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PREVIOUSLY: Walsh had to think a bit before replying—he really didn’t know anybody nearby they could count on, “There’s nobody around here that I can think of—perhaps a trip down to the Twin Cities would be in order.” “What about … Continue reading
WordPress, in their infinite wisdom, does not allow critters to belong as members on this blog. So, from this point on, Miss Daisy-Legs Beagle will be my avatar. Take THAT, WordPress!
PREVIOUSLY: “We must rest our horses,” Missy said, “We’ll proceed at the walk along this road.” “Agreed,” Sarah replied, “We’ll give the horses an hour’s rest before we head-out.” “That’s a good idea,” Eleanor Thomas replied. Ralph Halvorson was outside … Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: “WOW!” He exclaimed, “Really?” “Go pack your bags,” Ambrose replied, “You’ll be leaving within an hour.” Two hours later Kleinschmidt returned, “Jones is gone—permanently.”
Previously: “You understand, gentlemen” Allen Simpson added, “We need to know exactly what you have to offer us before we can determine if we’ll hire you.” “Mr. McCoy?” Ambrose continued, “Tell us what you bring to the table, please.” “Ten … Continue reading
Previously: Boomer flew the little L-16 back and forth several times—buzzing the limo several times. Finally—AJ had an idea on how to stop the car, “May I have the controls?” “Sure, go for it,” Boomer replied.
Previously: After they left, Simpson called his twin brother, (Twin? Who knew?) Ambrose Samuel Simpson, “I believe it’s time for you to join me here in Moosehead County.” “Finally—you need me?” “Yes,” Big A replied, “How soon can you get … Continue reading
Author’s Note: With this episode I am again including images. Previously: Each member was carrying Kentucky Rifles—an incredibly accurate firearm. This was a good thing for Captain Boomer, Lieutenant Joey, Sergeant-Major McIntyre & Sergeant AJ—all of whom knew of the … Continue reading
Previously: “We really don’t want trouble,” Wyatt Earp IV said, “I’m “I’m Wyatt Berry Stapp Earp, and I prefer avoiding gunfights.” THAT—impressed them enough for them to back-down and get friendly. They would, however, report the encounter to Simpson. Episode 3… Scene … Continue reading