All Cooper could do was sigh…

Previously:

Listen carefully, son, I don’t trust you. If anything happens here that I don’t like—I’ll be back and I won’t come alone. Got it?”

I got it.”

One more thing, keep the ‘Kidd’ last name, but make it legal. ‘Randolph Kidd’ has a nice sound to it.”

The future Randolph Kidd decided then and there, he would take care of this old man…yes he would…

Season VI, Chapter 8, Episode 43:

The following morning Boomer, Larry and Bartholomew Nathaniel set out for Williams’ Station and Larry and Bart, for Moosehead City. Angus was there to see them off.

Ah see ye ur ready tae lae,” Angus was there to see his new friends off on their journey, “Is Doctur Shoose leavin’ tay?”

Boomer, Larry & Bart leaving townDoc is remaining to work with Doctor Templeton,” Boomer replied, as he eyed—very carefully—the authentic Kentuckey Longrifle, a flintlock, no less, hanging off Bart’s saddle, “THAT is an impressive rifle, Bart.”

Nathaniel smiled, “That was my great-grandfather’s rifle, he served with General Daniel Morgan throughout the Revolution as an original member of Morgan’s Rifles.”

Dae ye hink Doc Shoose can help ‘at worthless auld Doc Templeton?” Angus said with a laugh, he and Templeton were very-old friends—always needling one-another.

Doc sent a telegraph message this morning to Doctor Tim McLean,” Larry replied, “He is a wizard at treating wounds and preventing infections. He’ll be arriving tomorrow or the next day.”

Ah, that’s guid,” Angus replied, “Templton is a guud mon an’ hates losin’ friends tae infection. Hae a safe joorney haem. Ah will be watchin’ Mr. Kidd verra closely as ye suggested, lads.”

Kidd watched Boomer & Co leaving townAnd Mr. Kidd was watching the marshals ‘verra’ closely himself…

Meanwhile, in the Village of Danger Bay…

Silverthorn had just returned from the telegraph office in the back of his trading post, “I have a telegram from Doc Shouse! She says Daisy has recovered from her wounds!”

Oh! Thank goodness!” Sarah Cooper exclaimed, expressing the feelings of all present.

Silverthorn delivered telegraph messageThere’s more. Doc, Chris would like you to go to Grand Marais to help teach their doctor your anti-infection techniques.”

Okay, Cooper,” Marshal Blackmon said through her smile, “You’re needed to escort the doc—we still have outlaws abroad.”

All Cooper could do was sigh…

To be Continued…

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About Jack Boardman

Just a little bit of a Curmudgeon.
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9 Responses to All Cooper could do was sigh…

  1. lhalvor says:

    I like starting a new day with a brogue, Range or otherwise. Tanks.

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  2. Chris Shouse says:

    How much 20th century medicinal knowledge can be imparted? I am sure in the town anything will be an improvement one of the most important things is making sure everything is clean 🙂

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  3. Daisy Boardman says:

    Dog-people don’t bark in any brogue! AR-ROOO!!!

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  4. yatters says:

    Curious it is that all the exterior door handles are on the right side. IRL methinks the majority are on the left.
    An moment of contrarian observation. 🙂

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    • Jack Boardman says:

      An moment of contrarian observation.”

      Another individual with some familiarity with the English language might have worded that: “A moment of contrarian observation.” A moment of observation by #TheCurmudgeon™. 😛

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  5. yatters says:

    yah they might have done exactly if they could see over their knees as they typed with one toe! 🙂

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