Action and Adventure
ACTION and ADVENTURE.
NOTE FOR PARENTS:
The Doomore stories were originally designed for today's restless child who struggles with reading because of a preference for cartoons and video games. The first story makes use of simple vocabulary.
Grandpa's Crazy Farm.
Grandpa had a nice and quiet farm until his rooster began to eat TNT. Then, a lot of very LOUD explosions became very upsetting.
So, in an effort to bring peace back to his farm, Grandpa went on a little adventure (and lost his teeth). You can now read how Grandpa was able to bring peace back to his farm.
If you're looking for another action and adventure story, well, this is another one. But keep in mind that this story is about a Grandpa, and he doesn't move very fast. So, you can only expect slow moving action, and easy does it, safe and sure adventure.
The story below, and the one in the centre were not put together like most stories. The stories were created by first finding interesting action Gif figures like the one above. Then, I used the figures to help decide what the story was going to be about. So, the strange figures result in strange stories.
In this story, you can go on your own adventure.
First, take Grandpa's advice. Then you can choose to go on four different adventures. They all include strange action Gif figures.
Since Oct. 24, 1998
you are visitor number
From November 24, 1997 to February 18, 2006, this file was posted at
www.geocities.com/story-stuff. However, the Doomore stories were removed,
transfered to alittlehistory.com due to problems with the geocities advertising.
The total hits from that site were not included with the total count shown on the left.
This current file includes the Doomore and Chipper Stories which
had been posted at www.alittlehistory.com/Drumheller/DinoStories until
February 11, 2006. Total vistors from October 24, 1998 to February 20, 2006 were 17,022.
These numbers are included in the counter total shown on the left. Then on Feb. 22/17 after
being down for over 6 months it was activated with the June 30/16 total of 121,250