The ship wakes Charlie up after only ten years of a hundred year trip More
The ship wakes Charlie up after only ten years of a hundred year trip. His cooling unit is broken and unfixable. The ship's computer decides that Charlie is using food and energy at an alarming rate. It declares Charlie excess baggage.
An Eastern Shore native. A charter member of "The First Saturday Writers." An army vet and retired school teacher. He lives on his farm with his wife Jeanne, Clyde, the Taylorville Hound, three chickens and a marauding fox.