Harriman Nelson's Journal

The Creamsickle
The Invitation
Bike Week
The Java Connection
Lee's Tattoo
My Friend Lee-page 33
My Friend Lee-page 34
My Friend Lee-page 35
My Friend Lee-Page 36
My Friend Lee-page 37
My Friend Lee-page 38
My Friend Lee-page 39
My Friend Lee-page 40
My Friend Lee-page 41
My Friend Lee page 42
My Friend Lee-page 43
My Friend Lee -page 44
My Friend Lee-page 25
My Friend Lee-Page 26
My Friend Lee-Page 27
My Friend Lee-Page 28
My Friend Lee -page 29
My Friend Lee -page 30
My Friend Lee-page 31
My Friend Lee-page 32
My Friend Lee-page 24
My Friend Lee-page 23
My Friend Lee- page22
My Friend Lee-page 21
My Friend Lee-page 20
My Friend Lee- Page 19
My Friend Lee-page 18
My Friend Lee page 17
My Friend Lee-page 16
A Short Story
A 'Harry Halloween'
My Friend Lee-page 15
My Friend Lee-page 14
My Friend Lee-page 13
My Friend Lee-page 12
My Friend Lee-page 11
My Friend Lee-page 10
My Friend Lee-page 9
My Friend Lee-Page 8
My Friend Lee-page 7
My Friend Lee-page 6
My Friend Lee-Page 5
Life With Lee-page 4
Life with Lee- page 2
Life with Lee-page 3
Reflections-the 'In Between Years'
My photo-scrapbook album
About Me

This is my jornal and I was blackmailed to set it up. I have better things to do with my free time than this, for heaven's sake!
Doc seems to think I need to document my life apparently from conception to my latest patent!
Most of all, he wants me to relate my experiences aboard Seaview, and include my friendship with Lee Crane, who is such a vital part of it. So, for his sake, I'll attempt to follow Doc's 'advice'.

Life With Lee page 1

Finally. Signed, sealed and delivered. I had the printouts in my cabin. Now, all I had to do was join Dr. Wilson and Lee in the Observation Nose and wait.
Wait for Sparks to recieve the message from the Navy and have it brought forward to the Captain. All that remained was for Lee  to accept. I know it was a bit underhanded going about it this way, but knowing Crane's ethics, I doubt he'd have considered the proposition to skipper Seaview permenantly while still on active status in the Navy.  Especially since he was still technically in command of another boat, scooped off her in the middle of a patrol, for our emergency mission.
I'd known Lee as an Ensign aboard Nautilus. Now, however, he had the added maturity and command experience honed by his years in the Submarine Service, and his own personal intuition.
Awards, decorations, and Presidential citations seemed to have followed in his wake as his career had progressed. No doubt there would be another after this.
By now, the events of that near global catastrophy and our part in thwarting it are widely known, a matter of public record. Back then, however, it was all top secret. And our sucess was due largely to him. Any wonder I wanted to keep him?
And so I joined them in the Nose, just when the Chief came in with a message from the Navy Dept for Crane. Curley was in it with me, and cast me a knowing wink as he returned to his duties.
Lee was confused. The communique was short, a mere statement. Cmdr. Lee Crane was out of the Navy. That was my cue to explain he'd have to be to accept the captaincy of Seaview.
Oh, there'd be a few details to iron out,after he'd accepted,  such as his demand to be kept on the active roster of ONI field agents. That was news to me, but not entirely unexpected, he'd had knack for being sneaky, and I'd have to find out more about his extra curricular activities. But I doubted they'd have much call to use him while he'd be busy with Seaview. Little did I know his postion with Seaview would find him doing even more agency work. And I'd be fast pulling my hair out and going gray.

Me aboard Seaview

Security Cam Ob Ns

Crane's first day in the Observation Nose

Hatching my plot to get Crane