Restaurant for sale

Previously:

As the conversation drifted away from business, Susan realized one little thing she hadn’t thought of, “I will need a car—my truck is part of Seven Tables’ business.”

Medlar Farkleberry’s (large) ears picked-up on that instantly, “Wal, I reckon I kin help you out there—I have something I just finished restoring that I figger you might like. It even pretnear matches th’ colors of yer truck.”

Susan, Chris and Lar walked next door to Farkleberry’s Star Service, and moments later he brought around a small, restored Ford pick-up.

And it did match—almost perfectly!

Season 8—Chapter 2—The Harbor—Episode 2:

At Farkleberry’s Star Service…It was a completely restored 1937 Ford pick-up truck, save for replacing the engine and transmission with up-to-date ones, and the colors? You’d think Lar Farkleberry had Susan in mind when he selected the colors…maybe?

Susan purchased a pickup truck

“Perfect.”

The old Ford was Lar’s first “Hybrid Gas-Electric” conversion, with a four-cylinder engine charging the huge batteries hidden under the box. He also equipped it with full-time all-wheel-drive. Susan took it out for a short test-drive and after pronounced it “Perfect.”

Farkleberry sold it to her at a loss—figuring rightly that the buzz caused by Susan enjoying the benefits of hybrid-technology would result in some demand for it. She agreed not to discuss what she actually paid.

On the road back to Williams’ Station…Susan chose to take the long-way back—through the South-end of Danger Bay, with Chris following on her way back to PawZ—shortly after she entered the harbor area; Susan stopped suddenly. There it was, her new restaurant.

Susan stopped suddenly

There it was, her new restaurant.

She turned in to the parking lot and Chris followed; her curiosity piqued—she had never noticed this place—and it was a wreck.

Look at this, Chris. It’s perfect!”

Boarded-up restaurant

“Look at this, Chris. It’s perfect!”

Windows broken and haphazardly boarded over, parking lot overgrown with weeds, Chris was less-than impressed, “Are you sure?”

Of the building? No. Of the location? Absolutely!” Susan wouldn’t know for sure until she could get inside, “There’s a phone number on the door, I’m going to call the Realtor®. Hmmmm…I wonder if she’s related to Boomer?”

Why?”

Same last name.”

To be Continued…

To all you WONDERFUL FOLKS who click the “LIKE” icon below—Please consider commenting—we DON’T Bite!

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About Jack Boardman

Just a little bit of a Curmudgeon.
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14 Responses to Restaurant for sale

  1. Ahhhh, loving some nepotism and big batteries!!

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  2. I love it and especially the location !!!!!!!!!!!!!! wow..can yu like… make his come true Jack ? 🙂

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  3. Wow!! the Art is fabulous Jack..Nice Im excited !!!!!

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  4. Sarah Cooper says:

    Loving the depth of your illustrations, Jack! And will T be making an appearance?

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  5. Chris Shouse says:

    Am loving all the art..fantastic!!! The quality is beyond words! and OH I am liking the story lines too. Kinda feels restful but we will be ready for an adventure at a moments notice. 🙂

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  6. fluttermatters26 says:

    Methinks thinks Fluttermatters that the acuity provided vis a vis the Elton John pink diamond encrusted with blue tooth and now thanks to the Master, WIFI capable spectacles has noticed a distinct lacking in the goings on around the bay. The Bay has planes, and automobiles of every description but to this keen eye one thing is missing – trains. Having discussed this with the Master at length it seems that it is time for the curmudgeon to get his CHOO CHOO on. :”)

    Fair it is to say methinks thinks Fluttermatters, that with this casual observance of things array it would be wise to get the clickety clack out of here.

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  7. Daisy Boardman says:

    Everybody is having so much fun while I’m stuck on vacation! AR-ROOOOOO!!!

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