Previously: “Perhaps we’ll stay, Linda,” Ralph did want to unwind a bit from his stint in command, “I’m sure Archie must have some appealing wine for you.”
He did—and they remained.
“Oh—that wine looks delightful,” Sarah grinned, “Archie?”
“Aye, lass, coming right up.”
“This wine is delightful—more please.”
“Ralph—this is Danger Bay.”
“Yes dear—I forget that sometimes. Archie, a refill please.”
“RALPH!” Linda exclaimed.
It felt good for all to unwind from their adventure.
There were, however, events in motion that would change that “feel good” for certain—and perhaps alter life in the Port of Danger Bay, Minnesota, forever.
But for now, GENTLE READER, we’ll bask in the glow of their collective safe return from the past.
Just for now…
Season 12—Adventure 4—2015 Port of Danger Bay—Episode 2… One of the changes—insisted upon by the cyber-denizens of Danger Bay was that the cyber-homes of the IRL residents be hidden from view by cyber-residents—except, of course—those who interact with the IRL folks and who have become their close friends.
Cyber-residents such as all the Silverthorn and Farkleberry families, and in general—the residents with whom they have, over time, become close friends.
This worked to the advantage of our heroes—they all lived (now) right on the bay itself, or just across Silverthorn Avenue/Historic US 61. This had much to do with the rapid growth of Danger Bay from a population of 37 to one of 250 people.
The Cabin-on-the-Rock alone will remain atop the bluff—but now, won’t be visible to any but established friends.
Now—GENTLE READER, our IRL home tour:
The Cabin on the Rock:
Home of Mac, Collie & Merle McIntyre
Paul Harriott’s place:
Paul Harriott’s place
Just GUESS who lives here!
The Boomer & the Halvorson homes:
Boomer & the Halvorson homes
Homes of Boomer and Linda Bryant & Ralph Halvorson.
Chris & the Cooper homes:
The Cooper and Chris Shouse homes
Chris Shouse & Wyatt Earp IV and Sarah & Jay Cooper live here.
We would be remiss, NOT to show you, GENTLE READER, Downtown Danger Bay (It’s always been there—we just never showed it like this):
Downtown Danger Bay
And now—BACK TO OUR STORY!
To be CONTINUED…