SaucyKod

Friday, September 27, 2013

W A N T E D ..........

WANTED - "JINGLES" JOHNSON !!!!!
 - LITTLE BROTHER OF KID JOHNSON -
Born on the range - cut his teeth on chicken bones -
Ran away with the WILD WEST SHOW at the tender age
of 9 years and traveled through the WEST as a 
CHILD SHARPSHOOTER. 
Was accidentally left behind at a railway junction. He hopped the next train and rode  the far west - where he turned to a life of crime - known to many as the "Friendly Outlaw" - A MASTER ESCAPE ARTIST -
 His famous nickname - "JINGLES" - came from many tales of  daring escapes - where the "JINGLE" of his spurs was heard, as he ran across the rooftops of the departing trains, evading the law again and again.
A REWARD OF $99.87 HAS BEEN SET FOR HIS CAPTURE.
NOTORIOUS MEMBER OF "THE WAWEIG GANG
Rumor has it that "Jingles" sometimes poses as a lawman, a Deputy Marshall - riding along with the UNICEF Train from McAdam to St. Stephen. 
Word has it that he served his time in Jail and turned to the good side of the law, under the guidance of Sheriff Bob - only seeing his pardon papers will prove that. 
The UNICEF Train will pass through Watt Junction this morning and all eyes will be focused on his actions as he confronts his family - "The Waweig Gang", and faces his brother, Kid Johnson and his Maw.
 Will he side with the law and protect the train, passengers and cargo OR will he rejoin his bandit family.......
........to be continued..... 
SaucyKod

7 comments:

Red said...

You've caught my attention with this page burner!

darlin said...

Awesome post, too cute! lol I'll be back to see what transpires... a continued saga.

Have an awesome weekend!

biebkriebels said...

What an exciting story, can't wait to read the next one.

Genie Robinson said...

You have really pulled up all into your story and we cannot wait for the next installment. I just love the way you write. Your words are always such fun to read. It is REALLY a cool story. ready for Installment 2. genie

Jackie said...

I don't know if he's been on that train or not, but I would LOVE to ride it! How beautiful!!
(My son is an engineer for Norfolk Southern, so I have a love for trains.)
The one in your photo is gorgeous!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Wow, you sure get around and see a lot of interesting things. That train is great..not to mention it is one of my favorite colors! There is a man I know who lives in the mountains near here that is a great train artist. Can you imagine spending your life painting trains. Wow. You might be able to bring him up on the computer by just typing in his name. Not sure. Peter Korling.
Yes, I wish you were close by to help me with this blasted computer too. DARN!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

p.s. I shall return tomorrow for the rest of the saga! What will be his choice???