PREVIOUSLY: Hello, GENTLE READER—This is Cujo, the Great Northern Beagamute, and I’m interrupting the story of the Me 262 Squadron to send OUR HEROES back to the NINETEENTH CENTURY—because there is trouble a-coming to Danger Bay!
So—kick-back and ENJOY the ride!
Season 17—Adventure 4—The RETURN—Episode 1—Scene 1… 19th Century Danger Bay… The Seven found themselves—regardless of where they were—or what they were doing—quite suddenly riding into 19th Century Danger Bay—to the theme from “The “The Magnificent Seven.” Continue reading
Previously: “Excuse me, Boss,” the woman also manning to “Ops-Cen” asked, “Could I be relieved for a few minutes—there are no restrooms here.”
“That’s because you two are permanently part of this image—and you really never need to go to the bathroom.”
“What? What about you—you’re here?” Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: “Then here’s to the sailor,
And here’s to the soldier, too, Hearts will beat for him Upon the waters blue. Sailing, sailing, Over the bounding main…” Mac broke into song. He really COULD sing—who knew?
Joey joined-in—fortunately Boomer was nearly a hundred miles away—and couldn’t chime-in, off-key. Continue reading
Previously: NO!” Wiggins replied, “We may not get another opportunity before they realize we’re in the area.”
“You’re the boss.”
“When we see them, we’ll drop down close to the water,” Wiggins said, “That will give them less time to prepare for an attack.” Continue reading
Previously: Wiggins decided to visit the Airfield Café, just in case someone there would mention the pilots’ current whereabouts.
All he did was listen. He didn’t want to draw attention to himself by asking what could be interpreted as nosey. Continue reading
Previously: Boomer, Teresa, Linda, & Ralph headed South on the expressway towards Duluth—and their collective favorite place to visit.
Joey & Mac headed out on Lake Superior to do a bit of fishing—making the seagulls very happy to follow along.
Debra had enough of adventures and Collie McIntyre suggested they get to know one-another a little better. Continue reading
Previously: Rick Nelson’s “Garden Party” plays in the background for this scene, GENTLE READER…
“Went to a garden party to reminisce with my old friends
A chance to share old memories and play our songs again
When I got to the garden party, they all knew my name
No one recognized me, I didn’t look the same…” Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: “Turn around, gang—we’re heading home!” Mac gave the order, “Chris and Wyatt have captured an airplane and are on their way home!”
“YAY!” Joey exclaimed, “Hey Boomer, will you give me a ride to Farkleberry’s?”
“I reckon—but I’m not sure why.”
“My Dodge three-quarter ton should be ready.” Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: “It appears as though the plane has been abandoned, Wyatt.”
“Land this beast, Chris, let’s see if the pilot is nearby.”
“Should I call-off our friends?” Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: With Chris piloting they set course for Danger Bay Airfield—and home.
They were cruising in a clear blue sky when they were attacked by four P80 Shooting Star airplanes.
“WOAH!” Wyatt exclaimed as Chris took evasive maneuvers, “What the HELL?” Continue reading