Loralei Glutz is safely on her way west on a wagon train. However Martin and Tim are once again behind bars. Before Martin breaks them out, he draws Tim a map of where the CCTBS is located ...
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Loralei Glutz is safely on her way west on a wagon train. However Martin and Tim are once again behind bars. Before Martin breaks them out, he draws Tim a map of where the CCTBS is located just in case they are separated. After they break out, they are ambushed. They awake at the wagon train where Loralei is taking care of them; she found them and feels she owes them for helping her get her money back. The only thing they are missing is the map. Martin deduces that whoever stole it must be on the wagon train and thinks that it is a map of a gold strike in California. They need to get back to the CCTBS before it may be apprehended by whoever stole the map. Of course, it is Tim and Martin's thief nemeses, Red and Pete, who are hiding out on the train. They kidnap Loralei and hold her as hostage in exchange for Tim and Martin forgetting about the map. Martin and Tim manage to find Red and Pete and Loralei - unharmed - and scare off the thieves. Martin and Tim and Loralei are then ... Written by
The American Indian on horseback that Martin accidentally brings back to the present is in the classic pose of James E. Fraser's famous sculpture, "The End of the Trail." See more »
All the guns, clothing, and most of the equipment in this story line is from the wrong period. While this is supposed to be 1849. The guns are from much later, and so are the clothes. See more »
Ah, ah, Miss Glutz. Um, my nephew and I were wondering if, uh, you perhaps could use a couple of extra hands.
Oh, good heavens no. One for each arm is plenty, thank you.
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