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KOOK'S TOUR

Moe, Larry and Curly Joe retire, and embark on a fishing and camping trip to Yellowstone Park, Wyoming, and the wilderness rivers and lakes of Idaho.

The Stooges' last film began as a 1/2-hour television pilot for a syndicated, 39-episode travelogue series. Due to Larry's debilitating stroke which brought the Stooges' act to an end, portions were reshot, and all available footage was edited into a one-hour special for television, which was ultimately never broadcast.



Some filmographies list Don Lamond and Joan Howard Maurer as appearing in this film, but they do not.

An interview with James T. Flocker, the film's Director of Photography, was published in The Three Stooges Journal # 91 (Winter 1999). That same issue presents a detailed production history of KOOK'S TOUR, and its early home video history on Sears Cartrivision videocassette (1973) and Super 8mm (1975).

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Featuring
Moe, Larry and Curly Joe
Release Date
February 01, 1970
Studio
Normandy Productions
Production Type
TV Pilot
Duration
52 min.
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Shooting Days:   23 days   From: 1969-09-08   To: 1969-12-07

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  • "The arrow points half way. I don't know if it's half empty or half full." "Ah come on Moe." "...those old jokes."
    (Moe, Larry, Curly Joe)

  • "What are you gonna do?" "Nothin!" "Don't strain yourself."
    (Larry & Moe)


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  • During the final days of filming, on January 9, 1970, Larry Fine suffered a stroke which left him paralyzed on the left side of his body.
    Source: The Three Stooges Scrapbook
    Added by archiezappa on 2009-03-23 08:40:35
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SECTIONAL ONE: "PROGRAMME START AND OPENING CREDITS:" {BEGINNING}:

" 'KOOK'S TOUR' is the last known performance of 'The Three Stooges.' It was originally intended to be a pilot episode for a half-hour weekly travelogue series featuring the exploits of 'The Retired Stooges.' Unfortunately, before filming was completed, 'Larry Fine' suffered a debilitating stroke and was unable to continue with the project."

"Although several key shots with 'Larry' were unfinished, directour 'Mr. Norman Albert Maurer' was able to piece together a one hour version of the pilot by adding extensive nature footage and doubling for 'Larry's' hands in close-ups. 'Mr. Maurer hoped to sell it as a television special, but to date, it has never been broadcast. 'KOOK'S TOUR' received only limited distribution through the 8mm home movie market in the late 1970's."

"Sadly, time has not been kind to available prints of 'KOOK'S TOUR'. They were printed on an inexpensive and unstable film stock that, over time, fades or turns red. While the picture quality remains vibrant, some of the beautiful colour is now slightly muted or disappearing altogether. Oringinally shot in 16mm, no master prints of 'KOOK'S TOUR' have been located."

"The following presentation of 'KOOK'S TOUR' was made possible by 'Paul E. Gierucki' and 'John Andrew Coryell' who generously provided one of the few existing Super 8mm prints of the film. Great care has been taken during the film-to-tape transfer process to restore the colour and sound."

"Comedy III Entertainment, Inc. is now making this long unseen rarity available to collectours and fans in ordure to preserve the comedic contributions of 'The Three Stooges' in their final years."


COMPILATIONS OF CURLY-JOE; MOE; AND LARRY FEATURES: {Like to extend a sincere apology, not familiar with which ones they are from, sorry!}:

CLIP ONE: {We are seeing Curly-Joe; Moe; and Larry dressed in Egyptian style of Togas adorned in gold stars and leaves braiding. Larry is wearing a crown of leaves and weeds while Moe and Curly-Joe are wearing Egyptian style of caps with white stars rims. They are now standing in a spider and cob webbed dressed, dark, dank, cold, wet, eerie, and haunted dungeon with spiders all around as they are now in the process of getting socked in their kissers and stomachs by two large fists from through a wooden panelled wall}:

CLIP TWO: {We are now inside of their flat where we are seeing them cooking. Moe is sitting on the floor in front of their fireplace dressed in a pair of black casual trousers, white casual shirt, white casual jacket and black dress shoes. Moe now has a really wicked look on his face as Moe is now in the process of taking a dinner-sized piece of dishware and is madly cracking it over Curly-Joe's cocoanut. We are now seeing Curly-Joe kneeling in front of Moe dressed entirely in white casual wear and black dress shoes with a really hurt and dazed look on his face}:

CLIP THREE: {We are seeing Larry standing in a Photo-Shot Studio dressed in a pale grey jacket, pale grey dress shirt, black bow-tie, dark grey dress trousers, and black dress shoes in front of an Olde Fashioned Extension Camera with a really wide-eyed look of mischief of his face as Larry is now in the process of stating to Moe in a really mischievous tone of a voice------"Light her up!" We are now seeing Moe dressed in dungarees style of cover-alls and a long-sleeved stripped sweater standing in front of a steel tri-pod style of a camera lighting stand with a little tent over it as Moe is now supporting a really mischievous look on his face as Moe is now in the process of igniting a match-stick and then a miniature stick of dynamite. We are now seeing Moe still in his mischievous state as Moe is now dropping the dynamite stick onto the lighting stand tent causing it to ignite and explode. We are now seeing Curly-Joe and Larry standing there dressed in dark grey casual trousers, casual white long-sleeved shirts, and black dress shoes. They are now holding onto dining table chairs with really hurt and dazed looks on their faces as they are now in the process of getting smashed backwards into a brick wall from the impact of the explosion}:

CLIP FOUR: {We are now outside, inside on an olde barn where we are seeing Moe dressed in dark blue business attire, white dress shirt, blue and white stripped tie, black dress shoes, and a black Derby style of a hat sitting on a box in front of twelve sacks of feed corn and behind a goat. Moe is now desperately trying to milk the goat, he has the pail underneath the goat, but instead of getting the milk into the pail, he is now wildly squirting Larry with the milk. We are now seeing Larry sitting on the other side of the barn on three sacks of feed corn and behind a wooden crate with a dozen more sacks of feed corn behind him. Larry is also dressed in dark blue business attire, white dress shirt, blue and white stripped tie, black dress shoes, and a black Derby style of a hat. Larry now has a really perplexed look on his face from being squirted in the kisser with the goat's milk}:

CLIP FIVE: {We are still outside, inside of that same olde barn where we are now seeing Curly-Joe standing there dressed in dark grey business attire, white dress shirt, grey and white stripped tie, and black dress shoes. Curly-Joe is now in the process of sliding on the slippery milk drenched barn floor and is loosing his balance as Curly-Joe is now in the process of falling backwards into a brick wall with a really hurt and dazed look on his face}:

CLIP SIX: {We are now inside of a Prescriptions Centre where we are seeing Larry dressed in dark grey business attire, white dress shirt, grey and white stripped tie, and black dress shoes. Larry is sitting on the floor totally covered with shaving lather. We are now seeing Moe standing there dressed in a white Physicians coat, white long-sleeved dress shirt, black bow-tie, black dress trousers, and black dress shoes. Moe now has a relly wicked look on his face as Moe is now in the process of getting cremated in his kisser by a flying pawful of the shaving lather from a very irate Larry}:

CLIP SEVEN: {We are now outside, inside of a storage warehouse where we are seeing Moe and Curly-Joe standing there. Curly-Joe is dressed in dark blue business attire, white dress shirt, blue and white patterned tie, and black dress shoes. Moe is standing there dressed in dark grey business attire, white dress shirt, grey and white stripped tie, and black dress shoes. Curly-Joe is now in the process of wildly squirting Moe with a fireman's style of a hose. Moe now has a really hurt and dazed look on his face as Moe is now shouting to Curly-Joe in a really disgusted tone of a voice----"That's it, give it to me, olde boy, okay!"}:

CLIP EIGHT: {We are now getting a quick glimpse of that same olde barn where we are still seeing Moe sitting on his box and is still wildly squirting goat's milk all over the place}:

CLIP NINE: {We are still outside, inside of that same olde barn where we are now seeing a couple of chickens sitting on a high roost. They are now in the process of getting squirted with the goat's milk from the wild goat milk spraying Moe. The chickens are now loudly cackling in a thorough state of madness and disgust}:

CLIP TEN: {We are still outside, inside of that same olde barn where we are once again seeing Curly-Joe standing there dressed in dark grey business attire, white dress shirt, grey and white patterned tie, and black dress shoes. Curly-Joe is now once again sliding on the thoroughly slippery milk saturated barn floor and is once again loosing his balance and is falling backwards into a brick wall again, underneath the very irate chickens. The chickens are now in the process of madly bombarding Curly-Joe on his cocoanut with a half of a dozen cackle fruits. Curly-Joe now has a dazed look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating in a really disgusted tone of a voice------"Eeeeeep-Yoooooop; Eeeeeep-Yoooooop; Eeeeeep-Yoooooop; Eeeeeep-Yoooooop; Eeeeeep-Yoooooop; Eeeeeep-Yoooooop; Eeeeeep-Yoooooop; Eeeeeep-Yoooooop; Eeeeeep-Yoooooop; Eeeeeep-Yoooooop'!}:

CLIP ELEVEN: {We are now back inside of that same Prescriptions Centre where we are seeing Moe still dressed in his white Physicians coat, white long-sleeved dress shirt, black bow-tie, black dress trousers, and black dress shoes. Moe now has a really hurt and disgusted look on his face as Moe is now in the process of sliding on the shaving lather coated floor and is falling backwards hard to the floor on his keester}:

CLIP TWELVE: {We are now in a totally darkened room where we are seeing Curly-Joe standing there dressed in dark blue business attire, white dress shirt, blue and white patterned tie, and black dress shoes igniting a match-stick to see where he is going as we are now seeing Moe standing there dressed in a plaid suit jacket, white dress shirt, stripped tie, black dress trousers, and black dress shoes. Moe now has a really dazed look on his face as Moe is also holding onto a lit match-stick as Moe is now in the process of wildly getting socked in his kisser by Larry's fist}:

CLIP THIRTEEN: {We are still in that same totally darkened room where we are seeing Curly-Joe standing there still dressed in dark blue business attire, white dress shirt, blue and white patterned tie and black dress shoes holding onto an ignited match-stick with a really dazed look on his face as Moe is now in the process of being nice and kind to Curly-Joe and is now in a state of courteousness and is cracking a wine bottle over Curly-Joe's cocoanut}:

CLIP FOURTEEN: {We are still in that same totally darkened room where we are seeing Larry standing there with an ignited match-stick in his hand and is dressed in dark grey business attire, white dress shirt, grey and white stripped tie, and black dress shoes with a really disgusted look on his face as Moe is now approaching Larry from behind him holding onto a lit match-stick as Moe is now in the process of being sweet, kind, and loving to Larry as Moe is now in the process of christening Larry over his cocoanut with a wine bottle}:

CLIP FIFTEEN: {We are now back outside, inside of that same olde storage warehouse where we are seeing 'Two Pretty Wet And Bedraggled Stooges', Curly-Joe and Moe. Curly-Joe is still dressed in dark blue business attire, white dress shirt, blue and white stripped tie, and black dress shoes. Moe is standing there still dressed in dark grey business attire, white dress shirt, grey and white stripped tie, and black dress shoes. Moe is now standing in front of Curly-Joe in a thorough state of disgust as Moe is now rapidly and dementedly applying good hard cracks to Curly-Joe's cocoanut with his fists from being sprayed with the fireman's hose}:

