The comma stood there, right in between one thought and another, and he just couldn't produce a single clause to connect. And yet, he had left the sentence so open, so dangling, that he felt as if he had to finish the thought. [blue diamonds]
"Ridge Walkers were those travelers who had achieved such perfection in the art of getting from one place to the other that it was said they could transcend the boundaries of time and move from one place to another in almost the blink of an eye, even places that no one even knew existed."
"I can walk the mountain tops and cover a thousand miles in a single moment. I have been places that you wouldn't believe exist."
Fantastic.......now for a suitable illustration, any takers?