Gene opens with, Adobe Hacienda. He follows it with, Peace in the Valley.
In the bunkhouse, Pat Buttram needs to make a long distance phone call. Those long distance connections sure were complicated to put through back in the days of party lines.
Gene sings, Ages and Ages Ago.
Johnny Bond is a poor cowboy, but a good one. Gene remembers the time when Johnny insisted on going to town with him. In Silverton, Johnny falls for Macie’s sob story, and he heldps her out by playing her roulette wheel. Does Johnny have a good luck charm? Will Macie help him break the bank? Gene figures that Johnny learned his lesson at being taken for a sucker, but will Macie be back to redeem herself? Her warning against rustlers sends red flags up for Gene. Listen and learn why Gene wasn’t easily fooled.
Gene closes with, Twilight on the Trail.