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PREVIOUSLY: William and Andy Carstairs were called to the loft, “You wanted to see us?” “Yes, Bill,” Amos Bannon replied, “We’ve received word that Hiram Silverthorn and a friend are heading towards Canada on a vacation. We want you to … Continue reading
Previously: “No we ain’t,” Pete lied, “We work the boats outta Danger Bay.” That caught the attention of a couple of Port of Danger Bay Coast Guard crewmen enjoying an after-work ale. One of them nodded to the other as … Continue reading
As I have been dissatisfied with the appearance of the Village of Danger Bay, and had no place to place the Danger Bay Lofts, I spent many hours over the past several days working to make the village (and actually … Continue reading
Beginning today—we’re posting Monday through Friday (but will take Christmas week off altogether) and run two distinct storylines: Lakeview City Story: Detailing the adventures of Boomer & Big Mac (although that will quickly change to Boomer—and someone else (<~~~teaser).
Today I changed the WordPress© Theme back to “Twenty Ten” from “Twenty Twelve” because I could—er—because I like the larger, more elegant and easy to read font. I also did some Photoshop Magic with the banner image. I hope … Continue reading
I’ve found my way to Wordpress again and look forward to being part of this group.
I made an attempt to get Daisy to write another post—but she insisted upon an increase in her daily allotment of doggie-treats; something that just simply will not happen as she’s at her maximum allowed treat-allotment now—I find myself in … Continue reading
Prologue… In an attempt to standardize “Chapters” at nine “Episodes” each Chapter beginning on a Monday and concluding on a Friday—regardless of holidays, as it will be easy to catch-up—Right? Once again I will attempt to make each episode a … Continue reading