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About Jerry Boyd
I’m a house husband. I keep things together while my wonderful wife makes our living. I’ve worked as a machinist, short order cook, electronics assembly tech, and several other jobs. My hobbies include vehicle maintenance, (I’ve had the transmission out of my truck. Twice) free flight airplanes, electronics, and shooting.
I was born and raised in the Ozarks, and now live in Mid-Missouri.
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Nikki took a job before she saw the equipment. Can she keep her passengers alive on a strange planet?
Are the natives friendly?"
John is doing well with his underground medical practice, when his sometime partner Bob calls him with a job. A job that changes everything.
Julie's boss wants to retire. Can she handle running the restaurant? Can Bob find her the help she needs?
Dee has come down with a terrible case of pedestrianism. Can Bob and the boys find the cure? Will she drive again?
Bringing Amelia home should be a cause for celebration, right? This is BSR we’re talking about. Our shepherd is aboard, and stirring things up. Come see Bob try and make peace, and get a little time in the shade.
John is taken hostage by desperate deserters. Can Dee save him with the power of sideways?
The residents of Shady Oaks need exercise. Can Snitz get the whole place on their feet?
Get the answers to these and other burning questions on the next episode of 'As the Frisbee Turns'.
The fleet needs to check into a beacon they found, but Bob thinks it might be more than it seems. Either way, it’s a hazard to navigation that needs to be seen to. Ride with the BSR fleet, as they find new friends, and old heroes.
Bob and friends come back to Earth for a little well-deserved R and R. Take a few nice walks in the woods, play a little paintball. Too bad it can’t be that easy. Too many people want Commonwealth tech, for them to ever have any peace.