitchcock Coheed had earned a private pilot’s license when he was 16 years old, a degree in electrical engineering when he was 22, a contractor’s license (as an electrician) when he was 26, a marriage license at 27 and at 28 he signed on to his bride’s idea to pack up and seek their fortune in California. A year later he washed up in Litter Bay clinging to a beat Toyota pickup and a toolbox full of tools. His lovely bride was somewhere else, scores of miles inland he guessed, but who knew. Fifteen years later, he still has no idea. [Read More]
Adventures in Litter Bay
A Relation of the Adventures of Hitchcock Coheed in the Unknown Interior of Litter Bay, with particular attention to the idiosyncrasies of the peoples he discovers, including their customs and lifeways; some notes about the flora and fauna, domestic and wild one may find therein; and also the climate, which is exceptionally fair; as well as some comments for subsequent arrivals, so that they may profit from Coheed’s privation.