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Category Archives: Adventure 10—REVENGE
PREVIOUSLY: Stetson and his friend didn’t get far before Sheriff James Silverthorn pulled them over. “Gentlemen, may I see your license to sell insurance, please?”
PREVIOUSLY: “Hey! That’s my line!” “Oh-LOOK!” Linda quipped, “We have our very-own ‘Bickersons’ here!” It was quiet in the café—the lunch rush was over when the two strangers walked-in.
PREVIOUSLY: “So, you couldn’t even take a photo,” she sighed, “Okay get here as soon as possible and I’ll see to it you get everything you need. Thanks for calling as soon as you could.” After she was off the … Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: Joey worked his culinary-magic—and all attendees enjoyed the feast. Some to excess. But that was an enjoyable excess.
Previously: “I’m bored,” Debra complained, “Can’t we go out and play?” “What Debra said,” Linda agreed, “I’m bored to tears.” “We could take a vacation,” Joey suggested.
PREVIOUSLY: Chris & Wyatt arrived at Smith Engineering, “It’s an ugly building.” “Yes, it is, Chris,” Wyatt replied, “Filled with ugly acting people, I expect.” “We really have to go inside?”
PREVIOUSLY: Hal Barber watched Chris and Wyatt Earp enter the bar—and he sensed they were two dangerous people. He was correct. Barber sidled over…
PREVIOUSLY: Chris & Wyatt Earp asked Mac to send them out into the field—they were chafing to get back in the game. “By all means,” Mac replied, “We’ve not heard from Boomer & Linda for too long.” “Do you have … Continue reading
PREVIOUSLY: Johnson was impressed, “You have timing down pat.” “In life, and our occupation,” Linda said, “Timing is everything.” “Our targets are the so-called ‘Posse’ members,” Johnson began, “They’ve interfered with our operations too many times to ignore.”
PREVIOUSLY: “How come you get to be boss?” “Who said I was boss, Linda?” “You’re driving.” “Exactly—so you can plan,” Boomer laughed, “Instead of driving.”