They went to scatter their grandfather’s ashes on a Tuesday morning.
‘No tourists Tuesdays,’ Amy said, and she was right. The beach was deserted except for birds. It wasn’t raining exactly, but that didn’t really matter. The wind carried seaspray.
Dannye Chase is a queer, married mom of three who lives in the US Pacific Northwest. Her short fiction appears in the anthologies Dark Cheer: Cryptids Emerging from Improbable Press, Queer Weird West Tales from LIBRAtiger Press, and Clamour and Mischief from Clan Destine Press.