CLIP SIXTEEN: {We are now outside where we are seeing Moe; Curly-Joe; and Larry riding in a four horse drawn stage-coach with the horses running wildly in a strate of fright as we are now seeing the stage-coach hitting a pile of rocks and dislodging from the horses and totally discenegrating as the horses are now running off in a total state of fear and panic}:

CLIP SEVENTEEN: {We are now back inside of that same Prescriptions Centre where we are seeing a sign hanging on a wall that states as follows: 'PLACE YOUR ORDURE WITH US, FINE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE.' We are now seeing Moe standing there still dressed in his white Physicians coat, long-sleeved white dress shirt, black bow-tie, and black dress shoes. Moe is standing betwixt LARRY: {Dressed in a pale grey casual jacket, pale grey dress shirt, black long-tie, dark grey casual trousers, and black dress shoes}: CURLY-JOE: {Dressed in beige workman's clothing, black bow-tie, and black dress shoes}: Moe is now totally disgusted with the two of them as Moe is now reaching at first behind himself and cracks Larry hard on his cocoanut with a pestle. Moe is now standing in front of Curly-Joe and is looking at him in a full blown state of disgust as Moe is now cracking Curly-Joe over his cocoanut with the same pestle as Moe is yelling dementedly to Curly-Joe------"Crim won't do it!"}:

CLIP EIGHTEEN: {We are now inside of an office complex where we are seeing LARRY: {Dressed in dark grey casual trousers, white dress shirt, and black dress shoes}: MOE: {Dressed in black dress trousers, white dress shirt, black dress vest, and black dress shoes}: CURLY-JOE: {Dressed in pale grey business attire, white dress shirt, black bow-tie and black dress shoes}: They are now in the process of playing croquette, as they were suppose to be repairing a busted furnace heater. They are using sledge-hammers as the mallets, and iron rods shaped like horse shoes as the hoops. We are now seeing Larry kneeling on the floor holding onto one of the hoops as Curly-Joe is now in the process of trying to hit a large iron ball through one of the hoops as Curly-Joe is now missing the ball as is now hitting Moe hard on his right knee with his mallet. We are now seeing Moe turning around and yelling loudly in demented pain, 'Yeowh-Yeowh-Yeowh-Yeowh-Yeowh-Yeowh-Yeowh-Yeowh-Yeowh-Yeowh,' as Moe has now taken his mallet and has cracked Curly-Joe's cocoanut with it}:

CLIP NINETEEN: {We are now outside on the totally out of control horses and stage-coach. As we are now seeing the horses running at full tilt in total scaredness as they are now running fastlly betwixt two trees and is now dislodging the stage-coach and completely demolishing it as the horses are now running scared witless into the wild blue yonder}:

CLIP TWENTY: {We are now back inside of that same olde spider and cob webbed dressed, dark, dank, cold, wet, eerie, and haunted dungeon with spiders all around where we are once again seeing Moe; Larry; and Curly-Joe standing there dressed in their Egyptian Togas all with really hurt and scared looks on their faces. They are now in the process of trying to make a jail break. Curly-Joe is standing there behind Moe holding onto a monkey-wrench and Larry is standing at the cell bars holding onto a chisel as Moe is now in the process of trying to hit the chisel with a sledge-hammer. Moe is now missing his mark and hits Curly-Joe first hard on his cocoanut with it and then hard on Larry's right hand as we are now seeing Larry standing there shaking and rubbing his sore hand and is yelling dementedly in pain; 'Yeowh-Ouch; Yeowh-Ouch; Yeowh-Ouch; Yeowh-Ouch; Yeowh-Ouch; Yeowh-Ouch, Yeowh-Ouch; Yeowh-Ouch; Yeowh-Ouch; Yeowh-Ouch', as Larry is now kindly cracking Moe over his cocoanut with the chisel}:

CLIP TWENTY-ONE: {We are now inside the labouratory of a mad and demented scientist where we are seeing LARRY: {Dressed in dark grey coloured trousers, long-sleeved dark grey causl shirt, and black dress shoes}: MOE: {Dressed in a white suit jacket, white dress shirt, black long-tie, black dress trousers, and black dress shoes}: CURLY-JOE: {Dressed in beige casual trousers, long-sleeve beige casual shirt, and black dress shoes}: Larry is now approaching in a state of curiosity mischief a twin-sized bed that has live, really wicked wires attached to it as the wires are now shooting sparks in every direction as there is a corpse snoozing on the bed. We are now seeing a machine with wires, light bulbs, and hot batteries attached to it as the wires are now wickedly shooting sparks in every direction that it can think of. We are now seeing Curly-Joe in a full blown state of mischievous curiosity approaching one of the very live wires as Curly-Joe is getting ready to touch it we are now seeing Moe cremating Curly-Joe over his cocoanut with a mallet and Moe is yelling to Curly-Joe in a panicking tone of a voice------"Look out, the wire!"}:

CLIP TWENTY-TWO: {We are now back inside of that same Prescriptions Centre where we are seeing Moe still dressed in his white Physicians coat, long-sleeved white dress shirt, black bow-tie, black dress trousers, and black dress shoes. And, LARRY: {Dressed in a pale grey sports jacket, dark grey dress shirt, black long-tie, dark grey dress trousers, and black dress shoes}: Both Moe and Larry are kneeling on the floor amongst the shaving lather as Moe is now totally disgusted with Larry for cremating his kisser with the shaving lather as Moe is now being sweet to Larry and returning the favour back to Larry as Moe is now disgustingly taking a pawful of the shaving lather and is now in the process of preparing Larry's kisser for a shave with it}:

CLIP TWENTY-THREE: {We are now driving down a very well street light lit neighbourhood road at night. We are now seeing Moe; Larry; and Curly-Joe crashing their automobile through the window of a 'Rich Pigs Mansion' as they are now totally demolishing the front quarters of the mansion and is sending a Butler who is dressed in a white duck-tail style of a jacket, white dress shirt, black bow-tie, black tuxedo style of trousers, and black dress shoes holding onto a sterling silver serving tray diving for cover underneath a small end table. We are now back inside of their automoscovel where we are seeing the three of them sitting there with disgusted looks on their faces dressed in white dress shirts, dark blue dress trousers, and blue and white stripped ties, and black dress shoes. Moe is now in a total state of outrage as Moe is now slapping Larry first on his face and then his cocoanut as Moe is now wickedly shouting at Larry------"Come on, what's the matter with you guys?" Moe is now turning in the direction of Curly-Joe as Moe is hitting Curly-Joe a good one over his cocoanut as Moe is now wickedly shouting at Curly-Joe------"What's the matter with you guys? What's the matter, can't you think any quicker?" Moe is now in the process of wickedly cracking Larry and Curly-Joe over their cocoanuts, boinking them in their stomachs, and viciously honking their bugles. Curly-Joe is now yelling loudly to Moe as Moe is now cremating his kisser a good one; "Yeowh, cut that out Moe, cut that out will ya?" We are now seeing both Larry and Curly-Joe totally disgusted with Moe as they are now sweetly and kindly returning the favours back to Moe as they are now dementedly cracking Moe on his cocoanut with their fists, boinking him dementedly in his stomach and kisser, giving him several 'Famous Eyepokes,' and viciously honking his bugle}:

THE END:


WE ARE NOW IN THE PROCESS OF MEETING 'THE THREE STOOGES': {As You Are Now Looking At Your Viewing Screen}:


CURLY-JOE: {Standing at your left. Dressed in a royal blue coloured suit jacket, white turtle neck sweater, cross necklace, black dress trousers, brown belt, and black dress shoes and is smoking a stogie}:

MOE: {Standing in the middle. Dressed in a royal blue and beige plaid suit jacket, royal blue coloured turtle neck sweater, black dress trousers, black dress shoes, and a black belt}:

LARRY: {Standing at your right. Dressed in a pale grey and dark grey plaid suit jacket, white turtle neck sweater, dark grey dress trousers, black belt, dark grey coloured decorative handkerchief in his upper suit jacket pocket, necklace, and black dress shoes}:


MOE: {As he is standing there with a really happy look on his face as Moe is stating in a happy but yet serious tone of a voice as he is now waving his hand in kindness}: "Hiya, remember us? That's how we made our living for fifty consecutive years!"

LARRY: {As he is also standing there with a huge grin on his face as Larry is also stating in a happy but yet serious tone of a voice}: "Yeah, and we got the scars to prove it!"

CURLY-JOE: {As he is standing there also with a big and happy grin on his face as he is now pointing a finger at himself and is still smoking his stogie and also stating in a happy but yet serious tone of a voice}: "And, I still got a few of the aches and pains!"

MOE: {As Moe has now given both Larry and Curly-Joe really happy smiles and is stating in a happy but yet serious tone of a voice}: "Yep, for a half of a century we've been stars, and suddenly we realised that although our work took us around the world, we never got to see anything but the inside of our dressing rooms!"

CURLY-JOE: {As Curly-Joe is standing there still smoking his stogie and has a happy and mischievous look on his face as he is stating in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "And, what do you think we did?"

LARRY; CURLY-JOE; and MOE: {As they are all standing there with mischievous smiles on their faces as they are stating in unison using mischievous tones of voices}: "WE QUIT!"


NORMANDY PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS: "KOOK'S TOUR:" {Normandy Productions, Inc. © MCMLXX}: STARRING: "THE THREE STOOGES:"


We are now getting a far shot of Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe standing on their front yard amongst the following different 'CAMPING PARAPHERNALIA'S'

{Several Food Cooler Chests}: {Several Large Cold Beverage Thermos Jugs}: {Several Large Hot Beverage Thermos Jugs}: {A 'Coleman' Portable Petroleum Lantern}: {A 'Coleman' Portable Sterno-Petroleum Cooking Stove}: {Miniature Petroleum Barbequing Grillé}: {Several Infaltable Seating Cushions}: {Folding Portable Lawn Chairs And Stools}: {Several Pairs Of Fishing Waders}: {Fishing Reels}: {A Small Motorized Scooter}: {A Small Portable Vacuum Sweeper}: {Several Large Pails For Motor Petroleum}: {Several Large Pails For Natural Petroleum}: {A 'Coleman' Pup Tent}: {A Folding Portable Card Table}: {A 'Have-A-Heart'; {Humane}; Animal Trap}: {A Fishing Lures Box}:

SEVERAL SEALED BOXES OF GOODIES:

BOX A: {Torches-{Flashlights?}}: {A Victor Brand Rat Trap}: {Chain-Saw}: {An Axe}: {A Hachette}: {Several Portable Battery Chargers}: {Several Packages Of Disposable Dishware}: {Several Packages Of Disposable Eating Utensils}:

BOX B: {'Dutch Delft' Patterned Fine Chinaware}: {A White Linen and Lace Trimmed Table Spread}: {White Linen And Lace Serviettés}: {Sterling Silver Eating Utensils}: {Several Sacks Of Barbequing Briquettes}:

BOX C: {Sterling Silver Candleposts}: {Sterling Silver Stemmed And Cut Crystal Wine Goblet's}: {Cut Crystal Salt And Pepper Shakers}: {A Cut Crystal Butter Tray}: {Two Pink Candlesticks}: {Several Bottles Of Vintage Red Wine}: {Several Containers Of Breading Crumbs}:

BOX D: {Several Different Types of Cooking Condiments; {Salt And Pepper; Mustard And Ketchup; Worcestershire Sauce}}: {A White Chef's Coat And Hat}: {A Pie Tin}: {Everyday Chinaware Coffee Cups And Dishware}: {Different Barbequing Utensils; {Tongs, Food Flipper, Chef's Knives; Two-Pronged Barbequing Fork}}: {A Portable Boogie-Woogie Box}:

We are now seeing Moe; Larry; and Curly-Joe loading their dual-coloured red and white Dodge Van at a happy and rapid pace with all of their different camping thingies: {As they were loading up their van we were hearing 'CHARGE' played}:

We are now seeing Moe standing there at their van with his right hand on the door knob as Moe is now whistling loudly and happily.

