“How did they do that?”

Joey in Charge Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: “I’ll get off here after we’re done refueling and I’ve disconnected the loco.”

“Is that safe?”

“Yes—this is where I live,” he replied, “I’ll just go through the woods to my place—they’ll never see me.” Continue reading

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“YIKES!”

Joey in Charge Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: When it finally focused—what they saw was a bit of a surprise.

“What IS that?” Clausen asked.

“A small drone—and possibly big trouble,” Hale replied, “Mike—tell the engineers to bring the train to full speed!” Continue reading

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“What IS that?”

Joey in Charge Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: Joey just returned from the Operations Center. He was carrying a small drone aircraft—and a wide smile, “Look what our resident skunk-works has come up with—an armed drone.”

“We NEED such a thing?” Debra asked.

“Probably not,” Joey replied, “The operations guys have detected their train some thirty-miles ahead of us on this track. They have suggested we take an almost parallel track—the junction is about ten miles ahead—that will put some distance between the trains. The idea being that we can select where to ambush their train.” Continue reading

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“We NEED such a thing?”

Joey in Charge Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: Aboard the Jones Train on the Run… “You’ve been recruited because you each have a solid reputation—and the fact you are women,” Jonathan Jones explained, “Until now I’ve only hired men and I’ve been let down thus far.”

“And your prisoner?” Missy Anders asked, “Is deadly force authorized?” Continue reading

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“Is deadly force authorized?”

Joey in Charge Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: Chris opened the meeting of the posse, “How about you, Mac?”

“Oh no,” Mac replied, “I’ve held that job several times.”

“Boomer?” Chris asked. Continue reading

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“I write this crap!”

Joey in Charge Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: “Really?” Jones asked, “How?”

“By spreading-out across the northern part of Minnesota and into Wisconsin as far east as Chippewa Falls.”

“Why didn’t you inform me?”

“Because if you were caught, you would have no idea where we were—or what we were doing.” Continue reading

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She was not afraid

On the Lam II Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: “Oh sure,” Linda replied, “Let’s step away from the counter.”

“What can I do for you?”

“Tell me, exactly, what you and the others have been doing for us.” Continue reading

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“Should we go in shooting?”

On the Lam II Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: If there were any performances along the way—the chronicles don’t have any such record.

That’s probably for the best. Continue reading

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“Are you calling me a chicken?”

On the Lam II Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: They did as they were told—and hoped for the best.

“Thank you,” one of their assailants said, “We’re taking your truck—but, we’re leaving you our cars.”

And with that—they drove away.

Unfortunately for the guards; the bad guys disabled all three cars. Continue reading

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“We’re being chased!”

On the Lam Banner ©JBoardmanPREVIOUSLY: Still—95yo Harriet Smith contacted the police—and they responded quickly.

Fortunately, the fugitives drove south on Main Street only down to Cross Lake Road, and followed it to Pine County 130, where they turned towards MN 61.

A successful escape. Continue reading

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