The Mountain.

One of the many lovely views from our meadow.

“The Mountain” is a serialized, fictionalized story about a place Mr. Mom and I love, as well as the challenges we have encountered (and life lessons we have learned) in our effort to stake our claim there.

Our story is more than five years in the making and I’m writing the installments as I have time (and can bear to — some parts are grueling). Please be patient with me.

In the mean time, if you’d like a central location to read from start to finish, this is it.

To read the preface, click here.

To read Part 1, click here.

To read Part 2, click here.

To read Part 3, click here.

To read Part 4, click here.

To read Part 5, click here.

To read Part 6, click here.

To read Part 7, click here.

To read a stage whisper, click here.

To read Part 8, click here.

To read Part 9, click here.

To read Part 10, click here.

To read Part 11, click here.

To read Part 12, click here.

To read Part 13 click here.

To read Part 14, click here.

To read Part 15, click here.

To read Part 16, click here.

To read Part 17, click here.

To read Part 18, click here.

To read Part 19, click here.

To read the Bombshell, click here.

To read an unexpected update, click here.

To read an OMG update, click here.

To read the latest update, click here.

To guess what’s happening on the mountain click here.

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