He immediately contacted Simpson.

Simpson BannerPreviously: Simpson & Keller hired 3 more men, Tommy Reed, James Justen and Eric Johnson.

“Welcome, gentlemen, to my operation—you’re hired.”

“You’re welcome, Mr. Simpson,” Justen replied, “I think I can speak for the others—we’re looking forward to working with you.”

The others all nodded in agreement.

“First,” Simpson said, “We’ll have to find you a place to live—I believe the Blue Swallow Motel has vacancies—at least they did yesterday when I drove past.”

“Is it a decent motel?”

“Yes, Mr. Reed, it is,” Keller replied, “I have a room there—it’s quite nice—especially when one gets the monthly-rate.”

They all found rooms at the Blue Swallow motel.

Season 18—Adventure 5—SIMPSON—Episode 4—Scene 1… Keller & Douglas Outside the Blue Swallow Motel… Keller noticed the “For Sale” sign as they arrived outside the Blue Swallow Motel as the caravan slowed to enter.

He immediately contacted Simpson.

Outside the Blue Swallow Motel ©Jack Boardman

He immediately contacted Simpson.

“Al, the motel is for sale—I think we should buy it under the Stanley Company name.”

“Is the motel in good condition?”

“We haven’t gone inside—but there’s only 3 cars in the parking-lot.”

“It’s summer, and the motel should be busy,” Simpson observed, “Talk to the owner and find how much he needs.”

“Will do.”

Episode 4—Scene 2… Keller & Douglas Inside the Blue Swallow Motel Office… “I couldn’t help but see the ‘for sale’ sign as we pulled-in,” Keller greeted the woman behind the desk, in addition to renting all the available rooms, I may wish to purchase this motel.”

“Really?” Sue Smith replied, “I own the motel, part of a chain, and will consider any reasonable offer.”

“I’ll contact my partner,” he replied, “I’ll be right back.”

Keller & Douglas inside the Blue Swallow Motel Office ©Jack Boardman

“I’ll be right back.”

“Al,” Keller said into his cell, “How would Stanley Enterprises like to own a motel?”

Big A contemplated the question for a moment, “Not Stanley Enterprises, we’ll use our ‘Superior Homes’ account to purchase the motel.”

Keller returned to the motel office, “My company, ‘Superior Homes,’ will purchase the motel, for cash.”

He the quoted the amount.

“That is more than fair,” She replied, “Sold.”

First, Keller contacted Simpson and had Susan speak with him, “Wire the money to this account, Mr. Stanley, is it?”

“Yes,” Simpson replied, “Right away.”

(Well, Gentle Reader… Isn’t this a surprise?)

Our story will be Continued…

About Jack Boardman

Just a little bit of a Curmudgeon.
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2 Responses to He immediately contacted Simpson.

  1. Chris Shouse says:

    Changes and progress on a stomping grounds YIKES!

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