Danger Bay—Episode 41—Aftermath

“Voyage of the Motor Vessel Sparrow” series inspired by Bob Carney.

written by Boomer Jack BoardmanMV Sparrow Bridge after the Storm ©2007 New Codgers

Previously: Episode 40—Below Decks

The storm was over, and less than a mile away was “Fisherman’s Cove,” where Molly decided to anchor and check the boat for damage & the passengers for injuries.”

Episode 41:

The help teams return to the main cabin. They only found a couple of minor injuries among the passengers & crew—easily tended to by Crewman Armstrong. It’s what they didn’t find…

“Have any of you guys seen Boomer, Jay and Daisy?” Maggie asked as the storm ended.

The “B” cabins are located near the Sparrow’s stern, the area assigned to Bob and Ines:

“I checked their cabin,” Bob said with a stricken look on his face, “they weren’t there. Knowing them, I expected they may have gone to the pilothouse to help.”

“They, or rather, Boomer, is writing this story,” Sarah offered, a glimmer of hope in her eyes, “they must be OK, right?”

“Where’s my Daisy?” Lysa asked, more or less to herself, as the passengers began filtering into the main cabin.

Meanwhile, in the pilothouse, Captain Halloran, 1st Officer Guudlender and 2nd Officer McIntyre were taking stock of the Sparrow’s condition after the storm.

“Reports are coming in, Molly,” “Trigg” Guudlender announced, the boat appears to have weathered the storm very well.”

“How about the passengers,” Molly asked, “Any news yet?”

“Just coming in now, Molly” Mac rumbled, “everyone seems to be OK, just some minor scrapes & bruises—wait…”

“What is it?” Molly demanded, noting the concern in Mac’s voice.

“It seems,” Mac began, “Jay, Boomer & Daisy are not accounted for!”

“They’ve checked the whole boat?”

“That’s what they are saying.”

In fact, they hadn’t checked ALL of the boat…

Atop the Pilothouse after the Storm ©2007 New CodgersWhat a ride, Jack!” Jay exclaimed, draining his mug of organically & shade grown, fair trade, Danger Bay roast coffee, “This was a great idea!”

“Yep,” Boomer replied, “Ya just can’t appreciate nature’s fury from inside the boat—Right Daisy?”

BOW-WOO!

CONTINUED…Episode 42—Underway Again!

All content ©2007 New Codgers (Jack Boardman & Jay Merton) All Rights Reserved

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12 Responses to Danger Bay—Episode 41—Aftermath

  1. jaymerton says:

    Wouldn’t you know we would have fun in a crisis! Hi everyone, I’m in New Mexico enjoying the warmth! 😉

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  2. Lysa says:

    Well of course we wouldn’t think to check top side! DUH! I’m so glad My Daisy, her daddy and step daddy are ok!

    Hi Jay! I bet you are enjoying the warm December air over there! It’s supposed to hit 81º here today, but we do have a front on the way…

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  3. boomerjack says:

    JAY! New Mexico, ehhh? Hope you’re having fun! You’re missed!
    Lysa: Cagey, huh!

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  4. Bob Carney says:

    Jay…I was not performing CPR…

    glad you are enjoying the warmth… We have Nor’easter heading our way. They call it winter up in your old hometown.

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  5. boomerjack says:

    Jay: You have no idea how fortunate you are! 😉

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  6. jaymerton says:

    😉

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  8. Sarah Cooper says:

    You daredevils, you!!

    Glad to see you, Grandad!!! 😀

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  9. Ines says:

    OK – you guys seem mighty dry for such an adventure – I think Boomer should come up with a wet version of that graphic……I’m not buying it. Here I was with a sick stomach and you guys are nice and dry.

    Hi Jay!!! So nice to see you – do you miss the cold weather?

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  10. boomerjack says:

    Sarah: Stunt doubles.
    Ines: Stunt doubles.
    😉

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