Previously: Episode 1—Scene 3… Silverthorn’s Café… Hiram & Kiwi Silverthorn were both behind the counter when Joey & Boomer arrived—they were the only customers until Blanch Davis arrived a couple of minutes later. “What’s on your mind?” Kiwi asked. Advertisements
Previously: “That was the plan—but” Joey replied, “This café inspired me.” “How so?” “I want to open a café.” “Really?” Boomer replied, “What about Jerkovich Photography?” “Donna Wilson does all the real work now, and she’s really good at it. … Continue reading
It is with a heavy-heart that today I must announce the end of The Port of Danger Bay Blog as of our last episode scheduled to deploy 6 April 2018. Since July 29, 2007, we have posted and scheduled 1,957 … Continue reading
Previously: “I just saw a sheriff go into our fishermen’s cabin.” “Should we take them out, boss?” “Not yet,” She replied, “But to be safe, I’d like two of you to remain behind armed with the submachine guns, as the … Continue reading
Previously: “Sorry folks—I’m here alone and one of our guests fell and couldn’t get up.” “Was the guest hurt?” Joey seemed concerned. “No. She was drunk,” the clerk replied, “She’s going to have a grand mal headache in the morning.”
Previously: “Pull-over at that wayside rest—I want to see what we’ve earned by the guard’s demise.” After counting the cash, Radiant-Dove White Eagle pulled back onto the highway, leaving Amy behind. Dead.
The Village of Danger Bay has grown over the years far larger than originally designed—and I’m determined to bring it back its original size. The core families who founded the village are the Siverthorn, Farkleberry, and Sezavich families—and they continue … Continue reading
Previously: “Or we could head down from there to Duluth,” White Eagle replied, “That’s a target-rich area.” “That sounds like a plan,” Donna Drews agreed.
Previously: “How did they do that?” “I’m guessing they turned onto a side road before we could catch-up, Joey.” “Okay, our folks are on their way to the motel.”
Previously: Acme One Auto Sales… Joey slowed to pull into the dealership—and judged it—rightly to be one of those “Buyer BEWARE” kind of places. He was right in that assumption.