A shot of Flintstones? | AspenTimes.com

A shot of Flintstones?

Do you remember Freshman English? We all learned about the literary technique called “foreshadowing.” Writers sometimes provide hints or clues early in a novel, to suggest what will happen later in the story.

Have you been up to the Maroon Bells lately? As the “resident readers” of our local construction tragedy, the restrooms up there provide us with a helpful little prediction about the future. If you like the Flintstones bathrooms, you are going to love the straight shot!

Jerald A. Bovino


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