The End

Cast Caitlin Evan Griffen Jim Dori Bandit

A/N: well, I would like to tell all of those that have enjoyed reading my story why I wrote it. It all started when I was searching for a place to put a story. I wanted it to be read by many people. I picked Caitlin's Way because I thought that that would happen. I decided to make it an NC-17 story because I when I first started to write my story there were only PG and PG-13 stories in this section. I thought that it would be nice for me to have the only NC-17 story in this area and well, I wanted to liven up your rates to choose from. I'm sorry to say this, but this is my last chapter to the story. Some might even call them the credits. I plan to write out some bloopers though, so if you want a laugh you can read them when they are up. Thanks for all your great reviews and feel free to write them about this chapter too.

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Bloopers.

A young handsome man got up from his seat as he heard the driver call out, "Last stop in High River Valley!" He walked to the front of the bus, stopped for a moment and took a deep breath ready to embark on his new journey. "Hurry up!" the driver yelled at him. He was the only one exiting the bus and now everyone's eyes were upon him. He turned and glared at the man taking the first step down toward the ground. He missed the step and began to fall. He tried to grab onto the railing but missed. Everyone began to laugh at him before he even hit the ground. He landed in a muddy puddle with a big splash, drenching himself. He looked back up at the driver who closed the door, pulling the bus away and splashing more water onto him.

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Caitlin was angry. She didn't know what else to do. She heard a soft tap on her window. She looked over to see her love, Evan. She smiled and moved toward the window and opened it. He climbed inside. "What's wrong?" he whispered her seeing the pain on her face. "Nothing. Let's get out of here," she answered. "And be quiet. Dori and Jim can't know that I'm leaving." Evan stepped back out through the window. It was so quiet that if a pin were to drop he would be able to hear it. His foot lost its' grip and he fell to the hard ground below. "Ouch!" he yelled. Caitlin heard him below. "Shut up! I told you to be quiet! Dori and Jim can't know that I'm leaving!" she screamed out the window to him. She began to move through the window to follow him, but the crack of her door made her stop dead in her tracks.

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