Luncheon at the Arimecibo Cafe

      For those who do not know, Arimecibo is a real island about 700 nautical miles south by southeast of Honolulu, Hawaii (12 43' 51" N x 135 27' 12" W). I 'discovered' it while working up the plot lines for Starship, my as-yet-unfinished novel. It is not much of an island, but more of a volcanic outcropping. It is completely submerged at high tide.

      I had taken the twins there before. Trixie fell head-over-heels for a scuba instructor and decided to stay on the island. Dixie, Esperanza, and I returned to the land of E Pluribus Unum to carry on as best we could.

      This time I took Feodora for a visit. She enjoyed the beaches, the shopping, and the dining. I did mention that she should be careful about the local cusine, but she always was the adventuresome sort.

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noquiexis: "What did you order?"
Feodora: "Stuffed duck!"

Feodora: "We should get white wine to go with our lunch."

noquiexis: "You are not seriously going to eat that duck are you?"

Feodora: "No, he is way too cute! I am going to keep him for a pet!"

noquiexis: "So, what are you going to call him? Or is it a her?"

Feodora: "I think I will name him 'Mallard Duck'. After all, he is a mallard."

noquiexis: "You should give him a nickname. 'Mallard Duck' sounds too formal. How about 'Fup'?"

Feodora: "Noq, If anyone here is 'Fup Duck', it is you!"

      I know better than to argue against feminine logic. She did decide to go with the nickname that I suggested, just to remind me of how many times I 'Fup Duck' during our photo shoots!


Feodora's other photo shoots can be accessed from this index.

      Feodora Verochka Tychovich is a life-sized platinum-cured silicone rubber doll. She was produced by Oleg Bratkov (a gifted sculptor) and his beautiful wife Irina (excellent makeup artist), at Anatomical Doll in Vladivostok, Russia. Feodora has Face 3 and Body 3 of their product line. She has a fully articulated skeleton and can pose in most natural ways that a human can pose. There are 'stops' on the skeleton that prevent her from posing in unnatural ways. This also helps to prevent damage to the silicone.

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