All posts tagged Bill Wright

A Tall Ship Tale #63: The Ship Who Sung

Bill Wright provided technical assistance for this episode of Paul DeAnguera’s epic tale.

Following his escape from a 12th century Kambujan prison, Captain Quid lost no time in getting the H.M.S. Legume underway. The First Mate stopped by Professor Peabody’s workshop in a corner of the hold. “The Captain wants to go back to the 19th century,” he reported.

Peabody looked up from the partially-disassembled weigh-back machine. “I’m sorry, but that isn’t possible just now,” he apologized. “you’ve caught me … Read the rest...

A Tall Ship Tale — Interlude: One Hull Of A Lady

By Bill Wright. The originator of the Tall Ship series, Paul de Anguera, places this interlude between #41 and #42. The Series will continue.

H.M.S. Legume is a well-seasoned ship with considerable flora clinging below the waterline (as her name implies). She has accumulated a certain amount of fauna as well.

Please meet one of the fauna — Linda, the marine sea snail.

The biologists among you may wonder that Linda is attached to the bottom of a ship. A … Read the rest...