Big A running a legitimate business?

Previously:

Boomer’s arrival in Williams’ Station wasn’t unnoticed as Devil’s Track Township Marshal Andrew Boardman recognized…

Daisy!

Meanwhile—back in Danger Bay at Silverthorn’s Café…Medlar Farkleberry rushed, breathlessly through the front door shouting “He’s ALIVE!”

Doc Shouse who had been having a conversation with Hiram Silverthorn about jumped out of her shoes—she knew, she just knew who Farkleberry was talking about. It just HAD to be!

Season 7—Chapter 10—Unclaimed—Episode 8:

Boomer—right?” Chris asked—hoping it was he.

Cujo arrived at Silverthorn's Café ©2012 Jack Boardman

“Boomer—right?” Chris asked—hoping it was he.

I think so, there was a dog in the cab of a large truck pulling a combo-horse trailer an’ I’m fer-sure it was Daisy!”

C’mon! My car’s right outside—we gotta catch them!”

The were all startled by…

You’ll be disappointed—he doesn’t know you any longer—he doesn’t even know me.”

CUJO!” Chris was both delighted and dismayed. Delighted to see Cujo and dismayed by her words, “But why?”

Shortly after Cujo’s appearance…

…At Danger Bay Airfield…

Larry Yatkowsky, Larry FlutterMatters, and the Coopers were organizing and planning their business strategy for MacAir Air Charter Service when they got the news from Silverthorn’s Café.

…At Blackmon’s Horse Ranch…

Susie Blackmon, James Butler Hickok III and Wyatt Earp IV, who had hired on as the new Danger Bay Town Marshal, were discussing Earp’s duties and responsibilities—and of course the inherent politics of the job when they got the news from Silverthorn’s Café.

While all this was happening—in Moosehead City there was a situation…Allen Stanley Simpson was preparing to leave Moosehead City for a meeting with Doctor Shouse. He wanted to offer her his veterinary clinic as a branch of PawZ. Originally when she learned of this clinic’s opening, Chris thought it was to compete with her clinic, but learned upon her return he had not been interfering with PawZ in the least. His vet, a Doctor Johnson, had consulted several times with Dr. Red Cloud and the two had solved a couple of vexing medical problems. Big A realized he was not that good at administration and the business was in a little trouble.

That Big A was running a legitimate business was due largely to his studying the history of his great grandfather, Adelbert Samuel Simpson, Jr., the…um…White Sheep of the family. He decided try and emulate this man—and with a lot of luck—remake himself in his Great-Grandfather’s image.

Casino bosses visit Big A ©2012 Jack Boardman

Just as he was about to leave, a long stretch limousine pulled up and two nasty-looking men stepped out…

Just as he was about to leave, a long stretch limousine pulled up and two nasty-looking men stepped out…

To be Continued…

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11 Responses to Big A running a legitimate business?

  1. Chris Shouse says:

    Well I guess anyone can change, and if he really is trying to make himself over then we will see..I am very skeptical right now but am glad he is not hurting the animals or selling them off to do weird experiments on….that has been my worse fear! 🙂

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    • Jack Boardman says:

      The animals are fine, and Big A will surprise you. In fact YOU will surprise you. You *may* even see something you suggested become part of the coming trip into the “Twilight Zone.” 😀

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  2. John James says:

    Hmmmm…”Big A” a good guy now? Interesting.

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  3. Meanwhile…. back at the ranch… 😉 😉 😉

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  4. Sarah Cooper says:

    Maybe Boomer just needs more coffee. [___]D

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  5. Daisy Boardman says:

    I don’t freakin’ CARE about Big A! I want my Alpha-Jack back! AR-ROOO!!!

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  6. or mayB the fair trade shade grown has a lil something else in it LOL

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