MOE to MOOSE: {As Moe is still whistling loudly and happily}: "Moose, here, Moose!"

We are now getting a shot of their front porch as we are now in the process of meeting 'Moose,' a beautiful, sweet, eleganté, and charming eighty pound 'Black Labrador Retriever'.

We are now seeing Larry; Curly-Joe; Moose; and Moe in their van as they are now in the process of disembarking for their different outdoors adventures. Moe is behind the driving wheel and he is toting behind their van a thirty-six foot, outboard motor, Sea-Ray boat.

They are now travelling down a lovely scenic neighbourhood road on a mainly over-casted early Spring morning. We are seeing in the distance several lovely various shades of grey mountains, with snow swatches on them that are a pale blue-grey mainly in colouring as they are show a really muted hueing in pale yellow and pale peachish-lavender. Plus the snow swatches are trying their ever loving best to let off a slight diamond lustre through the over-casted skyeline. Plus on the mountains are dusting of rich, deep, dark gree, lovely evergreen trees, that look black in hueing from being in a really shaded location and the over-casted skyeline, as they are trying to show a slight lustrating of pale yellow, pale peach, purple, and red. Plus the landscaping in front of the different personal houses is a rolling landscape of beige sandy ground, with a light pale pink hueing. Lovely quarry and shale rocks that are dark grey and hued in a rusty-brown, dark yellow, orange, and purple. Plus there are some scrub-trees, that are a really deep, rich, dark green in colouring that have black castings from the over-casted skyeline and are hued in a muted red, purple, pear yellow, and lavenderish-peachish-brown. Plus there is a lovely white pickett fencing outlining both sides of the road way, plus a few Yucca Plants, that have white and deep purple flowers on them. As they are now travelling down that same lovely road way we are now getting another glimpse of some more shale, quarry, and marble rocks. Mainly dark grey in colouring, as the shale and quarry rocks are showing a very light and muted hueing of purple, teal-blue, orange, and canary yellow. While the marble rocks are hued in dark red, olive green, and black. Plus we are now seeing some really beautiful tall, dark, deep green, palm trees hued in a muted yellow, red, brown, and orange outlining some ot the road way. Plus to the west we are now seeing some more gorgeous mountains, that are covered slightly with diamond dancing snow swatches, a pale blue-grey-lavenderish misty haze is now rising off of them, plus they are wall-to-wall decorated in dark green scrub-trees with a weak orange, lavender, red, and pale yellow hueing. Plus there is another section of landscaping that is a sandy beige ground covering with a beautiful dark green with tiny purple flowers of Pac Sandra. Plus one last very far off collection of evergreen trees that look black from being in a really secluded and shaded location as they have a really weak ribbonning hueing of weak yellow, purple, red, rust, and teal-blue colourings.

They are now exiting onto the very ugly and depressing eight lane congested Los Angeles highways. But we are sorta getting a tinch of beauty as we are seeing in a really far distance some more mountains that are a really pale slivery grey with a blue-silvery misty haze dissipating off of them as the sun is now becoming more vibrant in the skye as it is now trying it's darndest to break throug the Cumulous Clouds and the Los Angeles smog to make it a bright and lovely day. Plus on the right side of the highway is a steel guarding rail that has some green scrub-trees decorating it. On the left side of the highway we are now seeing some pretty brown scrub-covering that is hued in dark-yellow, rust-brown, purple, and peach. Plus some pretty lavender, purple, yellow, pink, and peach; {all pale colours}; scrub-flowers.

We are now seeing Moe, Curly-Joe, Larry, and Moose now arriving at the Los Angeles aireport as they are now disembarking from their van as they are now being happily greeted by 'A Pilot' from another flight dressed in a dark blue coloured formal uniform and wearing a dark blue cap with a golden insignia on it.

Plus 'The Tickets Clerk' who is dressed in a pea-green coloured blazer, pea-green micro-mini length skirt, pea-green-yellow-black-and-white stripped turtle neck sweater, and black opaqué coloured stockings and red pump style of shoes.

Plus by "Three Lovely Stewardesses' who are dressed in vibrant red coloured blazers, vibrant red micro-mini length skirts, black-red-pea-green-white-and-yellow stripped boat neck style of shirts and black-red-pea-green-white-and-yellow scarves tied around their necks, yellow hats with black-pea-green-white-and-red bands on them and flesh coloured stockings and red pump style of shoes.

We are now seeing Moe happily shaking hands with 'The Pilot' as Curly-Joe and Larry are now supplying autographed Photo-Shots of themselves to 'The Pilot' and 'The Four Lovely Ladies'. Moe is now also supplying autographed Photo-Shots of himself to 'The Pilot' and 'The Four Lovely Ladies'.

We are now seeing one of the yard-hands driving their van and boat to automatic lifts to be put on board their 'Trans World Aireways' Cargo-Plane. We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, Larry, and Moose running happily to catch-up with their boat and van.

Moe now has turned around quickly and is giving 'The Four Lovely Ladies' really sweet smiles and threw them some kisses of good-byes as Moe has now given 'The Pilot' a good-bye salute.

We are now getting a far shot of 'The Four Lovely Ladies' and 'The Pilot' as they are smiling happily and are giving some more big waves of good-byes.

We are now seeing Moe, Larry, Curly-Joe, and Moose standing next to their Cargo-Plane as Moe and Larry are looking at Curly-Joe with dazed looks on their faces as Curly-Joe is now using hand gestures; {Drawing a rectangle}; to describe the size of the automatic lift, as Curly-Joe is now using more hand gestures; {Raising them upwards}; to show how the automatic lift works that is now putting both their van and boat aboard their Cargo-Plane

We are now seeing one of the yard-hands inside of their van behind the driving wheel while there are two more standing on the boarding lift as they are now in the process of making sure their van is tucked in bed safely on their Cargo-Plane.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, Moose, and Larry running at a rapid pace up a set of boarding stairs and are now getting on their boat. Curly-Joe, Larry, Moose, and Moe are now safely board their boat as they are now supplying some more huge, happy good-bye smiles, waves, and kisses of good-byes to 'The Four Lovely Ladies' and 'The Pilot'.

We are now seeing 'The Four Lovely Ladies' and 'The Pilot' as they are now giving back to 'The Four Stooges' happy good-bye smiles, waves, and kisses.

We are now getting a far shot of one of the yard-hands as they are now in the process of boarding their boat as 'The Four Stooges' are standing there in their boat and is boarding it.

We are now getting a really quick glimpse of 'The Four Lovely Ladies' and 'The Pilot' as they are now watching in care as 'The Four Stooges' and their boat are now being safely boarded.

We are now once again in the distance are seeing 'The Four Stooges' giving 'The Four Lovely Ladies' and 'The Pilot' some more good-bye waves and kisses.

We are now seeing the automatic lift and the boarding stairs that have boarded tuem and their boat disembarking from the loading area. We are now seeing 'The Four Stooges' standing on the entrance ramp to their room quarters as they are now supplying their next to absolute final waves and kisses of good-byes to 'The Four Lovely Ladies' and 'The Pilot.'

We are now seeing 'The Four Lovely Ladies' and 'The Pilot' standing on the drive-way area as they are now supplying some more almost final happy waves, smile, and kisses of good-byes to 'The Four Stooges.'

We are now seeing the automatic door to 'The Four Stooges' plane quarters now starting to shut-down as they are now bending at their waists to supply 'The Four Lovely Ladies' and 'The Pilot' now with their second to almost last happy smiles, big waves, and good-bye kisses.

We are now getting one last and absolute final shot of 'The Four Lovely Ladies' and 'The Pilot' as they are now once and for all supplying their really final big happy smiles, waves, and kisses of good-byes to 'The Four Stooges'.

We are now seeing the automatic door to their plane quarters three-quarters of the way shut as 'The Four Stooges' are now down on their hands and knees as they are once and for all giving 'The Four Lovely Ladies' and 'The Pilot' their absolute final quick smiles, waves, and happy good-bye kisses.

SECTIONAL ONE: "PROGRAMME START AND OPENING CREDITS:" {ENDING}:


SECTIONAL TWO: "SNAKE RIVER:" {BEGINNING}:

Their Cargo-Plane is now successfully aireborne as we are now in the plane quarters of Moe where we are seeing him sitting at his desk with the following office materials on the desk: {An Appointments Notebook}: {A Nameplate}: {Stacks Of Paper}: {Travelling Brochures}: {A Pens And Pencils Cup}: {An Ashes Tray}: {An Ink Blotter}: and {A Walkie-Talkie}:

BEHIND MOE WE ARE SEEING: {A Large Poster Of A Younger Moe}: {Some Lobby Cards Of Various Short Subjects And Features}: {A Bed}: {A Dresser}: {A Dressing Stand}: {A Water Closet}: {A Stool}: {A Telescope}: {His Luggage Boxes}: {Some Clothing On His Bed}:

Moe is now sitting at his desk dressed in a pair of light grey coloured casual trousers, a pale yellow V-Neck sweater, a pale grey and yellow coloured plaid shirt, a black belt, and black dress shoes, as he is holding a small object in his left hand plus he is now putting his hands over his ears as he is now looking at the ceiling of his plane quarters with a hurt look on his face as he is now in the process of trying to drowned out the loud noises of their Cargo-Plane becoming aireborne.

MOE NARRATING: {As Moe is sitting at his desk with a wiry smile on his face and still holding the small object in his left hand}: {"Swhoo, hunh, sure saved a lot of driving on those crowded highways. See this? This is a straw, a short one, and I drew it. So, lucky Larry's at Palm Springs relaxing at a pool. Curly-Joe's in sunny Miami visiting relatives. And, I'm here in the noisy city to tell you a story of our first adventure in the great outdoors. After we disembarked from our campground in the skye, we headed right for the fabulous 'Louis and Clarke Country' in 'Southern Idaho,' and it all started with this walkie-talkie when I pressed this button and said, ehy!"}: {Here we are seeing Moe picking up his walkie-talkie and is now in the process of communicating with Cury-Joe}:

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is still sitting at his desk and is stating to Curly-Joe in a serious tone of a voice via his walkie-talkie}: "Curly-Joe, it's Moe, do you read me?"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now responding back to Moe in a serious tone of a voice via his walkie-talkie}: "This is Curly-Joe, I read you loud and clear, over!" {Here we are seeing Moe with a look of grimace on his face as he is now in the process of flinching a tad from the loud static feedback of Curly-Joe's walkie-talkie. We are now seeing Moe getting ready to administer one of his 'Famous Eyepokes' to Curly-Joe through his walkie-talkie as Moe is now catching himself and stopping himself from completeing it}:

MOE NARRATING: {"Oooooops, pardon me, hunh, I gotta becareful with those olde habits. Well, the fun really started when I said to Curly-Joe}:

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is still sitting at his desk with a sheepish look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a serious tone of a voice via his walkie-talkie}: "Curly-Joe, how I'm doin'? How I'm doin', Curly-Joe?"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe walking backwards and paying never no mind to where he was heading on a boat launching ramp dressed in a pair of navy blue casual trousers, short-sleeved casual light blue shirt, navy blue baseball style of a cap, and a pair of navy blue sneakers.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is saying to Moe via the walkie-talkie and is still walking backwards and still paying never no mind to his final destination in a serious tone of a voice and a serious look on his face}: "Okay, Moe, come on back, slowly, thata boy, you're doin' fine Moe, fine, keep her comin'. You know me, I'm the Navigator Boy. Just leave it to me, I know what it's all about, that's it come on back, come on back there!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As we are seeing Moe sitting behind the driving wheel of their van backing up the boat and trailer and is getting ready to launch their boat. Moe is now looking backwards our of the window, as Moe has his left arm hanging out the window and is resting it on the door well and he is holding onto his walkie-talkie. Moe is dressed in a pair of dungaress, a long-sleeved black-white-and-navy-blue coloured plaid shirt, navy blue jacket, a black Captain's cap with a golden insignia on it, and a pair of black sneakers as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a really devious and mischievous tone of a voice}: "Okay, Admiral Blimp!"

