I have finally completed "Vic and Greg," and free pdfs are available by email. Just send me a note.

   if you've been following along online, or if you want to read it, the pdf gives it all to you in one place.. It was too long for one volume, so I split it into two books. It differs slightly from the online version. I've corrected miscellaneous typos and format problems, and have done a little rewriting of a couple of chapters. I've added illustrations, and also an 80-page "epilogue," telling what happened in the 50 years since 1966.

   I will eventually have print copies available, but probably not for a while.

   For those who want to continue reading chapter by chapter online, the first 32 chapters are linked at:  http://www.writing-it-down.com/vic-and-greg/index.html

   The new epilogue is at:




Greg Cleveland has just completed college, and his first assignment is at a national wildlife refuge in Idaho. He’s not at all sure that he wants to make a career out of working on wildlife refuges, but this job gets off to a good start when he meets Victoria – Vic – Anderson, oldest daughter of the refuge manager.

   Vic is just graduating from high school, but – despite the difference in their educational level – she is only two years younger than Greg. As she explains it, since girls mature faster than boys, she and Greg are actually just about the same age. Greg agrees to a point, but reckons since she is obviously smarter than the average high schooler, and he is at best average for his circumstances, she may actually be older than him – in fact, she may be too old for him!

   This turns out not to matter, and they have a mostly happy five months getting to know one another. 

   We pick up here with Chapter 33, as they figure out how to manage being apart much more than they want to be.


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