Jubilee and Callie both converged on the small group, glaring at the terriers.
"OOPS?? OKAY, guys....what happened???"
Stokie Poges, Captain Eddie, Sherman, and Emmitt just stood there, trying to look contrite, but having
trouble stifling the smirks.
"Well," Sherman began, "it was an accident, really. Bentley Friend and Maggie Reyner were in one of the
ferris wheel gondolas, and Bentley saw us down here and hollered down for us to 'turn it UP'! Now, WE didn't
want to do anything that wasn't RIGHT, so we just stood here, and shook our heads 'NO'!"
"Yeah," Captain Eddie agreed. "We weren't about to do that, but Clancey Brewer, Jaimie Sugar, and Sera
Battson, in the next gondola, told us to 'quit being so squeamish' and to 'TURN IT UP'!! Squeamish.... US!!"
"Now we ASK you," Emmitt added, "would you call us SQUEAMISH?? How were we supposed to react when
Agnes Donnelly, Dottie Smith, and Clio van Dulken call us 'girlies' for not 'turning it up'!! But, no ma'am,
we stood our ground..... we shook our heads NO!"
The four suspects lifted their chins proudly. Stokie Poges sneaked a look at Sherman and Eddie, to see
if Jubilee and Callie were buying this bag of sushi.
Warming to the tale now, Emmitt began to embellish..."when we saw Cassierose and Henry Stewart swinging
their gondola wildly, holding their paws high over their heads, we got REALLY worried. We actually were
concerned for their SAFETY! THAT was when 'WE' decided to protect them..... to save them... we were looking
out for their best INTERESTS! 'WE' quickly moved over to the control panel, with the sole intention of
SLOWING the ferris wheel DOWN..... for their own safety! Imagine our SURPRISE when we turned the knob 'lefty
loosie' and discovered that it was wired BACKWARDS! The ferris wheel actually LEAPED forward, speeding up
until it LOCKED the controls and we were totally HELPLESS to stop it!! We were truly agrieved to find that
our efforts had been for NAUGHT!"
Emmitt peeked out from beneath his thick eyebrows, checking on Jubilee's reaction to this woven web of
exaggeration. He almost groaned out loud as he saw her roll her eyes heavenward. It wasn't gonna work!!
He was just about to admit to himself that, just perhaps, he was losing his touch.... when Alistair Knaub and
Bonniedoone walked up, paw in paw.
Alistair stood for a second, watching the ferris wheel speeding around, and listened to the yarn being
spun by the four terriers in front of him. A quick look around was all he needed.
"Excuse me," he said as he stepped between Callie and Sherman. Moving to the edge of the control panel,
he leaned over, grabbed a thick, black cord in his furry paw, and UNPLUGGED the ferris wheel.
Immediately, the ferris wheel began to slow, taking only seconds to come to a full stop. Jubilee and
Callie quickly began emptying the gondolas. The passengers who exited the ferris wheel looked bedraggled and
windblown. Eyebrows and beards were plastered back against the scotties' faces. Fur and furnishings were
matted and wildly out of place. They had to hold onto the railings as their tried to regain their
equilibrium. Many were bleary-eyed, and at least two were in danger of being sick right there on the spot!
And ALL of the ferris wheel riders were looking to the foursome standing at the gate, determined to
have their revenge........ until Tosh II skipped off the ride. He raced up to the 'ferris wheel four',
his eyes dancing with excitement. Placing his young paws on his hips, he announced loudly, "Okay, that was
fun.....now who's ready to GO AGAIN?!?!?!"
The terriers immediately scattered... the younger adventurers raced BACK to the ferris wheel, to claim
their gondola for the NEXT round. The other BASH puppers headed up the midway, ready for FRESH fun!
A LOT of Bull!
It didn't take long for the terriers to find more excitement, in all shapes and sizes.
Diamond Fones, Scooter St. John, Molly Reyner, Cassierose, Connor Bruce and Pagan Marie, Maggie Sugar,
Karey Lawrence, Lucy Smith, Robin Baillargeon, Mickie Meghan and Shiloh Quarry, Hamish MacBeth, Zack Burks,
Razzy Musial, Duncan Lyons, Zoe, Angus and Nessie Brewer, Clio van Dulken, and Trevor Friend had stumbled
upon a fun-time bonanza at the far end of the midway, near the livestock pavilion.