We are now getting a quick glimpse of their boat as we are now seeing Larry standing up in the boat with a really happy look on his face as Larry is now happily giving Moe the 'Okay Signal'. Moose is hanging over the side of their boat with a really happy look on his face as Moose is now crying in glee at the anticipation of going for a boat ride.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now still walking backwards and is still paying never no mind to where he is going is stating to Moe via his walkie-talkie in a serious tone of a voice}: "Leave it to me boy. I know what I'm doin,' atta boy, just come straight back, atta boy, come on, come on slowly. Leave it up to me, that's it, come on, come that's------hey-hey-hey-hey-hey-hey; hup-hup-hup-hup-hup-hup; hey-hey-hey-hey-hey-hey!"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe backing into the beautiful pristine, clear, dark blue waters of 'The Snake River' as he is now loosing his balance and is falling backwards and is struggling to get up as he is trying to not get his walkie-talkie wet. As Curly-Joe was now backing up into the beautiful 'Snake River' he is now churning up some of the beautiful sandy bottoms and is putting a peach hueing to the waters.

This is taking place on a really gorgeous early Spring day, the skye is totally cloudless, the sun is in full shine, miles of beautiful mountains that are mainly grey in colouring as they are being hued in pale pink, rust-brown, pear-yellow, and black. Plus the snow swatches that are caressing the creviouses of the mountains are twinkling like millions of tiny little diamonds. Plus there is a tundra like, beige coloured rolling landscape that is being hued in a dark chocolate brown, olive green, and lavender. Plus there is a small clumping of rich, deep, dark green scrub-trees that have a muted hueing of dark orange and yellow. Plus there is also a tiny clumping of scrub-ground covering in a rich, chocolate brown colouring, with a hueing of pale yellow. Plus along the rivers edge is a layered collection of shale rocks that are a rich vibrant orange in colouring. Plus we are also seeing a few Sea-Gulls in the distance standing there on a sandy beige ground with a few white and red scrub-flowers dotting it. The Sea-Gulls are now watching and laughing at them and their boat launching expedition.

LARRY to MOOSE: {As Larry is standing in their boat clutching his hands in fear as he now has a look of hurt on his face as he is gently pushing Moose off of their boat and in the direction of 'The Snake River' is stating to Moose in a worried tone of a voice}: "Hunh-hunh-hunh-hunh. He lost his hat, go get it Moose!"

We are now seeing Moose jumping oof of their boat and is in the process of fetching Curly-Joe's hat in pride as we also are seeing Curly-Joe struggling in the water to regain his balance.

CURLY-JOE to MOE, LARRY, and MOOSE: {As Curly-Joe is still struggling to get on the shoreline as he is asking them in a worried tone of a voice}: "What's going on, hey!?"

We are now on the shoreline where we are seeing Moe still dressed in his dungarees, black-white-and-navy-blue plaid shirt, black belt, black sneakers, navy blue casual jacket, and his Captains cap. Plus Larry is standing there dressed in a pair of light grey casual trousers, grey-red-purple-and-white plaid casual long-sleeved casual shirt, light grey casual jacket, black sneakers, and a red and white hat that is decorated with fishing lures.

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is looking at Moe with a really hurtful look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a really worried tone of a voice}: "He's liable to drowned!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is standing there with his hands in his front dungarees pockets and a mischievous look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Are you kiddin'? With all that blubber, he'll float!"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe successfully on shore as we are also seeing Moose coming to the shoreline as Moose is now proudly giving Larry Curly-Joe's hat in pride as Moose is now shaking water off of himself.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now safely on shore and has a sad look on his face as Curly-Joe is pointing a finger at Moe in madness as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a mad tone of a voice}: "I heard that remark Moe. It wasn't my fault, somebody pushed me right over there!" {We are now seeing Curly-Joe pointing to a pile of rocks where he lost his balance at last}:

MOE to LARRY and CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now pointing a finger at their boat and is stating to them in a mischievous manner}: "Let's launch the ship!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is looking at Moe with a happy look on his face as Curly-Joe is using a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Oh-yeah; oh-yeah; oh-yeah; oh-yeah; oh-yeah; oh-yeah; launch the ship; oh-yeah; oh-yeah; oh-yeah; oh-yeah; oh-yeah; oh-yeah, launch the ship, that's a good idea!"

We are now seeing Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe standing waist deep in the beautiful deep, dark, blue waters of 'The Snake River' as they are now in the process of getting ready to {try and} launch their ship.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now handing Curly-Joe the instructions notes pages and Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a happy tone of a voice}: "You read the instructions, I'll do it!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now in the process of taking the instructions notes pages from Moe and is now in the process of unfolding them as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a serious tone of a voice}: "The instructions, yeah, all righty, all righty. It says to be sure and secure the bowline prior to releasing the winch cable!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now tapping Larry on his right arm and is stating to Larry in a serious tone of a voice}: "Get the bowline!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now giving Moe a mad look and is stating to Moe in a mad tone of a voice}: "You're gonna do the work, ehy?"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now pointing to the bowline and is giving Larry a mean look and Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a mad tone of a voice}: "The bowline! Come on, the bowline, the bowline, that's it!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry now has a mad look on his face and Larry is stating to Curly-joe in a low and mad tone of a voice as Larry is now handing Curly-Joe the bowline}: "All right, here, okay!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now holding onto the bowline and is reading the instructions notes pages in a serious tone of a voice}: "once the bowline is secure release the winch, and the boat will slide into the water!" {Here we are seeing Curly-Joe using sideways hand motion to show their boat sliding into the waters}:

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now tapping Larry once again on his right shoulder as Moe is stating to Larry in a serious tone of a voice as Moe is also using hand gestures to show their boat sliding into the waters}: "Release the winch, and the boat will slide into the water!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now in the process of releasing the winch and is stating to Moe in a serious tone of a voice}: "RIGHT!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at Larry with a carrying look on his face as Curly-Joe is still holding onto the bowline and is stating to Larry in a carrying tone of a voice}: "That's it, thata boy, okay, that's it, there, there, slide into the water, there, haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa; there, heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee!"

We are now seeing Larry and Curly-Joe taking their boat off of the the trailer and are now sliding it into the waters.

We are now seeing Moose sitting on a beautiful shoreline of some dark green evergreen trees that are hued in dark red, orange, and yellow. A beautiful cloudless bright pale blue skye with the sun in full shine and a couple of distant mountains that are a rich dark grey with a hueing of beige, orange, and deep purple as the few little snow swatches are smiling joyfully as they are letting off their diamond lustre.

Curly-Joe is now in the process of walking their boat out into deep enough waters to release it as he is now once again churning up the sandy bottoms of the beautiful deep, rich dark blue waters of 'The Snake River' and is once again casting a peach hueing to it.

CURLY-JOE: {As Curly-Joe is now walking their boat out and is still churning up the beautiful dark blue 'Snake River' and putting a peach hueing to it as Curly-Joe is stating to himself in a serious tone of a voice}: "What, did you do to those things?"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is looking at Larry with a serious look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a serious tone of a voice}: "We gotta get that slack up, I'll flip the leaver!"

We are now seeing Larry reaching for the leaver to try and be helpful to Moe as Larry is now turning it counter clockwise and is smashing Moe's left hand hard with it.

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now rubbing his sore hand is looking at Larry with a demented look of madness as Moe is now shouting at Larry in a really wicked and demented tone of a voice}: "Yeowh, Imbeciles, for fifty years I've been surrounded with Imbeciles, and I'm; I'm; still surrounded with Imbeciles. Where's that fatso with the instruction book?"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe now has a really evil look on his face as Moe is yelling meanly to Curly-Joe}: "Come here, fatso!"

We are now seeing 'THE FEATHER BRAINED IMBECILE' Curly-Joe letting go of the bowline and letting their boat sail off by itself as Curly-Joe is now approaching Moe in a state of madness.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now approaching Moe in a state of sadness as he is stating to Moe in a sad but yet mad tone of a voice}: "Fatso, hunh! All right I heard that, I heard that Moe! I use to get paid alot of money for taking your insults, but no more buddy boy, no more, no more!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is standing in the beautiful 'Snake River' with a really hurt look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a mad tone of a voice in Curly-Joe's defence}: "He's right, we're 'EX-STOOGES', and we outta start acting like 'EX-STOOGES'!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is looking at Moe with a really hurt look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a low and really hurtful tone of a voice}: "YEAH!"

MOE to LARRY and CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now looking at the water with a slight sheepish and embarrassed look on his face as Moe is stating to them in an embarrassed tone of a voice and slightly sheepish}: "Well, unh, well sometimes, I-I-I-I-I-I; aiah-aiah-aiah-aiah-aiah-aiah!!!!!!!!!!!!" {Here we are seeing Moe with a wide bugged eyed look of fear and panic on his face as Moe now has noticed their boat sailing off with out them}:

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is looking at Curly-Joe with a really wicked look on his face as Moe is yelling at Curly-Joe in a really wicked tone of a voice}: "Dumbie, you turned the boat loose!"

LARRY to MOOSE: {As Larry is pointing a finger at Moose and is shouting to Moose in a really worried tone of a voice}: "Hey, Moose, go get the boat!"

Here we are seeing Moose sitting on a beautiful set of layered shale rocks that are mainly brown in colouring as they are hued in dark green, lavender, and a muted red as we are seeing the beautiful rich, deep, dark blue waters of 'The Snake River' with the sun shining on it that looks like a full white moon.

We are now seeing Moose saving the day for those 'THREE LUGHEADS' as he is running joyfully into 'The Snake River' and is fetching their boat in pride and is bringing it to shore for them: {As Moose was in the process of proudfully fetching their boat for them we were hearing 'STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER' being played}:

CURLY-JOE to MOOSE: {As Curly-Joe is now yelling at Moose in a totally happy tone of a voice}: "Bring it in Moose!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now totally happy and is stating to Moe in a really happy tone of a voice}: "He's got it!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE and LARRY: {As Moe has a look of pride on his face and is stating to them in a really proud tone of a voice}: What a dog! Eighty pounds of Retriever, retrieving a three thousand pound boat, he must be a very muscular dog. Good Moosey, Moosey good dog, good dog, that's it Moosey, you did it, you did it!"

