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Monthly Archives: July 2018
PREVIOUSLY: “Wheee!” Debra exclaimed, “I forgot how fast this train is capable of going!” “And smooth,” Joey added. “Maybe we can get to Deadwood before we left Danger Bay,” Chris wisecracked.
PREVIOUSLY: “Okay Rufus let’s plan our stop in Duluth.” “We can’t just go to Duluth?”
PREVIOUSLY: Captain Boomer, after the enemy skirmishers had been defeated—gave the order, “Advance the artillery and open fire on the fort!” “You heard him, boys,” Sergeant McCoy ordered, “Get it done!”
PREVIOUSLY: “It appears we’re in the clear.” “Don’t be too certain,” Bell replied, “They’ve managed to find us every time we thought we’d evaded them—and I haven’t a clue how.” “Where are we headed, boss?”
PREVIOUSLY: “Lt. Adams has joined Bell?” Wyatt began, “This complicates matters for us.” “Perhaps not,” Mac replied, “They’re all in one place—convenient, eh?”
PREVIOUSLY: Colonel Bell greeted another gaggle of never-do-wells as they rode-up to the fort, “I guess you’ll have to do.” “What’s that supposed to mean?” the riders’ straw-boss asked, sounding as tough as he thought he was.
PREVIOUSLY: “We will join you,” Old Samuel Silverthorn said, “My son James and I offer our services to help defend our home.” “We would be honored to have such warriors among our number,” Captain Boomer was almost moved to tears, … Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: Episode 6—Scene 2… On the Road to Danger… “Speaking of the devil—FLUTTERS!” “Oh GREAT!” Boomer exclaimed, “This—should be interesting.”
PREVIOUSLY: Inside Fort Wabanquot… Colonel Bell met with Lieutenant Adams in the fort commander’s office, “This is an impressive fort—thick granite walls impervious to any known artillery round and a nearly impenetrable forest behind it.” “It is all that—but, it … Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: Col. Bell was alone in his hideout when he heard a knock on the door, surprising him—just a little, “May I help you?” “No sir,” the man replied, “But I CAN help you.”’