Welcome back to my relentlessly huge adventure.
As you recall, in our last installment, we had arrived at a large warehouse in a place called Pennsylvania only to discover teacher's pet suck up dog Norwood driving about in a large and made to carry big boxes truck.
More investigation was in order.
Finding a point of entry into the warehouse itself, I was shocked and horrified to see an entire stockpile of Mango-ness!
Crate upon crate of Mango DNA, Mango suds, Mango goobers, even Mango dingleberries and signage indicating foodables made with, gasp, real Mango bits! Here, friends, is the hive, the hub, the hot spot of all those evil and not to be eaten foodables which advertise contents of Mango.
And atop the waiting to be shipped crates was that Loki! Loki, who I thought was my pal, Loki who I used to admire, Loki the traitor!
My crew was right behind me and before I could warn them away, down came the warehouse gates with a spine vibrating crash and noxious gases were released into the vicinity.
Just a few breaths and we were all helpless, unconscious, paralyzed. All of us! Even you, Dennis!
Dexter here! I am taking over for now because you know who idiot big stupid dog got snookered and passed out and I was almost caught as well, but thank goodness Miss Mercy had followed us and she revived ME, just ME, not any other doggie all of whom are currently unconscious.... DENNIS!
Once the gases had cleared, Norwood and Loki loaded our companions into a wheelbarrow and dumped them unceremoniously in a dungeon cell.
Whereupon they came to their various "senses" and were kind of ticked off.
As for me? Hey, I considered my labraself lucky to be rid of the Relentlessly Doing Stupid things and Miss Mercy and I headed back to the estate for some R&R.
That would be me and Miss Mercy, alone, just us, with no vizslas.
Hey guys! Ever get a live in girlfriend? It seems like a good idea at first, but within no time they turn on you. Yeah, gone are the heart shaped word bubbles and in comes the nagging.
OK, so we have to save stupid Mango and his dumb friends. I get it, let's go see what we have to achieve a rescue with.
Knowing that Dennis Dada is kind of nerdy, I suspected his trunk might be full of useful gadgets to use in our mission. I was not disappointed.
And we were away!
Dennis wanted to stop at Dorney Park along the way, but he was told there were no dogs allowed.
As we drove by, I spotted Chrome and Zep launching on one of the Dorney Park rides. Seems like donkeys and horses are allowed which seems kind of unfair, but at least that makes two less ruffians to deal with when we get back to the creepy warehouse.
To be continued...