What could possibly go wrong?


May I keep my helmet & goggles when we return?” Flutters squaked.


Oh fubbety-feathers!

We are limiting your time away from the present to two days—more for your recreation as the most important part of your time-travel is done—filling in the gaps in Danger Bay history. Cujo has perfected her time-warp capability to allow for longer visits to the past with shorter real time absenses. Now go out and enjoy yourselves.”

Season VI, Chapter 5 Coldwater Ranch, Episode 2:

Cooper found her store well-managed in her absence ©2012 Jack Boardman

Cooper found her store well-managed in her absence…

Cooper found her store well-managed in her absence, the books were in order, sales had been better than expected—her recently-hired clerk had done a great job. She immediately offered him a raise, retroactive two weeks and promoted him to manager.

Boomer, Larry & Big Mac enjoyed some high flight time ©2012 Jack Boardman

…they were “beating up the sky”…

Boomer, Larry & Big Mac enjoyed some high flight time, in the flying community they were “beating up the sky” as they coaxed the P51B Mustang, P38N Lightning, and F6F Hellcat to over 30,000 feet above Moosehead County. Poor Flutters thought he could keep-up, as the “Master” told him so, but, alas, that simply did not happen.

Professor Hare went to his boat, the SS Duluth ©2012 Jack Boardman

Professor Hare went to his boat, the SS Duluth…

Professor Hare went to his boat, the 1920s era steam yacht, SS Duluth, and slowly steamed out on the lake. After everything that he’d been through he desired a little solitude, his books, and no one shooting at him. Two weeks aboard the Duluth with full internet access, his books, and the opportunity to research….what? I really didn’t matter to Erik.

Chris, Susan and the dog-people at PawZ ©2012 Jack Boardman

Chris, Susan and the dog-people went to PawZ…

Chris, Susan and the dog-people went to PawZ, where amazing enough they found most of the “Danger Bay Canine Contingent” waiting there to greet their return—even the former enemy canines, Brutus and his friends—who had been convinced by Thunder & Lightning to leave the renegade wolves!

Doctor James Red Cloud had not only kept PawZ operating smoothly, but was the one who suggested to Thunder & Lightning to reach out to Brutus. Chris told him to take the next two weeks as vacation. Red Cloud wasted no time accepting—he had an appointment with some fish that sorely needed catching!

All-in all our time travelers were having a great time—what could possibly go wrong?

To be Continued…


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12 Responses to What could possibly go wrong?

  1. Chris Shouse says:

    I imagine something will go wrong for your…we are like trouble magnets…you know a little like Jessica Fletcher. My son used to say who the hell would want to do dinner with her, every time she is around someone dies 🙂


    • Jack Boardman says:

      And if we weren’t…”trouble magnets”…there would be no story, methinks. “Murder She Wrote” was a great show. 😉


  2. Oh, I have no idea what could go wrong this time, but I DO know what could go right!! Mile High Club?


  3. Sarah Cooper says:

    Oh, it was all so peaceful until that last line!


  4. yatters says:

    Is Ms. Susie’s comment predicated on her keen eye noticing that the Hellcat is a mile high with an open cockpit? The implications of that “could possibly go wrong”! 🙂


    • Jack Boardman says:

      5.681 miles high…Carl & I tried, but the damn-fool Canuck refused to close the canopy; said something about Canadians loving fresh mountain air…just before he passed out. 😐


  5. yatters says:

    even a damn-fool Canuck knows that a Hellcat would never make it to 60,000 plus feet and just be clear that pretty-boy flyer hasn’t passed out, he is merely looking at the babe pictures pasted to the inside of his eyelids. 🙂


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