“Farkleberry engines don’t blow up…”

Search & Rescue BannerPreviously:On the opposite side of the island AJ and Boomer made their way toward the crash site totally unaware they had passed by a sensor—a sensor which sent a signal to the laboratory.

We appear to have company, Doctor Boomer. Let’s check the cctv monitors.”

They did just that.

AJ and Boomer appear to have a small problem…

Season 9—Chapter 1—Search & Rescue—Episode 9—AJ, Boomer & Daisy on the beach…
“The DeHavilland is naught but a faint oil slick.”

They don’t float all that well, apparently, AJ.”

AJ, Boomer & Daisy on the beach

“They don’t float all that well, apparently, AJ.”

I wonder who won my match.”

The other guy—if he showed up.”

It was a she.”


Sigh,” he replied, “That’s not the bummer part. I was scheduled to win, besides, she’s over six feet tall and built like a lumberjack.”


Why’d we crash?”

It might have had something to do with the engine blowing up.”

Farkleberry engines don’t blow up,” Andrew had complete confidence in Medlar Farkleberry, as did his father.

I think whoever was spoofing-us figured out how to wreck an engine.”

Ya think?”

What I think is—we were at least ten miles beyond Rock Island when the engine exploded,” Boomer explained, “That suggests that every motorized boat or airplane lost their engines in a ten mile radius around the island.”

It was only an eight mile radius,” A voice came from nearby.

Two men—both kinda familar-looking—and each holding a revolver walked up, “You will accompany us, right?”

To be Continued…


About Jack Boardman

Just a little bit of a Curmudgeon.
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7 Responses to “Farkleberry engines don’t blow up…”

  1. Sarah Cooper says:

    Eeeek! They startled me!


  2. Chris Shouse says:

    Oh My….I was not expecting that one!


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