MOE, LARRY, and CURLY-JOE to MOOSEY: {As they are now running up to give Moosey a hand in fetching their boat all with looks of glee on their faces as they are shouting to Moosey in gleeful unison}: "Come on, we'll help ya, come on, give him a hand, come over here, good Moosey, grand-dike!"

'Oil's Well, That Ends Well'! We are now seeing Moosey, Larry, Moe, and Curly-Joe safely on board their boat thanks to 'HERO MOOSEY', saving the day and their boat for them.

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is now proudly giving Moosey the seat of honour is stating to Moosey in a really proud tone of a voice}: "Come on, Moosey boy, over here!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE, LARRY, and MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe is standing there with a serious look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating in a serious tone of a voice as Curly-Joe is using hand gestures to represent sitting}: "Okay, fellas, everybody in their places, everyone be seated!"

MOE and LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe and Larry are looking at Curly-Joe with happy looks on their faces as they are using happy tones of voices}: "Okay, all right!"

We are now seeing Moe sitting at the helm of their boat as Larry and Moosey are sitting in the front passengers seat next to Moe as Curly-Joe is now standing behind Moe and is now in the process of reading further on the instructions notes pages on how to launch their boat.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is standing behind Moe with a serious but yet slightly mischievous look on his face as Curly-Joe is reading to Moe in a serious tone of a voice}: "All right Moe, ehy, cheque the, ehy-ehy-ehy-ehy-ehy-ehy!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is sitting at the helm of their boat and is looking at Curly-Joe with a look of mischief as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Captain Moe, please!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As we are now seeing Curly-Joe standing behind Moe with a sarcastic look on his face as Curly-Joe is now saluting Moe sarcastically and is stating to Moe in a sarcastic tone of a voice}: "Okay, Captain Moe Please! Okay, unh, first blower on!"

{CAPTAIN} MOE {PLEASE} to CURLY-JOE: {As Captain Moe Please is stating to Curly-Joe in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Blower on!"

CURLY-JOE to {CAPTAIN} MOE {PLEASE}: {As Curly-Joe is standing there in a full blown state of mischief is now stating to Captain Moe Please}: "Okay, unha, lower your, hunaha, prop!"

We are now seeing Captain Moe Please in a really determined state about getting their boat launched as he is now successfully lowering their 'Mercury' outboard motor in the beautiful 'Snake River'.

CURLY-JOE to {CAPTAIN} MOE {PLEASE}: {As Curly-Joe is looking at Captain Please with a serious look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Captain Moe Please in a serious tone of a voice}: "Start your motor!"

We are now seeing Captain Moe Please successfully starting their propeller and the motor as it is now happily churning the beautiful dark blue 'Snake River'.

LARRY to {CAPTAIN} MOE {PLEASE}: {As Larry is sitting in the passenger's seat with Moosey and is looking at Moe with a really carrying look on his face as Larry is stating to Captain Moe Please in a happy tone of a voice}: "Well, that's a beautiful job, Captain!"

{CAPTAIN} MOE {PLEASE} to LARRY: {As Captain Moe Please is now looking at Larry with a look of pride on his face as he is answering Larry back in a proud tone of a voice}: "Thank-you, Lieutenant!"

CURLY-JOE to {CAPTAIN} MOE {PLEASE}: {As Curly-Joe is using a worried tone of a voice as Curly-Joe has a worried look on his face}: "Okay now, back slowly, slowly, Captain Please!"

{CAPTAIN} MOE {PLEASE} to CURLY-JOE: {As Captain Please now has a huge grin of pride on his face and is stating in a really proud tone of a voice to Curly-Joe}: "Backing up slowly!"

MOE NARRATING: {"Well, there we were, finally afloat, and following a trail made famous by 'Louis and Clarke' on that magnificent 'River' called the 'Snake'. It was our first real taste of cool water and fresh aire, and believe me it was delicious!. Here we passed directly under 'Massacre Rocks', just a stones throw from the famous 'Oregon Trail'. Appropriately named because of a series of 'Shoshone Massacres' during the early 1860's. This was a dangerous part of 'The Oregon Trail' for more reasons than one. The famous 'Huntin' Party', travelling west and trail blazing 'The Oregon Trail' itself, meant for the disaster of the boiling rapids just a few miles from this very spot"}:

We are now seeing 'The Four Stooges' travelling down 'The Snake River'. Moe is standing behind the helm of their boat still dressed in his dungarees, black-white-and-navy-blue plaid long-sleeved casual shirt, dark blue casual jacket, black Captains cap with the golden insignia on it and a pair of black sneakers as Moe has a really happy and releaxed look on his face as he is enjoying the beautiful sights.

We are now seeing Larry sitting in the passenger's seat of their boat next to Moe, still dressed in a pair of light grey coloured casual trousers, red-white-grey-and-purple plaid casual shirt, white casual jacket, black sneakers, and his red and white hat with the fishing lures on it. Moe is sitting there in a peaceful state with a really contented look on his face as he is enjoying the beautiful sights.

Curly-Joe is sitting on the back of their boat still dressed in a pair of navy blue casual trousers, short-sleeved casual pale blue sports shirt, cross necklace, brown belt, blue baseball style of a cap, and navy blue sneakers as he also has a really contented and happy look on his face as he is now pointing a finger and commenting on the 'Massacre Rocks' in a state of total happiness.

The 'Massacre Rocks' looks like thick poorly mixed, lumpy concrete mixed with clay with a really watery consistency that are haphazzardly dumped from an aireplance with no structure plan, in clumps where it wanted to land at all into three tippy looking slightly rounded mountain peaks with streams of the watery mixture flowing off of them into layers onto the beigey-brown sandy ground that is mainly salmon pink in colouring with smatterings of white marble interlaced throughout. Plus we are now seeing one of the haphazzardly dumped mountain peaks at least one hundred feet in height as we are seeing three Sea-Gulls perched on it resting and enjoying the sun baking on them as Moosey is now barking in glee sending the Sea-Gull on your left into flight as we are now approaching the boiling white waters of 'The Snake River' dotted with dark green scrub-trees.

SECTIONAL TWO: "SNAKE RIVER:" {ENDING}:


SECTIONAL THREE: "JACKSON HOLE; WYOMING:" {BEGINNING}:

MOE NARRATING: {"And that was a few miles further than these 'Three Ex-Stooges' intended to explore. So, away we went, our noses aimed straight towards the fantastic 'Jackson Hole Country' of 'Western Wyoming'."}:

Here we are seeing Moosey tethered in their boat as they are now happily on their way to 'Jackson Hole Wyoming'. It was a gorgeous early Spring day, a beautiful vibrant yellow sun shining in a brilliant pale blue totally cloudless skyeline. They are travelling down a gorgeous paved two lane road way that is outlined in beautiful mountains that are dark grey in colouring and hued from the sun in peach, pale yellow, rust-brown, and teal-blue. Snow swatched decorating them throughout. Some of the snow swatches look like brilliant dancing diamonds while others in the darkened creviouses looks like big white globs of poorly painted on with white textured paint. Plus there is a clumping of evergreen trees that are mainly a deep, rich, dark green in colouring and have a hueing of rust, red, and dark orange. Plus there is a line of scrub-brush outlining the mountains and road way that are mainly brown in colouring with a vibrant peachish-orangeish-yellow hueing.

MOE NARRATING: {"Discovered by 'John Colvert', a member of the 'Louis and Clarke' expedition and preserved by a wise government, 'Grand Teton National Park' remains a primitive masterpiece fo nature for future generation."}:

Here we are seeing the beautiful pale grey mountains. All have snow swatches that are smiling like millions of tiny little diamonds. The two in the further distance are covered with a misty pale-blue haze and they are showing a hueing of muted peach, yellow, beige, and purple. Plus the third mountain looks like a really rough concrete peak with its snow swatched that looks like heavy spotted and spattered white clay mixted with textured paint. Plus in front of the mountains is a beautiful thick clumping of dark gree evergreen trees and a lovely sandy beige ground. The trees are showing a lovely castings of dark red, vibrant orange, charcoal grey, and deep amethysts. Plus both the mountains and the trees are showing a really lovely mirror-like reflection in the poifectly still pristine cold dark blue waters.

MOE NARRATING: {"We had heard many stories about the 'Famous Cut Throat Trout' in huge 'Jackson Lake' and were anxious to get started on our first fishing trip."}:

As Moe was narrating above they were travelling down a lovely paved two land road way. Beautiful early Spring day, a huge vibrant orange-yellow sun smiling through a cloudless brilliant pale blue skyeline. In the really far distance are two fully hazed covered mountains that are showing a slight pale-blue-lavenderish casting. Plus a large gathering of deep, rich, dark gree, evergreen trees in the distance that have a slightly black casting to them plus hued slightly in dark orange. Plus on the right side of the road way are a few scrub-trees and Yucca plants. The trees are a medium green in colour with a hueing of brillian yellow, orange, and red while the Yucca plants are showing sad remnants of their once lovely white flowers that are now browned from the winter plus they have a slight hint of beige to them. Plus on the left side of the road way nestled in a lovely beige sandy ground are a collection of scrub-coverings that range in hueings of dark olive green, brown, pale yellow and a brilliant salmon pink. The evergreen trees are showing a lovely reflection in the totally calm, ripleless, rich, dark blue waters of 'Jackson Lake'.

We are now seeing three mountains that have the texturing of thick, lumpy concrete with snow swatches in some places that looks like thick, white modleing clay painted in white textured paint on them plus some of the snow swatches that are getting directly hit by the sun are smiling and dancing like millions of tiny little diamonds. Plus all three of the mountains are showing a hueing of pale pink, lavender, and pale yellow. In front of the mountains is a cool huge collection of deep, dark green, evergreen trees on fire with hueings of brilliant orange, red, and yellow. Plus are reflecting off the totally calm 'Jackson Lake'.

MOE NARRATING: {"Remembering vividly our recent launching experience at 'The Snake River' we approached the ramp at 'Colvin Bay' with slow deliberation and extreme caution."}:

In the background we are seeing a beautiful collection of deep, rich, olive green collection of evergreen trees that look black in hueing now that the skyeline is becoming slightly over-casted. Plus there is a beigeish-peach sandy ground that is dotted slightly with dark chocolate brown scrub-coverings.

We are now at the launching ramp where we are seeing Moe backing their boat far enough to be able to launch it. As we are now seeing Larry and Curl-Joe getting out of their van at a fast pace as they are now getting board ship and are taking it off of their trailer poifectly. As Curly-Joe is standing there waving his arms in pride.

MOE NARRATING: {"Now, that's what I call a slight, hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha; improvement."}:

We are now seeing Moosey tethered to a tree in a lovely background of evergreen trees hued in dark orange, yellow, red, and navy blue. A beigeish-rust sandy ground with smatterings of rusty-brown ground coverings. As Moosey wants to go and be part of the boating expidition, but is prohibited.

MOE NARRATING: {"Poor, Moose, really wanted to retrieve that boat again, but National Parks have strict regulations prohibiting dogs in boats."}:

Here we are seeing behind us three lovely medium grey mountains with a pale-bluish-lavenderish thick haze covering them with thick snow swatches trying to show a slight diamond lustrating. Plus in the distance a brown sandy ground with a slight castings of pale yellow and dotted with purplish-rust coloured scrub-coverings. Plus on your left a thick black looking collection of evergreen trees and a landscaping of brown sandy ground dotted with dark green scrub-trees hued by the sun in teal-blue, pear-yellow, and dark red.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe and Larry pulling up along side of a boarding dock as Moe is now in the process of getting on board.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is sitting in the back seating area. Moe is now in the front passengers seat as Curly-Joe is behind the helm as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a really carrying tone of a voice}: "Give us a push, Joe, use the fist."

