Water can be a friend, or an enemy as Bill and Jingles are about to find out as they battle the fury of Savage River.
Thunderstorms drench Wild Bill and Jingles as they ride to town, and look forward to cleaning up at the barbershop with a shave and a haircut. Six bits.
The barbershop chatter fills in the story line about the danger of flooding, and the dam on Savage River.
Before we get too wet, it’s time to stop and grab those tasty treats with the sweetening already on them. That yummie treat that makes yu say, “Kids love Pops, moms love Pops, and pops love Pops.” Now back to the story.
Bill and Jingles get volunteered to check out the dam, and though the rain lets off, and the dam is safe for now, the fields are mud, and the crops have been washed out. Back in town the rain has started again, and now Bill has to confront a man who thinks of himself as a quick draw, Stacey Chance. Since Bill is unarmed, he just takes care of the tough guy with his fists. We haven’t seen the last of stacey though when he gets hired to do some dirty work to make sure the homesteaders clear out and leave the range in the hands of the ranchers.
Bill and Jingles stand watch at the dam tonight. Bill may be a good shot, but can he do anything against a wheelbarrow full of dynamite?
Time to refill on that sweet and crunchy treat, and it even has that aluminum bag to seal in the crunchy goodness.
Bill uses strategy to outsmart Stacey while Jingles was sent to town. Is this all a lost cause afterall? Will the dam hold? Can the town raise the money they need to make repairs? Will the crops be safe?
For answers to all these questions, listen to the dramatic conclusion as Wild Bill takes care of the bad guys.