A huge, brightly colored tent stood just off the midway's main thoroughfare, and would have gone totally
unnoticed... had it not been for the intense NOISE coming from inside the tent!
"Watch OUTTTTTTTTT now!!"
The terriers couldn't STAND it..... they HAD to know what was causing the excitement. They were pulled
toward the tent as surely as if they'd been led by the leash. Once through the tent opening, everything
became crystal clear.
THIS was PERFECT!!! It was MEANT to be experienced by scottish terriers!!!
The interior was completely bare, except for a hay-covered area in the center of the tent, around what
looked like a boxing ring. But, it was the contraption in the center of the ring that had the scotties'
A MECHANICAL BULL!!!!!!!
"All RIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT!!!" Scooter, Robin, and Zack said, as they began pushing forward, all of them
eager to be the first into the ring with "THE BULL"!!
"Whoa there, short stuff!"
The scotties wheeled around, prepared to challenge an offensive puhdul. Instead, they saw a grizzled old
cowboy, leaning against one of the ring's corner braces. His jeans looked as though they'd been around for
years. His boots had long since lost the luster of new leather, having taken on the color of the earth
over which they trod. A sweat ring lined the brim of his ancient, worn stetson that was cocked back on his
head. His face wore the lines of a hard life, a life in the open air, dealing with nature and all its
challenges. He was chewing on a short stalk of hay, but when the scotties turned and approached, he pushed
himself away from the corner post, and stood with legs braced. He reached back with his hand, and pushed his
stetson forward on his head.
"They call me Ole Ben.....Ben Tyrie. What can I do for ya, little 'pokes?" he drawled.
Connor, Karey, and Nessie stepped forward, lifted their chins, and announced, "We're going to ride your
The old cowboy didn't say a word, but the wrinkles of his face deepened, revealing his humor with the
"Well, now......ya don't SAY! Okay, little 'pokes... you know how to RIDE a bull, do ya???"
The scotties, totally enthralled with this wizened old cowboy, didn't answer, but merely shook their heads
The cowboy smiled, and stepped up onto the edge of the ring, and with one fluid movement,
swung himself over the ropes, and was standing in the ring.
"Okay, little 'pokes, let's get to it, then! Now, close in here....we've gotta make sure ya know how to
HANDLE this ole bull!!" He smiled as he saw the eager faces of the little ones, all hanging on his every word.
"Ya hafta make sure your legs wrap around the barrel of this ole bull. Keep your legs tight, to hang on.
You'll have your ridin' hand wrapped into the rigging... and as you terriers are all 'big dogs', I 'spose you
will want to use the 'deadmans wrap'. That'll guarantee that it'll take an awful LOT to get ya OFF that ole
bull's back. NOW, you're all set to ride.....but you'll want to keep your FREE paw loose so you can keep your
balance. Now, be SURE ya don't TOUCH that ole bull with your free paw, but wave the paw overhead, to help ya
keep your seat. Well, I reckon that's all ya need to know to ride this ole bull...... ya ready, little 'pokes?"
"YES SIR!!! Let us AT 'im!!!" The terriers were absolutely trembling with anticipation.
The old cowboy hoisted Razzie to the back of "THE bull". The other terriers backed away, they eyes
locked on their friend, whose face was grim, his attention focused totally on the horns of the great beast
Ole Ben called out, "ya ready, little 'poke?"
A quick nod of Razzie's head was all it took...
Then with a "let 'er RIP!" from Ben, the bull sprang to life!!!
Razzie's eyes widened, and his mouth formed an OOOOOOO.... as he was jerked forward, then backward. His
paws began scrambling desperately, trying to maintain his balance. After a mere 4 1/2 seconds, he found himself
flying through the air, to land on the softly cushioned floor beneath the bull.
"WAY to GO!!! Good RIDE, Razzie!!" the terriers cheered!
The room then was filled with "me now!", "ME!!ME", as the impatient terriers all crowded forward for their
"Take it easy, little 'pokes! You'll get your turn!" Ben spent the rest of the afternoon giving 'bull-riding
lessons'and hoisting each wee terrier onto the back of the great beast. He smiled as he watched their
tenacity, their determination to ride the huge animal, even though their wee legs were completely unable
to grip such massive power.