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe now has a serious look on his face and is now in the process of pushing the boat}: "Okay, I'll push away!"

We are now seeing poor Moosey, sitting there smiling but yet very sad in a lovely landscaping of evergreen trees that looks like they have been blanketed in a thick covering of dark grey fire ashes with the more closer ones to 'Jackson Lake' with a very light red hueing. Plus the tree that poor, sad, Moosey is tethered to is a vibrant green leafing and a rust coloured trunk. As we are now seeing poor Moosey sad, but obediently laying down on the brown leaf covered ground as Moosey is now in the process of letting off one sad little bark and is now wagging his tail and is putting his head betwixted his front paws as he is sadly laying down.

We are now seeing theim taking off down 'Jackson Lake'. Beautiful deep, rich, navy blue in colouring totally calm and dotted with other fishing boats. Three lovely mountains that are mainly dark grey in colouring and are totally misted over with a thick pale blue-grey haze. The snow swatches are thick textured paint in texture and are letting off a really weak diamond lustrating. Clumpings of evergreen trees hued in a vibrant orangeish-red. A rocky and rolling beige sandy ground hued in dark chocolate brown directly in front of the mountains are ever so slightly dotted with dark green scrub-trees that have a weak hueing of yellow, lavender, and brown.

CURLY-JOE to MOE and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at the beautiful huge mountains is stating to them in a really awestricken tone of a voice}: "Boy, look at the size of those mountains. It's like the 'Swiss Alps'.

Here we are seeing a slightly grey over-casted skyeline. A beautiful dark blue 'Jackson Lake' with a slight grey casting to it. Directly in front of us are three huge mountains with a thick teal-blue coloured mist drapped over them with a really muted lavender casting. Thick white clayish-texture paint snow swatches and a clumping of evergreen trees that are supporting a black look and a really muted dark red and orange casting.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe now is in the process of being a wise-acre with Curly-Joe about Curly-Joe's mountains description}: "You don't know your 'Alps' from your 'Tetons'."

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now in the process of putting in one final mischievous rebuttal to their mountains joke}: "Now, don't get nasty, this may get on television!"

Here we are now seeing another shot of the 'Teton Mountains'. Three huge light grey concrete like texture, with brick massonary snow swatches, they also look like they are covered with fire ashes as they are trying to support a really weak hueing of pale yellos, pink, and orange. Plus in front of the mountains are a huge black looking collection of evergreen trees. Mr. Sun is trying to show a tad in the now over-casted skyeline.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now making his last final joke's remark in a really mad tone of a voice}: "Very funny!"

Here we are now seeing Moe sitting at the helm of their boat fast asleep. Larry is in the back casting his fishing reel while Curly-Joe is leaning on the bow of their boat with his fishing reel casted and their background consists of three grey mountains, some modeling clay globbed snow swatches, and some dancing diamonds snow swatches. A slight misty pale-blueish-lavenderish haze over them. A collection of black looking, hued in dark orange and red evergreen trees and rust-brown and dark-yellow scrub-coverings.

CURLY-JOE: {As he is stating to himself in a serious tone of a voice}: "Maybe my luck will be better in the back."

We are now seeing 'THE HALF-BROTHER TO A WEASEL' Curly-Joe standing up holding onto his fishing reel in his right hand and is now switching it to his left hand, smoking a stogie as he is now in the process of cracking his forehead on the metal bars that holds the windshielding of their boat.

CURLY-JOE to MOE and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now rubbing his sore forehead with a look of pain on his face and is using a really painful tone of voice}: "Ooooooh-ouch; ouch; ooooooh, my achin' head!"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe at the stern of their boat as he is now getting better luck and is hooking himself a beautiful large-sized 'Cut Throat Trout'.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now shouting to Larry in a totally happy and excited tone of a voice}: "Hey, Larry, I got a bite!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now jumping up excitedly with the fish netting and has a perplexed look on his face as Larry is now seeing the trout in a questionable tone of a voice}: "He's got a bite? Where is it, where is it, I don't see it, bring it closer. Oh, there it is, I see it, I see it!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now stating to Larry in a really excited tone of a voice as Curly-Joe is directing Larry to the direction of his 'Prize Catch'}: "Over there, over there, to your left!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry has now noticed Curly-Joe's trout and is lowering the fish netting and is in the process of scooping hi in is stating to Curly-Joe in a really happy tone of a voice}: "Oh, boy, is he a big one!"

We are now seeing Moe waking up as he is now seeing the excitment of Larry and Curly-Joe netting Curly-Joe's 'Trophy Trout' as Moe is now in the process of running over and lending a helping hand.

MOE to THE TROUT: {As Moe is now helping Larry with the netting is stating to the trout in a serious tone of a voice}: "Come on Willie, come on there, atta boy!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now happily assisting Larry net Curly-Joe's 'Pride And Joy' is stating to Larry in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Come on, come on, let's get that fish, let's get him, there!"

As Moe and Larry were netting Curly-Joe's 'Champion Trout' we are seeing Curly-Joe still smoking his stogie and is now slightly loosing his balance at reeling in his catch.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now patting Curly-Joe on the top of his cocoanut in pride and is stating to Curly-Joe in a proud and happy tone of a voice}: "Hey, atta boy, atta boy, hey, hey, what a way to go, thata boy, Joe!"

MOE and LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe and Larry both now have worried looks on their faces about the wild fish reeling Curly-Joe are stating to Curly-Joe in a panicking unison}: "Hey, hey, watch the hook, watch that hook, now!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY and MOE: {As Curly-Joe is standing there in a total state of pride is stating to them in a proud tone of a voice}: "I did it, I did it, I did it, I did it, I did it, I did it, I did it, I did it, I did it, I did it!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is still thoroughly proud of Curly-Joe is stating to him in a proud tone of a voice as Moe is now once again patting Curly-Joe on his cocoanut in pride}: "You did it, you did it!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is standing there with a really happy look on his face as Larry is clapping his hands in glee for Curly-Joe as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe happily}: "You did it, you did it, atta boy, Curly-Joe, atta boy, hooo-hooo-hooo-hooo-hooo-hooo-hooo-hooo-hooo-hooo-hooo!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY and MOE: {As Curly-Joe is still standing there smoking his stogie and is holding up his 'Champion Trophy Trout' is stating to the both of them in pride}; "I did it, I did it, I'm the Champion!"

SECTIONAL THREE: "JACKSON HOLE; WYOMING:" {ENDING}:


SECTIONAL FOUR: "YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK:" {BEGINNING}:

MOE NARRATING: {"It was just a short drive from 'Jackson Lake' and were were at fabulous 'Yellowstone." Our first stop was at 'Olde Faitful Inn.' Where we would headquarter during our visit to the Park:"}:

Here we are seeing MOOSEY; {Dressed in a beautiful short length black fur coat}: MOE: {Dressed in black casual trousers, black casual style of a shirt, workman's style of boots, and dungarees style of a jacket}: CURLY-JOE: {Dressed in dungarees style of trousers, red-purple-blue-and-white short-sleeved casual shirt, white cowboy style of a hat with a brown band around it, brown belt, and brown workman's style of boots}: And, LARRY: {Dressed in dark grey casual trousers, white casual style of a shirt, pale-blue cardigan style of a sweater, brown workman's style of boots, and a black belt}: Pulling up in front of the 'Olde Faithful Inn.' An English style of a building, with huge stacked boulders supports, copper-slate style of roofing, with little pop-out windows with copper slate roofing and gingerbreading wooden trim. An upper level redwood and gingerbreading patio for lounging and meal consumptions with huge stained glass entrance way doors and marble and slate entrance outside floor. Landscaping consists of dark, rich, green decorative pine trees. They are being hued in a muted orange, rust-brown, pale yellow from a muted sun that is peaking through a mainly cloudy skyeline.

Moe is now running happily over to the passengers side of their van as Moe is now opening the door and we are seeing Moosey, Curly-Joe, and Larry happily disembarking from their van.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-joe is happily disembarking from their van with a happy look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "We're here, boy, oh boy, oh boy!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE and MOOSEY: {As Larry is now stating to them in a really happy tone of a voice}: "All right, get out there, get out, getout, take it easy!"

MOE to LARRY, CURLY-JOE, and MOOSEY: {As Moe is now totally excited about being there has a really cheerie look on his face as Moe is stating in a cheerie tone of a voice}: "ISn't it beautiful, look at that, hooo-hooo; hooo-hooo; hooo-hooo; hooo-hooo; hooo-hooo!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY, and MOOSEY: {As they are now getting luggage boxes from their van in a happy state}: "Easy does it, now!"

We are now seeing Moosey, Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry heading for their hotel room quarters as they are now being bombarded by a barrage of fans all wanting to shake their hands and get their autographs. As they were getting off of their van we saw Larry taking video photo-shots of the 'Olde Faithful Inn.'

We are now seeing 'The Four Stooges' right in the thick of things of the barrage of fans as they are now smiling happily and exchanging polite conversations with them as 'The Four Stooges' were trying to make it to their hotel room quarters.

OLDER LADY GUEST to MOE: {As we are seeing her greeting Moe with a really happy look on her face as she is asking Moe in a polite and cheerie tone of a voice}: "Hello, Moe. Can I have your autograph!?"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE, and MOOSEY: {As They are now making their way at a snails pace through the barrage of fans is stating to them in a carrying tone of a voice}; "Easy does it, take it easy!"

We are now seeing the Bell-Hop: {"MR. MICHAEL MAURER"}: dressed in a short-sleeved white casual shirt, black casual trousers, and black dress shoes carrying their luggage boxes to their hotel room quarters as we are now seeing Curly-Joe turning around at the entrance doorway and is tipping his hat at them as he is now exiting.

ONE MALE GUEST to ANOTHER MALE GUEST: {As they are now referencing to one another in regards to Curly-Joe not knowing that Curly-Joe was listening}: "Boy, he sure is a big one!"

As 'The Four Stooges' were at the entrance way they were again bombarded by some more fans and 'The Four Stooges' gave some more autographs and a few quick and polite, 'Hello's', and 'How Are You's.' As they were still slowly making their way into the 'Olde Faitful Inn,' and their room quarters.

MOE NARRATING: {"The crowds at the Inn were marvelous, haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa. It took a full hour of autograph signing and reminiscing with olde fans before we finally made our get away. Cross the 'Fire Hole River' to visit the unbelieveable thermo-spectacle of 'Upper Geyser Basin.' The sights at 'Yellowstone' are mind boggling. Miles of eerie landscape dotted with steaming vents, bubbling mud volcanoes, scalding cauldrons, and boiling mounds. It was like exploring the surface of an ailing planet."}:

It is now a chilly, over-casted eary Spring day as we are seeing Moosey, Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry as they are now entering the 'Upper Geyser Basin' as they are now walking up a sidewalk and crossing over a little hand built wooden bridge with a beautiful cold, muted aquaish-grey river running lazily underneath the bridge that is outlined in deep green scrub-trees. As they are now surrounded by miles of rolling tundras that are rust in colour, with castings of beige and pale yello, tumble weeds that are curled up and dark brown in colouring from the winter and swatches of snow that are slightly glistening like diamonds from a peaking of Mr. Sunshine through a mainly over-casted skyeline. The snow swatches on the rocks looks like thick, white textured paint, painted on them and rocky rust-brown concrete tundra like rocks. We are seeing in the background a beautiful lay-out of dark grey, cold eerie, snow swatched and heavy mist covered mountains that are dotted with deep, dark green, evergreen trees that look pure black from a distance due to their shaded location and the fact that the skyeline is totally over-casted, plus they are showing a tinch of a hueing of dark orange, and dark-red and muted yellow.

