UQOTD – Unicorn Quote of the Day

(I think this post escaped the Push Publish Button last week. So sorry!)

Here is another Unicorn Quote of the Day for you:

“Then what is magic for? What use is wizardry if it cannot save a Unicorn?”

– Peter S. Beagle; The Last Unicorn


img_1245 A “nice”, wintery unicorn tale.

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Where do Unicorns go in Winter?

With 4 feet of snow around our house right now, and night temps in the negative numbers, I’ve been thinking about this question lately: Where do unicorns go in winter? I think I have a hint. If you can look beyond all the ads, here’s…something:


Dragons or Vultures?

A turkey vulture over Turkeyville

Not about unicorns this week, but I do have a dragon in my books.

I also realize that this photo is of a turkey vulture at our RV park in Turkeyville, MI. But it somehow reminded me of a dragon…or at least how dragons could have evolved. What does your imagination tell you?

Keep searching for unicorns…or dragons.

S. L. Carlson publisher’s author page:


Looking for unicorns in an RV park

My situation has changed. Last week we moved out of our house and temporarily into an RV until we move once more into another house at the end of October.

It is certainly much harder to seek unicorns in an RV park, but nothing is impossible. Even in this open meadow campground, unicorns may still be lingering about. Along the edges, perhaps.

One must be patient. One must be diligent.

For instance, in the quiet hours of dawn, even here, near water — be patient, be diligent, keep seeking. They are around.