The terriers, not wanting to admit defeat, eagerly moved to the back of the line, and waited their turn for
Passers-by on the midway heard "YEEEEEEEEEEEEE HAAAAAA!" and "ARRRRRRROOOOOOOOOOO", and wondered at the
fun that was taking place in the brightly colored tent. They would have been totally amazed to see the
terriers, waving stetsons over their head, 'fanning' the mechanical bull as they spent the afternoon
riding the bull, talking to Ole Ben Tyree, and living out the fantasies of "cowboy wanna-be's" everywhere.
We won't disturb our little John Waynes... we'll leave them to their fun.
NOW..... what'd they do with those SHEEP?????????
Sheep-Judging -- Scottie Style!
Billy Delli Carpini and Jozie Friend, Rose Battson, Bailey Doud, Bo'sun Howatt, Maggie Nuckles,
Heather Sue Devine, Lilly Gilmore, Reilly Nuckles, Murphy Williamson,McGyver,
and Lucy Sheets had been VERY busy since their arrival at the fair. They'd herded
the "Lawrence sheep flock" the entire length of the midway, then cornered them just outside the
Along the way, they'd been joined by other terriers who'd decided that the sheep would provide some
thrills and excitement. Mason Bruce and Megan Wilson, Baylor Thrasher, Gingerina Velez, Alexander Bradberry,
Annie Musial, Duncan Brewer, Sunny Sieber Quarry, and Bert Williamson eagerly joined the herding expedition.
Jake had been VERY glad that the terriers and their flock of sheep had finally decided to stop. He'd had
a lot of trouble keeping up with them, as he'd had to constantly stop and explain what the rucus was about
to the many curious security officers they'd raced past.
As Jake reached the "Lawrence flock", he heard the scotties and their friends... making plans.
"Yeah!" Rose said. "Let's enter them in the sheep judging! That sign right there says it begins in
an hour. That'd give us PLENTY of time to spif 'em up!"
Bo'sun wondered, "What do we do to prepare for sheep judging? What do we know about sheep beauty contests??"
"Oh, PIDDLE! There's nothing TO IT!" Megan replied. "We just fix them up, give them a 'cool' haircut,
put some 'bling' on 'em....and let the JUDGES decide which sheep has the best costume!"
Annie and Duncan began to warm to the idea, although their idea of just HOW to do it varied greatly.
Annie wanted a 'Cinderella' theme, while Duncan and Billy were convinced that a 'scottie sheep' just HAD to
be powerful and assertive.
"KING KONG!! THAT'S what we'll do!" Billy announced excitedly.
"Ohhhhhh, that's SILLY!" Gingerina retorted. "Who ever heard of a KING KONG sheep!"
Mason put his paws on his hips, stuck his chin out defiantly, squinted his eyes devilishly and came back
with, "OH YEAH???"
Reilly rolled his eyes, then joined the fray. "Well, I can sure see how a Cinderella sheep makes a LOT
of sense, yessiree!"
The squabble continued to escalate. It was Lucy who finally came up with the PERFECT solution.
"PUHDUL sheep!" she said, a satisfied smile on her face.
The rest of the terriers quickly agreed that it'd be a PERFECT costume for 'their' sheep! They spent
the next hour hurriedly preparing their sheep for the beauty contest. All paws were busy, clipping, combing,
cutting, dyeing... their sheep were SURE to win the contest!!
The terriers escorted/shoved/forced/pushed the sheep into the sheep arena as the loudspeaker
announced that the sheep judging would now begin.
"What's WRONG with these silly sheep??" Baylor asked. "You'd think they didn't WANT to be here!!!"
"Beats me," Billy replied. "Maybe they just don't want to outshine the OTHER sheep. Maybe they don't want to make the others
The "Lawrence flock" was, indeed, balking. They had their hooves dug in and had to be DRAGGED into the
judging arena. No self-respecting sheep would be caught DEAD appearing
in mixed-flocks looking like .......THIS!!!
They saw the other sheep staring and pointing... snickering
and laughing.... and heard the whispers, "Girlie sheep!", "PUHDUL pom-poms", and "Show-off SheepOODLES"!
The "Lawrence flock" was absolutely MORTIFIED!!! Here they stood, in broad daylight, in the middle of
a state fair livestock arena, at one of the MOST important sheep judging events of the YEAR.... and this is
how they're presented for the judges?????
A SCOTTIE was standing behind them, a large can of hair-spray
held in her paw, SPRAYING the red and orange pom-poms on their COIFFURED tushies!! They shook their wooly
heads in shame. The INDIGNITY of it ALL!!!!
