“Dairyland Environmental”

Disruption BannerPreviously: “Probably in the next chapter,” Boomer replied, “I believe Cujo meant it when she said we were needed there.”

That should make Chris happy,” Big Mac rumbled.

I see you’re grinning, Mac,” Boomer replied.

Meanwhile—inside the abandoned Superior warehouse…

Perfect!” Dr. Yatters exclaimed.

Season 9—Chapter 3—Disruption—Episode 11—Doctors Yatters and Boomer…were at the abandoned warehouse they found, “Perfect!”

Doctors Yatters and Boomer at the Superior warehouse

“Perfect!”

Indeed,” Doctor Yatters agreed, “There is more than adequate space for the super-enhanced disruptor, and if we’re careful, we can almost operate in the open.”

Almost. But still, we need to build an internal dock for our boats.”

You think those Danger Bay dimwits will look here?”

There are two airports close by, Bong here in Superior, and Sky Harbor almost directly across from us on Park Point.”

Good point, Yatters. They won’t look for us, but a good chance they’ll fly into one or the other airport.”

For now, we can take both out of the water and park them inside.”

The two set about getting their speedboats under cover, establishing new identities (as wealthy businessmen), and finding just the right accoutrements to impress local movers and shakers. Oh—and get those pesky revolvers removed from their hands—THAT could affect their ability to get financial backing for their new company: “Dairyland Environmental.”

They had to have henchmen—henchmen desperate enough for work to be willing to whatever they were told without asking questions.

None of this took all that much time—if nothing else, the two were organized

There was one final thing remaining to be done.

Ignite the explosives planted throughout the cave where our heroes were having their reunion…

To be Continued…

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About Jack Boardman

Just a little bit of a Curmudgeon.
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8 Responses to “Dairyland Environmental”

  1. Goooood mornin folks 🙂

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  2. Sarah Cooper says:

    Ignite the explosives??????!! … Eeeek!

    But in lighter news, that is a truly awesome warehouse illustration.

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    • Jack Boardman says:

      That’s ’cause it’s a photo of an abandoned warehouse (public domain photo). I search the webz for such photos to put our characters into. 🙂

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  3. Chris Shouse says:

    I am thinking we won’t be blow up and will find ourselves in the Nevada desert but we need to get the planes back to the airport before the explosion…oh poo!!! 🙂 That was an awesome warehouse house for sure!

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