We waur misleid, lads


Meanwhile, on the road to Saskatoon—we find Susie and company… “How long to town?”

We must be getting close, Sarah,” Josie replied, “I think we’re rested enough now to gallop the rest of the way.”

Do it!”

On my mark” Josie gave the order, “CHARGE!

On the trail to Saskatoon

“On my mark” Josie gave the order, “CHARGE!”

And with that whinnied word, Josie called for fastest gallop possible for a horse and the five sentient horses began the the longest, fastest cavalry charge ever made—a charge that simply wasn’t enough to change the events already in motion…

Season 8—Chapter 9—Outlook—Episode 10:

Continuing our story—at the Victoria Station RR Yard… Boomer got off six quick shots—dropping six raiders and was reloading for another volley when…

The raiders surrounded the cabin

Boomer got off six quick shots

Meanwhile, in The Great Beyond—Cujo was just finishing with Ringo’s orientation… “You were a canine in the Real World with a bit of wolf somewhere in your ancestry…” She didn’t finish that sentence when she was interrupted by…

Oh! Hello Cujo, Ringo,” Boomer said, “Wait! Why am I here?”

Boomer at the Great Beyond

“Oh! Hello Cujo, Ringo,” Boomer said, “Wait! Why am I here?”

This was not supposed to happen!” Cujo exclaimed as she disappeared.


How’s Real World Daisy?”

Uh—what? Oh Ringo, she missed you terribly at first, but you know, uh, being a real world dogs, you guys live in the present and, well, she doesn’t think about you any more.”

That’s true, but my presence in cyberspace is unaffected, my loyal little Akecheta-Apenimon CanineKnight of the Realm and I remain the best of friends. What happened to bring you here?”

I think I zigged when I should have zagged and got myself shot.”

Meanwhile, we find Susie & Co. ending their charge—aboard the Adventure Train… With the horses in the stable car and the humans & canines in the Parlor Car—and the train? Rocketing across the plains towards Victoria Station.

The Adventure Train was a blur of speed

Rocketing across the plains towards Victoria Station.

Jay Cooper summed-up (with some understatement) what everybody was thinking…

Everything’s a blur—This train is moving!”

About the same time—in the mountains north of Victoria Station… Murphy & the Larrys were met by a large company of the North-West Mounted Police moving south along the road. They were led by Inspector MacIntyre, “We waur misleid, lads! Th’ threat isnae tae th’ north, it’s against Victoria Station! We main ride lads, loch th’ win’!”

They moved-out…at the gallop!

North West Mounted Police marching south

They moved-out…at the gallop!

To be Continued…


About Jack Boardman

Just a little bit of a Curmudgeon.
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15 Responses to We waur misleid, lads

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  2. sgtmajcarl says:

    “I think I zigged when I should have zagged and got myself shot.”

    Where ARE you going with this?


  3. Sarah Cooper says:

    Six for six, not bad! 😉


  4. Chris Shouse says:

    Oh my…hope we are not too late for my skills! This is terrible news!


  5. fluttermatters says:

    “Wait! Why am I here?”

    Methinks thinks Fluttermatters these be words asked by so many?


  6. lhalvor says:

    Like the blur.


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