Monthly Archives: September 2015

Lacy DEAD?

Previously: Gone was the companion pledge they had made to each other. The pledge that they would always step aside if Lacy chose one or the other.  For over a year Lacy had not picked and had continued to have … Continue reading

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From Republican to Democrat—my story

I’m Carl McIntyre, born in rural Shelby County, Alabama, near the town of Sterrett. Until the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965, I was a Republican. In the South, the Republicans were the (relative) … Continue reading

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High Noon

Previously: Introductions were made, and all were impressed by this 75-year-old ex-Mountie—extremely fit and energetic for a man half his age. They could also see the strong affection Christine showed for this gentleman—all approved. For her part, Lacy was very … Continue reading

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Town constable

Previously:  Two days later Paul & Archie arrived at O’Rourke’s Drift… and were asking the station master about the town, “We’re looking for lodging, my good fellow—and we understand there’s an honest gambling establishment here—can you help us?” “You can … Continue reading

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Let me introduce you

By Hiram Silverthorn Let me introduce you to the characters inhabiting the Cyber Café, which Silverthorn Enterprises purchased just months ago—but first—I should introduce the people who own Silverthorn Enterprises: Kiwi, my wife, to my right, and Camille and Medlar … Continue reading

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Know when to walk away

Previously:  It was Lacy who came-up with the idea—after a lot of number-crunching, “Let’s have one big winner a day. That won’t hurt us financially, but it will help business by drawing more gamblers—all of whom expect to be the … Continue reading

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Editorals

First, I must thank Boomer for allowing me to editorialize here on The Port of Danger Bay, Minnesota blog—not since the days when this blog was entitled “Our Saint Paul” have we ventured into politics. I will do this as … Continue reading

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Paul & Archie?

Previously: MEANWHILE—Our heroes on their way to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan… “Those are two fun names to say—‘Saskatoon, Saskatchewan,’ aren’t they?” “They really are, Sarah,” Chris giggled as she repeated, “Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.” “Are ye sure this speed is safe, McIntyre?” “Aye, MacIntyre,” … Continue reading

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O’Rouke’s Drift

Previously: Meanwhile, Lacy and Christine Dalton stepped off the train… at O’Rouke’s Drift in Saskatchewan, their combined gang-members had left the train some one-hundred miles back and set up camp near Little Fork, Saskatchewan, “I can’t believe you’re going straight.” … Continue reading

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A meeting at the Tardis Pub-Tent

Previously: It was clear the Inspector was about to suffer a brain hemorrhage so Sarah smiled—ever-so-sweetly, “Come with me, gentlemen.” When they reached the rear door of the stable car, Sarah slid the door open—and watched a pair of jaws … Continue reading

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