And then......it got worse!! The judges walked up, expecting to evaluate.....well, normal SHEEP! Instead,
they saw a circus! Scotties were scurring around, fluffing, combing, and tying bows on multi-colored sheep!!!
The air around the sheep was literally a cloud of hair-spray, as one scottie continued a non-stop barrage
with the can of spray held firmly between furry paws.
The judge opened his mouth to speak, then clapped it shut again. He just didn't know WHAT to say! Never,
in his 34 years of judging, had he EVER seen a sight such as THIS! And if he didn't KNOW better, he'd SWEAR
the other sheep were snickering behind their hooves!
Deciding it was a good day to do a good deed, he merely nodded to the smiling scotties as he walked around
the obviously humiliated sheep. He made a show of inspecting the sheep, then nodded again, and walked off to
the judges' table, where he scribbled quickly into his logbook.
Turning around to the assembled crowd, he announced his 'blue ribbon champion', the 'reserve champion', and
then, after a LONG pause, he added, "and for Most obvious use of spray and color in wool, the ribbon goes to
the 'Lawrence flock'!"
The scotties broke into loud cheers and arroooooooo's, slapping each other on the back, and congratulating
themselves for their brilliant sheep-styling technique.
"Boy, we're GOOD!" Lilly announced proudly. "Now, Jake, aren't ya glad ya came with us??"
Jake shook his head in disbelief. No one would ever believe this. How was he to explain THIS to Kathie?
Then, looking around at the sheep, the crowd, and the OTHER herding dogs, he wondered how he'd EVER
be able to show his face at a herding event again!!
He thought to himself, "hmmmmmm, I've heard of COMBAT pay. Wonder if there's BASH Guardian pay???
We SURE earn our kibble on these adventures."
And with that, he began herding the scotties and the embarrassed sheep out of the arena, determined
to turn the first water hydrant he could find into a SHEEP SHOWER!
"Yep, I'm gonna have to suggest BASH Guardian pay!!"
Gyppsy Rose Kitty, Jordan the collie Guardian, and Charlie the scottie cart boy, had been
wandering the midway for what seemed like HOURS.... looking for a mouse or
SOMETHING with 'kitty snack' written on it! They'd seen foods that a scottie would drool over...well,
that wouldn't be hard, they'd drool over ANYTHING that didn't eat THEM first.... but nothing that
stirred Gyppsy's kitty juices.
Mandi Reyner, Chevy, Alex, and Miss Sassy Williamson had just finished watching the Vegetable Magic-Slice
demonstration for the fifth time, when they saw their friends walk by. They had happily joined the small group
in their search for kitty snacks.
The group had wandered farther down the midway, inspecting each food tent they encountered, but nothing
seemed to interest Miss Gyppsy Rose Kitty's taste buds.
The sound of huge, powerful engines nearby drew their attention. The group entered the
blue striped tent, to find Stewart Almandinger, Aggie Bruce and Laddie Ziegler, Margie Mae Velez,
Sofy Bradberry, and Clio van Dulken crowded around an enormous plaid "Just Don'tThinkSo" tractor. The salesman
was reciting a long list of virtues that made THIS tractor the best on the market.
"It's wheel-base is 85 feet, it has a pulling capacity of 197 tons, and carries an engine with
3,594 horsepower. It, frankly, outworks any other tractor on the market. And no scottie should be without
Turning quickly, the smooth-talking salesman pointed a bejeweled finger toward Mandi Reyner, saying,
"YOU, young lady, need a "J D" tractor in your life!!! Step right UP here and let me put the WORLD in your
With one swoop, he lifted Mandi up and placed her gently in the center of the enormous tractor seat. Her
short legs didn't even hang over the EDGE of the seat, she couldn't REACH the monstrous ignition switch, much
less wrap her paws around the gear shift! She could only SIT there, trying to peer beneath the huge
Chevy quickly climbed aboard the huge tractor, and leaped onto the edge of the steering wheel. He was very
careful to balance his rear paws on the bottom of the steering wheel, using his front paws to hold onto the
top of the wheel.
"Okay, I'm ready!" he announced, a proud smile on his face. "Just don't expect to turn too QUICKLY,
as it'll take me a minute to step around the wheel to get it to TURN!"
Warming to this new challenge, the rest of the group quickly "took their positions" on the huge tractor.
Stewart sat down on the floorboard, near the clutch, and propped both rear paws on the gigantic pedal.
