No. 114. Craneman. Excited by his impassioned pursuit of the Art Train vision--perhaps over-excited--he decided to construct an image, a walk-in metaphor, for his creative euphoria. He would employ the crane that had lifted his locomotive high into the air. This time it would lift him. He loved the idea. The action would exemplify euphoria, ascension, rising above oneself. Problem-solving. His wife, Althea, however, thought it was a pretty silly idea. And dangerous too.

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