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Susan last won the day on December 31 2016

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  1. "Unfortunately not. He wouldn't even talk to me." Their cousin confessed sadly, after she joined them. "Yeah, he was too busy raising the taxes on the orphanage!" Bo muttered disgustedly. The comment had to be explained to Daisy, who was as horrified as the boys - and equally at a loss as to how to help. "Maybe we can talk to Uncle Jesse when he gets back." was the only thing she could come up with - which reminded them all of their missing relative and the reason that two of them were here in the first place. "You know, maybe we should get back home." Bo broke the silence. "J
  2. By the time they got out to the Boars Nest, it was almost lunchtime and it was starting to get crowded - with people celebrating the fact that it was Friday - and there were no free tables. They ended up with a man who had been sitting on his own in the corner, nursing a beer. "Hey Hunter. Mind if we share your table? It's busy in here." The man, slender and brown haired, looked up, having been lost in thought and not heard them approach. "Hey Bo. Luke. Sure, sit down." He waved them to seats as Daisy came over with her tray, and the boys ordered beers, Hunter holding up a still half
  3. Luke took a deep breath and let bit out in a sigh, as he looked over at his cousin. "Bo. You know Uncle Jesse asked us not to follow him." "Yeah, but..." "And besides," Luke ruthlessly cut him off "Daisy's waiting for us, remember? We'll see what she's found out, and then we can decide where to go from there. All of us. Together. Ok?" He smiled at the frustrated look on his cousin's face. "Yeah, ok." Bo gave in, and turned the steering wheel towards the bar. "Hey, maybe we can get something to eat, too. I'm, hungry." His cousin laughed. "Are you ever anything else?" Me
  4. Everybody went their separate ways after finishing eating and cleaning up, the boys looking for Cooter, and Daisy off to The Boars Nest to work and see if she could find out anything from the Boss. Unfortunately, Cooter knew nothing more than the boys did. He left the car he was working on, and came outside. Pushing back the greasy old cap he was wearing and leaving a dirty smear across his forehead. "Capitol City? No. There's nothing I know out of in that direction. 'Cept maybe the old hermit." He grinned. "The old hermit?" Luke frowned, turning to look at Bo as his cousin started l
  5. Meanwhile, back in Hazzard, the boys were both tucking into thick slices of Daisy's apple pie. Bo asking for seconds before Luke had even finished his first, prompting a comment that he was going to get fat if he kept eating like that. "No I won't. I work it off!" the blond returned with a grin. "Yeah, chasing girls." his cousin responded. "How many different girls have you dated in the last two weeks alone, anyway? Not to mention Chad's sister that you were going gaga over while we were away." "You were just as bad. I swear you forgot what you were supposed to be saying, every
  6. All three of the younger Dukes watched him go. A little upset that their Uncle wouldn't tell them what was going on - their family didn't usually keep secrets from each other - but knowing that he would have told them if he could. Luke finally broke the silence. "Well, I don't know about you two, but I could do with some coffee. That was a long drive, and we started early." "Yeah, and maybe something to eat, too. I've missed your cooking, Daisy!" Bo slid an arm around his cousin and watched her smile back at him. "I've got some apple pie that I made just yesterday."
  7. Well, as luck would have it, the boys stayed overnight with their friends, and didn't come back until the very next day. They were full of high spirits as the General Lee pulled into the yard in front of the farmhouse, both boys hopping out almost before they'd stopped properly. It'd been nice seeing their friends again, but they were both glad to be home. Daisy came out to meet them, submitting to their hugs - Bo almost lifting his cousin off the ground - and doing her best to smile and look like she was glad to see them, too. Which she was, but she was still worried about Jesse
  8. "Ok, Uncle Jesse. I'll do that." Daisy momentarily forgot about the 'handles' usually used over the air. She didn't bother telling her uncle that she had already bought them, along with some extra batteries for the flashlights they kept both in the house and the barn, having noticed Jesse packing what they had, in a bag, earlier on. "Was there anything else?" "No, that's all. I'll see you when you get home. Shepherd Out." "Bo Peep Out." Daisy continued on to work, and tried to put her worries to the back of her mind, at least until the end of her shift.
  9. Hi Roger. I just wanted to check that you got my last message to you, yesterday. My internet decided to drop out just as I sent it, so I'm not sure if it went through. :( 


    1. RogerDuke


      Um I guess I didn't get it. 

    2. Susan


      Drat! I'm sorry.

      Ok, basically, I've put up another piece on the role-play thread. It's not very long, and I do apologise for taking so long, but I've had some personal stuff going on and this went completely out the window! :( (Along with my brain!)

      Also, I see that Garrett Duke is back, and I know you've written with him before, would you like to invite him in  or just leave it between the two of us? I don't mind either way. I'm just flattered to be asked to join in.

       I think that was everything I had to say, and I'll try and speed up my writing next time. I'm sorry. I know it's a pain waiting on somebody who's taking forever to get back to you!


  10. I'm afraid I'm with the majority of posters on here: Strange Visitor to Hazzard. Erk. The Dukes meet ET. I'm sorry, but it just didn't work for me, either. I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels this way. Another on my 'Less than Wonderful' list, which I don't see on here (So maybe I'm in the minority on this one) was the Coy and Vance episode with the Russian gymnast. Just feel it was a bit corny and contrived. What do others think?
  11. "It does explain, though..." she said thoughtfully. "Explain what?" Emma Tisdale wasn't one to let anything go when it came to her beloved Jesse Duke. Any detail, no matter how small, was grist to her mill. "Uncle Jesse said he was going away for a bit. Tomorrow. He didn't want any questions asked. Just that he had to check on an old friend, who might be in trouble. He said he'd be out of reach, but he didn't want us worrying about him, and that he should be back by supper." She looked at the older woman. 'Do you think there's something seriously wrong, Ms Tisdale? I mean, if he does
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