"Just holler when ya want to change gears, I'll be ready!!" he said, as he propped himself comfortably
against the nearby wheelwell.
Aggie and Laddie quickly took charge of the accelerator and brake, deciding to share those responsibilities.
Within minutes, all systems had been claimed for 'terrier duty'. There had been a minor skirmish over who
got custody of the HORN, but Charlie and Sassy decided to SHARE those duties.
The smooth-talking salesman stood open-mouthed as he saw his beloved plaid "Just Don'tThinkSo" tractor
literally covered in furry beasts. He was just about to tell them to GET OFF his expensive machine, when,
from the middle of the pile of fur popped one furry paw.....HOLDING a CREDIT CARD!
"Ohhhhh, well then, little lady. It seems you're going to get to test drive this monster tractor
With one smooth motion, the salesman reached up, and turned the platinum ignition key. The powerful engine
sprang to life, causing the very ground beneath their feet to vibrate.
"WOW!!! Listen to that RUMBLE!" Laddie marveled. "Step on the GAS, Aggie! Let's see what she'll DO!"
Aggie immediately leaned into the accelerator, pushing with all her might.
The startled terriers suddenly found themselves in motion. They grabbed desperately to anything
they could reach, as the tractor leaped forward, gaining speed with every second.
"TURN IT, CHEVY, TURN IT!" Gyppsy Rose Kitty screamed. "We're heading straight for the.... ohhhhh, well.....
never mind, it's toast NOW!"
Margie Mae gasped. "We're going to....EEK!!! We just took out the main tent pole! We're dragging the
entire tent behind us, Chevy!! MANDI, DO SOMETHING!"
Mandi swung around. "What do you MEAN, 'DO SOMETHING'?? I can't SEE anything...I can't REACH anything,
yeah, I can SURELY fix this problem, now CAN'T I!!!?"
The tractor continued onward, taking out food booths, exhibit tents, several park benches that'd
miraculously emptied in the nick of time, and at least 1 security golf cart... as Chevy desperately tried
to master the steering wheel. Sassy had climbed to the top of the tractor, and was acting as the 'eyes' of
the tractor troupe.
"LEFT, Chevy, take two steps LEFT on the wheel. That's perfect.. RIGHT, RIGHT... three, no, four steps
to the right!
Hold it right there," Sassy instructed, as she guided the tractor between the roller coaster and the
Mandi leaned down. "Aggie, get OFF the accelerator...get OFF it!!"
The tractor reacted instantly, slowing to a stop on top of a caramel apple stand. The tractor troupe peered
over the sides of the huge, plaid tractor.
"SORRY!" they called to the shocked caramel apple vendor, who was scrambling out from beneath the debris
that USED to be his booth. He shook his fist angrily at the terriers, then bent to the task of retrieving his
supply of apples.
Mandi and the terriers looked around the midway at the path of destruction they'd left behind them as the
tractor had plowed its way through the fairgrounds.
They had begun discussing how to solve this new problem when
they heard the whistling. Looking around, they saw Riley, Dughul, Bart, and Callie racing toward them.
Riley slid to a stop near the massive rear tire of the tractor, and stared up in wonder. "Where'd y'all get
THIS thing?" he asked. "Never mind, we can use it!!! The gang and I have a PLAN! We need y'all to come help us
with a SMALL MATTER!"
"Sure! No problem!" Sassy proclaimed proudly. Within minutes, they had the tractor on the move again, this
time with Riley sitting atop the tractor, guiding them ever closer to the prize. The fact that four more
food booths had been reduced to kindling, along with the nearby pinball game,was only a minor glitch.
No one was surprised when Riley had them pull to a stop next to the Cinnamon Roll trailer. It took only a
couple of minutes to maneuver the tractor around, then back up to the trailer.
It DID bring some surprised
looks from the baker inside the trailer when the tractor drove away, pulling the cinnamon roll trailer along
Callie, Dughul, Bartholomew, and Riley cheered wildly at their success. Seeing the crowd chasing along
behind them, Riley suggested that the group might want to head for the gate.
"You know, it might be a good time for us to call it a day!" Riley announced, as he glanced at the total
devastation left behind them on the midway. There was not one booth or tent left standing. Several of the
rides were tilted precariously, teetering in the wind, and the police seemed to be gathering at the far end
of the midway.
"OOPS! Time to LEAVE!!!" Callie announced as she noticed the approaching crowd.
