“Welcome gentlemen—you come highly recommended.”

Searching for Simpson Banner ©JBoardmanPreviously: Episode 4—Scene 2… The Posse™… “That—was Fun!” Chris Earp cracked-wise.

“At least we saw some beautiful country on our search,” Linda sighed, “That was a plus.”

“There is that,” Chris Earp agreed, “But—where is Big-A?”

Episode 4—Scene 3… Inside Simpson’s cabin in the Pine County Forest… Simpson & Keller met, “What did you find in the ‘Cities?”

“I hired a half-dozen good people,” Keller replied, “They’ll arrive in the next week, or so.”

“Only six?”

“You said you wanted good, accomplished, people,” Keller said, “These six people fit that completely.”

“How accomplished?”

“Each had taken-out at least five people—and weren’t caught, or even questioned by the cops.”

“Excellent.”

Season 18—Adventure 1—Searching for Simpson—Episode 5—Scene 1… Inside Simpson’s cabin in the Pine County Forest… Simpson & Keller welcomed the new hires: Sanders George, Will Foster, Eric Wilson, Reed Johnson, Peter Bernard, Reed George, and John & Jim Johnson, “Welcome gentlemen—you come highly recommended.”

Simpson welcomed the new hires ©JBoardman

“Welcome gentlemen—you come highly recommended.”

“The next step, gentleman,” Keller added, “Is to get you to your living-quarters.”

“And where would that be?” Sanders Jones asked.

“There’s a mobile home park that we own out on Pine County Road 47,” Keller replied, “We can head-out there anytime.”

“Trailer Park?” Reed George asked, “Camping trailers?”

“As I said, mobile homes, 14×60’, not at all camping trailers.”

“That works for me,” George replied, “That’s what I called home for many years.”

Episode 5—Scene 2… At the Lake & Pines Mobile Home Park… “You fellas park in the lot—as you can see, there are only a few mobile homes at this location, and all are vacant,” Keller said as the pulled-up, “I’ll pull over and you can meet me by the car.”

They parked their cars and joined Keller on Pine County Road 47, after looking inside the vacant mobile homes, “They look like hell on the outside—but nice inside.”

Keller and recruits at the Trailer Park ©JBoardman

“They look like hell on the outside—but nice inside.”

“Yeah, Reed,” Keller replied, that was intentional—everything mechanical is modern, and I had the interiors completely remodeled.”

“What are our orders?” Sanders Jones asked.

“Relax and stay out of trouble, for now,” he replied, “Get to know the area, visit some of the cafés and stores in Moose Lake—it’s fishing season—rent a boat and do some fishing.”

“And still get paid?”

“You’re salaried—you’ll get paid every 2 weeks, as long as you work for us.”

“That sounds good to me.”

Our story will be Continued…

About Jack Boardman

Just a little bit of a Curmudgeon.
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2 Responses to “Welcome gentlemen—you come highly recommended.”

  1. Chris Shouse says:

    These guys should be asking what happened to the other “CREWS” LOL

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