Father and Son Battle at the Metro Park

As the fighters moved around the course, “Mongoose” spied, “Corvette” under the sunny, blue sky with a few wispy clouds hung for decoration.  “Corvette” could see the grin on “Mongooses” face as they passed each other at top speed.  Corvette began a turn, and could since the Mongoose reaching for his gun as he turned in behind him.  Corvette saw one of the missiles fly past in front of him; a narrow miss- though he could hear it whistle  as it flew past.

Two missiles whistle past their target during an intense battle.flew past.  Corvette then began a counter-clock wise death spin, hoping Mongoose would foolishly expend a couple more missiles early in the fight, as he usually did; so he could swoop in for the kill.  As he began a second rotation he watched a missile come in and hit him low to the left-side.  Mongoose peeled off the pursuit, as the rules dictated while Corvette flew to the end of the course; gaining speed for his run.

After a tight turn, Corvette kicked in the speed, quickly gaining a lock , and firing his first of six Nerf missiles, as Mongoose sought to evade.  Peeling off a wide turn in the Lower Huron Metro Park parking lot; Corvette observed Mongoose, picking up spent rounds and loading them in a laugh filled panic as Corvette bore down on him.  Corvette took his time locking on, which cost him; because Mongoose pulled a blind hip-shot that nailed corvette in the shoulder.  Corvette knew he was in trouble, having ridden past Mongoose who was off his bike with his feet on the ground; which, according to Geneva Conventions allowed Mongoose to engage and lock on as soon as he was back on his bike.  This is exactly what Mongoose did; jumping on Corvettes six and firing a missile into his back as they laughed with one another, while braking in the middle of the empty lot to gather their missiles for their Nerf guns.  For the next time.

Corvette looked at his Son, “Mongoose”, and said; “You sure got me that time, Son.  That was fun!”

The winner!

“Yeah, Dad.  That was fun!  I guess that will teach you to mess with me.”

“You can say that again, Son.”  Corvette Said.

“Yeah, Dad.  That was fun!  I guess that will teach you to mess with me.”

I couldn’t help but smile.

Evading an incoming missile, “Mongoose” lives to fight another battle


About urbangrizzly

I am presently working on a project titled "The Urban Grizzly Bait Shop." I have long considered opening my own bait shop, and I have found the perfect location for this one... my imagination.
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