Aggie leaned into the accelerator, and Chevy began dancing back and forth on the steering wheel,
following both Sassy's and Riley's instructions.
The huge, plaid tractor raced away from the State Fairgrounds, headed down Hearne Avenue,
loaded to overflowing with furry accomplices, dragging an enormous blue-striped tent, and pulling one
cinnamon roll trailer.....with one VERY shocked baker inside!!!
Nothing to worry about, I'm SURE!!!
Cellphones are amazing things!!
There they were, speeding down the four-lane boulevard, dragging a careening trailer behind them... and
they were on their CELLPHONES!! Well, actually, they were calling their OTHER terrier friends back at the
FAIRGROUNDS. It WOULDN'T be very polite to leave that much chaos behind them.....and not warn the other half
of the terriers that THEY would now become the prime suspects!!!
Nope, that wouldn't be polite at ALL!!
Katie wasn't shocked at all, when she heard Riley's voice on the cellphone, although it WAS hard to
understand all of the conversation with the loud rumbling in the background.
She DID hear 'get to the plane',
and from the top of the ferris wheel, she WAS able to look down now and SEE what destruction the tractor
team had left behind.
It only took her a few moments to round up the rest of the BASH gang, and they quickly exited the
fairgrounds through the livestock entrance, behind the colliseum, although it DID require 7 taxis and one
city bus to get them all aboard.
They arrived at the airport just as the tractor burst through the gate at the far end of the runway.
Chevy was still balancing precariously on the steering wheel, doing an admirable job of maneuvering the
unwieldy machine. Aggie had her entire body against the accelerator, pushing against the bottom of the seat
with her rear paws to increase their speed even further. Mandi was trying desperately to peer over the
top of the dashboard, and Sassy was screaming directional instructions to Chevy.
The tractor finally skidded to a stop at the far end of the runway, at the rear of the Scotcorde.
Amazingly enough, Captain Scotty did NOT appear surprised, nor did he look upset. It was as though this were
something that occurred each and every time he was WITH the terriers on a BASH.
He merely opened the huge cargo bay doors at the back of Sleek One, lowered the gangway, and guided the
tractor into the massive cargo hold of the great, silver jet.
He DID pause a moment as he watched the terriers unload their boxes from the bus, and was MORE amazed at
WHAT they were loading aboard the plane.
- 36 kewpie dolls
- 15 Vegetable Magic Slicers
- 3 cases of Miracle Eyeglass Cleaner
- 54 glow in the dark necklaces
- 97 quart-sized plastic softdrink cups with curly straws
- 1 "Personalized Handwriting Analysis" machine
- 3 hogs
- 1 flock of sheep, DYED and CLIPPED?????!?!?!?!
- 2 Belgian horses
- 1 bull, LARGE.......and NOT pleased!!!!!!!
- 74 stetsons with "Louisiana State Fair" embroidered on the
- 327 "Be There or Be Square- La. State Fair" t-shirts
- 1 cinnamon roll trailer.....??????
- 1 aggravated baker
- and ONE very cheesy teddy bear, seated in a place of honor
"Ohhhhhhhh, I can't WAIT to hear their explanation for THIS stuff!" Captain Scottie said to himself.
He smiled as he watched his terriers hurry aboard, and after a final wave to Katie and Riley, they closed
the cargo bay doors.
Captain Scotty strolled up the aisle of the huge plane, and leaned against the cockpit doorway. He
watched the Guardians count heads, checking to see that all of their charges were safely accounted for.
With a nod from Jubilee, the Captain smiled and turned toward the cockpit.
Almost immediately, the Scotcorde began taxiing down the runway, its powerful engines quickly
taking it skyward. Within moments of take-off, the rear cabin's lights dimmed, and the BASH passengers
quieted for their homeward journey.
The Guardians, as always, took up their positions in the aisles,
and thanked their lucky stars that they'd survived ANOTHER one of the terriers' BASH adventures.
As with all BASH adventures, this one must come to an end. So, until the next time, we watch the
legendary silver jet disappear over the horizon.
And who knows, maybe a Mam or Dad will BELIEVE the tall tales their wee furchild will spin. We
doubt it, though.
After all, who'd ever believe such as THIS!?!?!?!
This ORIGINAL story has been created and written by Carol
Original artwork is the exclusive property of artist, Karen Donnelly.
This is NOT to be reproduced in ANY way
without the EXPRESS written consent of the author !!!
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