Tag Archives: Moosehead County

“Wise-ass!”

PREVIOUSLY: “Mac?” Boomer asked his old friend, “Suggestions?” “Yes, Boss,” Mac rumbled, “First—place two 12pdr guns behind the gates—loaded with canister (often bits of chain, nails, and other small metal scraps), and when they come within 50 yards, open the … Continue reading

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It was a sight to behold

PREVIOUSLY: “How far away?” “About five miles,” Flutters replied, “They let Bell and four others escape.” “WHY?”

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“WHY?”

Previously: Adams’ two big 12pdr guns opened-fire on Milton Bell and his men—half of them were killed, or mortally wounded. Unfortunately—half survived, including Bell. Still—it was a start.

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“You would think that, Joey.”

Previously: Episode 1—Scene 4… On the North Road… Chris & Bill with Mac rode with cautious haste towards where Flutters reported the last known place he saw Boomer & company. “What means this term, ‘cautious haste,’ I wonder,” Chris asked.

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Meanwhile—in the 19th Century…

PREVIOUSLY: Wiggins was the only member of his bunch who had combat experience—the others were relatively good pilots, and able to be trained. He also knew he had to expand his operation—but how? Wiggins had an idea—but it was a … Continue reading

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“Brilliant!”

PREVIOUSLY: Linda & Wyatt were scouting when Flutters found them, “Hurry! Follow me! Boomer’s in trouble!” “Where?” “On the North Road—HURRY!”

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“REPORT TO MAC!”

PREVIOUSLY: Boomer, AJ & Alphonso were scouting North Road when they saw riders approaching—and under the cover of the Moosehead County Stagecoach—dismounted and took cover in an abandoned cabin. Boomer, AJ & Alphonso were scouting North Road… The sentient horses … Continue reading

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“As a last line of defense?”

PREVIOUSLY: The lumberjacks mobilized in Brewster’s Corners, and headed towards Danger Bay to offer their services. Their wagons were relatively small—but of robust construction. The powerful horses were not fast—but incredibly strong.

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“That’s why I get the big-bucks, kiddo!”

PREVIOUSLY: James Silverthorn joined the meeting, “I’m sorry that I’m late to the party—we were required to do the appropriate war dance—it’s an Ojibwe thing.” “No problem, Jimmy,” Mac rumbled, “How many warriors?” “How many guns?”

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“What about our Native allies?”

PREVIOUSLY: Colonel Milton Bell addressed his men, “We move-out in ten days, gentlemen, I expect every one of you to be prepared by then. Those assigned to Major Clemson will march around Moosehead County and position yourselves to attack Moosehead … Continue reading

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