Port Stanley was at the mouth of Kettle Creek, nestled in between two large hills. It was an era of big flowered dresses, high boots, and the miniskirt. Men wore single-breasted suits with collarless jackets, hats were becoming scarce. Bell bottoms had arrived, and someone had invented polyester. The Beverly Hillbillies played on television, along with Star Trek and the Twilight Zone. Color was new on the TVscreen.
Antennas stretched high into the sky like sentinels from every rooftop which replaced the set of rabbit ears that sat on top of the TV in the fifties. A perfect place to hide a sea monster! Or is it, the residents of Port Stanley are about to find out!
About the Author
Deborah Tadema is an accomplished writer having received a diploma in “Short Story and Fiction Writing.”Following educational achievement, she authored Break in TheWind, Taken Twice, No Honor Between Brothers, Abandoned Honor and Restless Honor. Soon to come; Sacred Honor andThunder in The Wind. Deb grew up in Port Stanley, Ontario, the eldest of six children. She met her first husband in high school, moved to St. Thomas and had two daughters. Many years later she gained two stepsons when she married her current husband.