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The Journal of an Airwreck Survivor (Day 1)
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...the last thing I remember is the fog...I was flying in the Tin-Plate Birdcage...and then there was a bang...
About this creation

When I came to, I was still sitting in my little steam-flyer, the Tin-Plate Birdcage. 4th Wall: **A nice Wellington-Bernz 1893 Model 201** There was one small difference: my flyer was lodged in the side of a floating rock. After about 15 minutes of waiting for my head to clear, I decided to try to climb to the top of the rock to get the lay of the land.

This proved nearly fatal - a railing gave way, and I found myself dangling thousands of feet above the ground. Darn those floating rocks!

I don't know how I survived, but I did.

It took a few minutes to get to the top of the rock. When I got there, I was immediately struck by the lack of any type of government-issue marker plate.

I was stuck on a floating rock in an unexplored section of the floating rock fields.

I was lost.

I don't really know how long I lay there. To thinkl: I was never going to see Suzie or my flat back in Berkeshire again! It seemed like hours until, too spent to cry, I pulled myself together. This is when I made a decision - I was going to make it, and I was going to see Suzie's face one more time. My mind made up, I went back to my wrecked flyer, and to my great relief, the pck Suzie had done up for me was still nestled in a corner of the trunk. I reached down and got it, and then proceeded to catalogue my inventory.

I was stuck on a rock, miles from home, with:
-A loaf of bread
-Three big chunks of dried beef
-A goodly wheel of cheese
-A 1/2 gallon canteen of water
-A blanket (bless Suzie's heart!)
-A pair of binoculars
-And a notebook **Here my record turns into a live-action event log**

Nightfall is approaching. I guess I'll eat a bite of the bread for supper. Going to have to ration my food - could be stuck here for weeks.

Put the food away. Almost time for bed... I wonder where to put the pack? I strapped the pack to a bush. It should be secure there. Hhhmm...guess I'll just sleep here - the Tin-Plate Birdcage is too rickety. Time to put away the journal - not enough light to write.
~Jack Bilbert


Fourth Walling: This is my first Steampunk MOC. Kudos to Kevin Fedde for his Floating Rock MOC. This is a series, and more of Jack Bilbert's adventures will be forthcoming. Please review!


  August 14, 2010
This is really good, it inspired me to make my little story, check it out some time please :)
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  December 9, 2009
Dude this series is so pro! Make more man im excited to see more.
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  September 28, 2009
A very captivating story!
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