Murder At The Intersection (Part 2, page 2 of 5)


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Part 2

He would maneuver the boat into his favorite cove and anchor it and wouldn't allow any of his friends to touch the steering wheel. Afterwards he mad sure they got home safe.Even one beer could hinder a person's ability to think straight under certain situations. He had seen a lot of his military buddies act strange just with one beer or what the police called buzz drinking and he didn't want anymore of his buddies or their lady friends to go through that. The group knew how he felt about that so they were happy to drink more sodas than beer. Even one started drinking non alcoholic beer.

​ He actually was happier when he took his sailboat out by himself with his favorite dog companions. Two four year old german shepherds named Sugar and Spice whom he had trained when he was in the intelligence unit of the military. He didn't like talking to anyone about the time he served in the military. He still had nightmares about it and would wake up knowing he had tossed and turned and even had tore up pillows during the night while sleeping.

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