Previously: “When I installed th’ LF radios, I also installed systems monitors ta’ send a bunch o’readins t’ me. The engine ain’t toast—jest an oil line. We kin fix’r in place.”
“How do you know they won’t engage their device again?”
“‘Cause I think she’s broke. Else th’ damage would have been worse. ‘Sides, I think they’ll lay low fer a time, anniways.”
As they prepared to fly out—equipped with oil, a new oil line, and most importantly—a Farkleberry; our thoughts turn to AJ, Boomer, Daisy, Pal and Wrassler.
Too bad we have no further information.
Season 9—Chapter 3—Disruption—Episode 6—The doctors slipped away…out their secret gate and engaged yet another device to cloak their presence from the aircraft they expected to arrive at any moment. They set a course for the Duluth-Superior Harbor—planning on entering through the Superior Wisconsin end of the harbor.
“There are many places to hide there, and in economically-depressed Superior—many inexpensive buildings for us to set-up shop.”
“How long, Dr. Boomer?”
“Several hours, but we can’t remain cloaked easily until we’re far enough away from any searches by those dimwits from Danger Bay.”
“Are you sure you’re not underestimating them—once again?”
“Oh—I don’t think so.”
“I’m just saying, you DID underestimate them—how else can you explain the disappearance of our prisoners?”
“I really can’t,” Dr. Boomer replied, “Except, perhaps, they had outside help. Magic, perhaps?”
“Oh shut up and let me think!”
As they were having this…um…stimulating conversation, two float planes prepared to land—with the necessary supplies to repair the DeHavilland and get Susan and Chris back in the game…
To be Continued…