We are now seeing eruptions of several geysers which are deep, dark, black holes, with thick opaqué, hot swirling clouds of gaseous steamy mist that is now crawlling out of their holes eerielly into the great unknown. Moosey, Moe, Curly-Joe, and Larry are now walking up the wooden bridge as they are now enjoying the scenery.

CURLY-JOE to MOE, MOOSEY, and LARRY: {As we are now seeing Curly-Joe pointing a finger at a geyser and beautiful rock formation of shale that has two peaks one on each end with a round ball like a piece of granite on top of them that is dark grey with snow swatches and a hueing of deep blue and pale pink. The bridge structure that they are now on is of white marble and that has swirlings of black quartz ribbonned throughout. Curly-Joe is stating in a really awestricken tone of a voice}: "Hey, I'd hate to walk around here at night!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE, LARRY, and MOOSEY: {As Moe is stating to them in a serious tone of a voice and a serious look on his face}: "You could get hard-boiled in thirty seconds!"

CURLY-JOE to MOOSEY, MOE, and LARRY: {As they are now apporaching a geyser head on as Curly-Joe is stating to them in a serious tone of a voice}: "Yeah, you can get a better view right over here. It sounds like my stomach!"

All the while that Moosey, Moe, Curly-Joe, and Larry were looking at the geysers and wonderful sights Larry was taking video photo-shots of everything.

We are now seeing Moosey, Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe standing on a wooden walkway as they are now looking at beautiful sight which is of a bubbling geyser, mountain like structure that looks in texture like rough, lumpy modeling clay mixed with lumpy concrete that was coloured salmon-pink and rust-brown that was badly hand molded as it is all rough, lumpy, and totally mis-shappened and with a piece of clay-concrete mixture slapped on top and is now a form of structure like it was pieced on later to fill in a mistake plus on each end there are two huge balls that look like they were formed by taking two huge mounds of the clay-concrete mixture and were not structured at all, jus haphazardly thrown there with no shape of planning formation of any kind plus it is showing a hueing of black, peach, and olive-green. Plus from the geyser we are seeing rising upwards out of the deep, dark, black hole that is cut in front of the structure a thick opaqué pale-grey stream of gaseous steamy mist that is eerily walking away across the landscaping. Plus there are mountains in the background dotted with snow swatches as they mountains are lined with misty covered pine trees hued in dark-orange and rustish-redish brown, and the river and landscaping. The river is a beautiful misty grey coloured body of water with swatches of ic floating lazily on top as they both the ice and snow swatches are supporting a teeny hint of dancing diamonds from the muted sunshine. The landscaping is a compilation of ice, snow, shale, tumble weeds and clay that is of a really rough, course and very uneven texture of concrete like look with a thick covering of ice that looks like a thick glaze on top that is also of rough texture and sleek and polished to have a high gloss sheen to it. The main colouring of the landscaping is dark rust-brown with colour castings of dark yellow, grey, lavender, dark red, and pale blue.

All the while that they are looking at the magnificent wonders of 'Yellowstone National Park' Larry was video photo-shooting everything.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now stating to Curly-Joe in a mischievous tone of a voice about the statement about the exploding geysers and his stomach}: "Your stomach never sounded like that!"

LARRY to MOE and CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now looking at Curly-Joe and Moe with a happy and mischievous look on his face as Larry is now putting 'His Two Cents' in about the geysers in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "That's a crazy way to make coffee, ain't it?"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is looking at Curly-Joe with a mischievous look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a mean but yet slightly mischeivous tone of a voice}: "How do like him? Always thinking of something to eat!"

Here we are seeing a close-up of Larry as he is now getting one last filming of the beautiful geyser and landscaping of where ther are at now.

We are now getting another close-up on one of the geysers which is a deep, spooky, black hole outlined with ice and snow swatches and thick dark charcoal grey opaqué gaseous steam slowly and eeirly coming up from the deep, dark, black hole and is now exploding like a volcano and eerily floating away in a long, dark grey, misty, steamy, haze of clouds across the sandy, dark-brown, tundra based landscaping.

LARRY to CURLY-JOE. MOOSEY, and MOE: {As Larry is now in the process of getting one final front-on shot of the geyser is stating to them in a happy tone of a voice}: "Aaaaaah, there it is, I got all the bugs worked out of it!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE, MOOSEY, and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now taking one final look at that geyser is stating to them in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "You never saw nothing like that......"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE, MOOSEY, and MOE: {As Larry is now interrupting Curly-Joe and is now taking one final close-up on that geyser with a happy look on his face as Larry is using a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Wait a minute, I'll get the edge now!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is looking at Larry with a look of mischief on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a happy tone of a voice}: "All right, get the edge, go ahead, get it good!"

MOE to LARRY, CURLY-JOE, and MOOSEY: {As Moe now has a look of wonderment on his face as Moe is stating to them in an awestricken tone of a voice}: "It look's like a witches brew, haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa!"

Here we are getting another close-up on anothe geyser that is a really deep, dark, spooky, black hole with ice outlining that looks like a thick coating of polyurethane as the geyser is mainly charcoal grey in colouring as the ice swatches are supporting a very weak and muted hueing of dark-brown, pale pink, and beige as we are seeing a thick eerie charcoal grey gaseous, opaqué clouds that have a very weak hueing of beigeish-pink as it is swirling around up and out as it is now spookedly floating away across the landscaping and into the wild blue yonder.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now pointing a finger at the geyser with a mischievous look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to him in a happy and sarcastic tone of a voice}: "That's the only place in the world where it's got something like that. Do you know that? You don't know that! You don't know that! I know that! I know that!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now pointing a finger at the beautiful geyser and is looking at Curly-Joe with a mischievous look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a mischievous tone of a voice as Larry is standing there holding his moving photo-shots camera taking shots as Moe states}: "That's a 'G-E-E-Z-E-R'!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is standing there completing his filming and then take a quick look at Moe with a mischivous look as Larry states in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "You must have read that somewhere!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now pointing a finger at the geyser; {geezer}: is stating to Moe with a look of mischief on his face as Curly-Joe is now using a mischievous tone of a voice}: "I don't know, 'GEEZER'; 'GEYSER'; it's, it's, fantastic!"

All the while that Moe, Larry, Curly-Joe, and Moosey were filming and having their discussion about the 'GEEZER' they were standing in from of a beautiful 'Norman Rockwell' like setting. Beautiful grey Cumolous Clouds with a slight blue cast to them, in a mainly medium grey, over-casted skyeline. Grey mountains in the background outlined in a diamond lustrating snow swatches hued in muted lavender, teal-blue, and brown. Collection of snow outlined evergreen trees, that are mainly a rich, deep green, in colour that have a muted cast of pale-yellow, rust, beige, and red. Snow covered grassey landscaping, showing swatches of light beige sandy spots. Little walkway bridge with tiny medium green scrub-trees with a muted rustish-red hue outlining both sides of the bridge. A couple of huge solid white totally leafless white birch trees in the middle of the snowy white diamond lustred landscape. Plus a couple of purely leafless scrub-trees with a muted hueing of peachish-rust are in front of the bridge. The 'Yellowstone River' is a dark, eerie, cold, looking, purely rippleless body of water with swatches of ice that have a muted diamond like lustre floating lazily down it. Plus there are a few thistle scrub-brushes that are mainly dead-brown in colouring from the winter, but they are still trying to grasp their purple colouring and some snow covered cat-tails as they are fluffed out and still trying to grasp their beautiful brown colouring.

MOE NARRATING: {"We crossed the famous fishing bridge on 'Yellowstone Lake.' "}:

Here we see them driving over an olde wooden hand built style of a bridge with gingerbreading side trims with a two lane paved roadway on it and in the background is a beautiful blue-grey eerie coloured skyeline with wispy Strato-Cerious Clouds touched with a pale blue-grey hueing. An array of beautiful medium grey mountains with a muted lavender and dark-red and dark-yellow cast and touched by swatches of dark-grey hued snow swatches, that are dull and lifeless and listless due to the over-casted skyeline. Plus there is an arry of evergreen trees that look black from their shaded location as they are trying to give a weak hueing of a muted orange, pale-yellow and purple and beige. Plus we are seeing the 'Yellowstone River', which is totally calm, with a cold grey colouring to it and with swatches of ice along the lakes edged and scattered throughout that are floating around lazily. The ice swatches are trying to glisten like diamonds from the over-casted skyeline as the sun is now trying to peak throuhg with a slight hueing of navy blue and pale yellow. Plus outlining the bridge are a few snow-covered cat-tails and scrub-brushes that are a deep olive-green in colouring from the winter, plus a few sad and scraggley looking thistles plants mainly dead brown in colour but are trying to hold their lovely purple castings.

MOE NARRATING: {"An we're on our way to one of the wonders of the world, 'The Grande Canyon' of the 'Yellowstone River'. Here nature puts on a display that defies description. The 'Park' itself is named for the 'Canyon's' fantastic colouring caused by the forces of the river which gorged sheer cliffs out of volcanic rock to reveal a spectacle of hues from pale-yellow to brillinat orange and flaming red."}:

Here we are seeing different sized of mountain like peaks that have the texture of poorly mixed lumpy concrete. It is innerspersed with swatches of snow that looks like thick wihte texture pain poured out on some of them and others look like thick rust coloured massonary filler that has been slopply dumped on them. Now we see a collection fo evergreen trees some look totally black from being in a shaded location while there are others that have a lovely olive-green colouring to them with hues of brown, peach, yellow, and muted peacock blue. We now got one last thick clumping of evergreen trees, mainly a deep, dark, pea-green casted in colouring as they have a really light hueing in muted yellow, muted red, and muted brown, sitting on a lumpy modeling clay mountain like peak that is totally covered in heavy snow that looks like white spackling dumped on it. Plus there are a few scrub-trees that are mainly pea-green in colouring with hueings of peach, charcoal grey and a peachish-rust.

We are now seeing Moosey, Moe, Curly-Joe, and Larry running up a shale and slate stone stairwell that is outlined in giant huge shale boulders. Both the stairwell and the boulders are mainly an off-white with streakings of black throughout in colour as they are hued in brown, pink, lavenderish-red, orange and medium green.

We are now seeing Moosey, Moe, Curly-Joe and Larry standing on the landing where we are now seeing another view of the 'Grande Canyon' that looks like two huge mountain like peaks with the texture of rough massonary filler that are mainly medium grey in colouring. As they are now covered in snow that looks like thick spackling-texture filler badly rolled on the that is mainly a pale-blue in colouring with a casting of black ribbons streaked throughout. Everything is being covered over by a pale-blueish-grey misty steam. 'The Grande Canyon' is showing a slight hueing of peach, brown, and olive-green and deep blue, muted lavender and slamom-pink. We are now seeing a waterfall rapidly cascading downwards as it has a hueing of pale-blue, plus where it is now flowing, it has a tinch of hueing in a lavenderish-tealish-pinkish-black. The waterfall where it is now lazily flowing through the 'Canyon' looks like thick bright silver coloured quicksilver hued in a very pale blueish-pinkish-lavender.

Here we are now seeing another view of 'The Grande Canyon'. Tha looks like three separate mountains in various heights and wavieness. They look like they are made of thick, lumpy textured concrete that was poured out in thick lumpy globs that also has in some locations the shapes or dried our Morrall Mushrooms and left in the sun on it's own to take strap. There is a smattering of dark green scrub-trees that are dotting them. The waterfall looks like at the start a fast running shower that as it hits the 'Canyon' is letting off a hot, steamy mist that is rising up and over the 'Canyon.' Where it is flowing through the 'Canyon' it looks like a thick stream of quicksilver. Everything has an eerie pale-blue-grey hazy mist covering it. The mountain like peaks are a deep olive-charcoal grey with a hueing of silver, brown, dark-blue and peach.

MOE to LARRY, CURLY-JOE, and MOOSEY: {As the four of them are standing there looking at the beautiful 'Grande Canyon' completely awestrucken as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe, Larry, and Moosey}: "Wow, isn't that gorgeous!?"

LARRY to MOE, CURLY-JOE, and MOOSEY: {As Larry is now filming some more of 'The Grande Canyon' as Larry has a look of awestruckeness on his face as Larry is stating to Moose, Curly-Joe, and Moe in a really amazed tone of a voice}: "Let me get a picture of that."

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is standing there smoking a stogie with a really awestrucken look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a really excited tone of a voice}: "Yeah, get a good one!"

Here we are seeing a portion of 'The Grande Canyon' that looks like three individual huge un-even mountain peaks that are sculptured out of rough textured concrete with hues of lavender, dark- blue, and sliver covered in snow swatches that are shining like diamonds from the shining on it with a waterfall in the background cascading down as it is pounding into the cold diamond-like lake as it is sending up a thick pale-teal0blue steamy mist up and over the 'Canyon' and is eerily dissappating into the beautiful blue sun lightened skyeline.

MOE NARRATING: {"The lower falls plunges three hundred and eight feet between thousand foot cliffs, it's mist in the late afternoon sun combining to make the river below look like a silvery glacier."}:

Here we are seeing a deep, view of 'The Grande Canyon' where we are seeing three huge mountain like peaks of various textures of very lumpy volcanic rock that has bee haphazzardly dumped from an aireplane to land where ever it wanted with snow and thick layers of olkve green moss decorating it as we are seeing the waterfall cascading into the diamomd lake sending up beautiful clouds on pale tealish-greyish balls of thick mist that is being coloured with a cast of pale-yellow from the sun shining through it as it is now lazily floating away as the waterfall is flowing on down through the 'Canyon' it looks like a thick stream of white watered-down paint.

MOE to LARRY, CURLY-JOE, and MOOSEY: {As Moe is so mezmarized by the beauty of 'The Grande Canyon' is stating to them in a really happy and dazed tone of a voice}: "It's, it's, beautiful down there!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is standing there with his moving photo-shot camera filming it is now looking at Moe with a huge look of mischief on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a devilish tone of a voice}: "It it's so beautiful down there, what are we doing up here?"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is looking at Larry with a mad look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a mad tone of a voice}: "Hey, look who's trying to be funny!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE, and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at them with a perplexed look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry and Moe in a calming tone of a voice}: Hey, hey, guys, calm down, calm down!"

CURLY-JOE to MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at Moosey with a happy look on his face as Curly-Joe is patting on one of the bouders to signal Moose to stand-up on it is stating to Moose in a really carrying tone of a voice}: "Come on Moose, Moose, take a look at it, look, look, see that, see that, let him see at that, atta boy, come on, get up there, get up there, ain't that fantastic, that's it Moosey, take a look at that!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE, MOE, and MOOSEY: {As Larry is now totally in seventh heaven as Larry is now happily videoing 'The Grande Canyon' is now stating to them in a really happy tone of a voice}: "Aaaaaah, gettin' a beautiful shot."

Here we are seeing the lovely works of our Lord and Saviour as we are seeing 'The Grande Canyon'. In the distance is a beautiful grey setting of rough concrete like volcanic textured with the waterfall rushing over them as it is sending up a thick pale blue-greyish-lavenderish-peach mist that is floating high up and over the sides of 'The Grande Canyon'. Plus on both your right and left sides we are seeing a conglomeration of two huge rough textured mountain like peaks of very course volcanic rock that looks like it was just poured what ever way it felt like from an aireplane that are mainly deep, navy-blue in colouring as they have hueings of rust, orange, deep silver, muted pink, and black plus a light hint of lavender. There are several deep, dark green, evergreen trees smattered throughout as the waterfall is running and humming merrily betwixt them and looks like a bright silvery strip of quicksilver, as the waterfall is still sending up it's lovely thick pale-blueish-greyish misty stream rising over 'The Grande Canyon' that is now supporting a very pale-yellow hueing as the mist is floating across a bright orange and yellow sun shining in a beautiful cloudless bright aqua blue skyeline.

HERE WE ARE SEEING SEVERAL DIFFERENT CLIPPINGS OF 'THE GRANDE CANYON':'

DESCRIPTION ONE: {We are seeing a beautiful setting of different sized mountain like peaks that are made of rough textured volcanic rock with scrub-trees that are mainly pale-green in colouring and have a hueing of peach, purple, and cocoa brown. The 'Canyon' is mainly a pale grey in colouring with a misty cast of pale teal-blue and a slight peach tinch to it with a hueing of lavender. We are seeing the waterfall cascading down one of the mountain like peaks as it is crashing into the river below sending up a smoke like steam that is shooting upwards and is dissappating into the skyeline of pale blue and wispy Stratous Clouds}:

DESCRIPTION TWO: {Here we are seeing as far as the eye can go a gorgeous pale greyish-blueish-lavenderish mountain setting in the background. Then we are seeing miles and miles of beautiful 'Canyon' which is a vast collection of rough, gorged mountain like peaks that are like rough textured concrete mixed with modeling clay that are pale-grey with an accent of colours of brown, pale-purple, beige, lavender, pale-pink and watered down cocoa brown and is decorated with swatches of dark green evergreen trees and scrub-trees as we are seeing the river as far as you can see zig-zagging way throughout the 'Canyon' that is a pale silvery blue in colouring with swatches of snow and are floating down the river at their leisure and have a lustrating of diamonds as we are seeing a hazy mist rising above and floating away that is of a very mild pinkish-lavender in colouring.

DESCRIPTION THREE: {We are getting a closer shot where we are seeing the rough concrete like texture of the various sizes of mountain like peaks. The closer ones are rough and really worn down by the water cascading over them and are dark brown, dark grey, and dark blue in colouring and are dotted with dark green evergreen trees and orangeish scrub-trees. The distance looks like the surface of the moon. Eerie dark grey in colour with huge creator like holes scattered throughout that have a black casting in the holes as we are seeing the beautiful misty waterfall rushing down the different layers and into the river that is pale-blue in colour as it is glistening a slivery glow from the sune and is covering everything with a misty haze of white.

DESCRIPTION FOUR: {We are now seeing the right side of the 'Canyon' which is dark blue-grey in colour and a texture of a mixture of really rough made concrete and massonarry filler and have a hueing of muted red, muted yellow, and silver. There are dark green pine trees decorating it as the bottom is a colouring of dark brown, and a few scrub-trees. On the left is all of pale grey in colouring with a deep black in looks as all are slighty hued in pale-yellow and pink as the sun is casting a beautiful glow. The waterfall is now cascading down the different layers of rock formation causing everything to have a thick sheilding look of heavy pale teal blue mist. The skye is now a lovely pale-blue colouring as it is now shining through the thick hazey mist.

DESCRIPTION FIVE: {The entire 'Canyon' is now on an eerie grey haze of mist that is being sended off by the rapid flowing of the waterfall over the rough concrete, volcanic rock, moon rock textured mountain like peaks as the sun is hueing everything in a pale yellow and peach hue.

DESCRIPTION SIX: {The entire 'Canyon' is being adorned by a light-blue steamy mist from the rushing waterfall down the rough textured mountain like concrete peaks. The left side is entirely all waterfall that looks like a thick wall of shower steam that is sending a thick pale-blue mist off of the bottom rocks as it is hitting them and is cooling off and is dissappating off into the wild blue yonder. The right side we see actual rockieness that is being kissed by a hint of steamy mist that is of a dark eerie blackish-brown colouring with a slight hint of lavender in hueing.

Here we are seeing 'The Four Stooges' driving down a paved two lane roadway with a road block bridge like structure on both sides of the roadway made out of huge redwood logs and the barrier poles that the logs hooked into were also made of redwood. The scenrey we are seeing is a beautiful blue skyeline with some high Cerious Clouds, a full sun, beautiful mist covered mountains in the far distance. Beautiful sun drenched evergreen trees deep, dark green in colour that are hued in a pale-yellow and peach they reach as far as the eyes can see. Plus there are a few tumbleweeds plants dotting the edes of the roadway. Plus there are a few scrub-coverings as both the tumbleweeds and the scrub-coverings are showing a hueing of rich dark yellow, peach, and cocoa brown.

Here we are seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, Larry, and Moosey entering into a thick dark woodsie area of huge Maple trees in full leafing. The trunks of the trees are a deep black with a hueing of pale-grey and peach and pale-yellow from the sun. The ground covering is of a beigeish sandy ground that is dotted with olive-green and brown scrub-coverings and bushes. As they are now trying to find a lovely location to leave Moosey so they can go on another one of their fishing excursitions because once again doggies are now allowed on boats on the 'Yellowstone Lake'.

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moosey is now happily dragging Moe into the woods to go exploring as Moe is now pulling back on Moosey's tether and is stating to Moosey in a carrying tone of a voice}: "Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, easy now, easy now, come on, come on!"

LARRY and CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Larry and Curly-Joe are now pointing out a nice shadey location to tie up Moosey at as they are stating to Moe in a happy tone of a voice}: "Right here, right here, is a nice spot, right there, right there, yeh, yeh!"

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe is now tethering Moosey to a beautiful pine tree in the cool, dark thicket that looks black from a thick gathering of evergreen trees and there is a slight yellow casting as the sun is slightly peaking through the trees plus there is also a muted hueing of peach, red, and purple. Moe is now stating to Moosey in a very apologetic tone of a voice}: "Sorry, olde buddy, but we'll only be gone a short while."

CURLY-JOE to MOOSE: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at the really sad faced Moose as Curly-Joe is looking at Moosey with an apologetic look on his and is using an apologetic tone of a voice}: "Yeah, you know the rules, Sweetheart, no dogs allowed in boats in 'National Parks'.

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is now looking at the really mornful Moose as Larry is stating to Moose in a sad and very apologetic tone of a voice}: "So take a nap and enjoy tie scenery we'll be right back!"

CURLY-JOE to MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe is stating to the very sad a pathectic Moose in a really carrying tone of a voice}: "Don't go away, there, atta boy, atta boy!"

We are now seeing the really sad Moosey standing there wagging his tail and crying in a beautiful thick, dark, woodsie location of tall gorgeous Redwood trees that are of a deep, dark green leafing that has a really pale hue to them of muted yellow and orange as their trunks have a hazey pale blueish-grey look to them from a really muted sun peaking betwixted the leaves. Plus there is a beigiesh sandy ground with olive-green coloured grouping of scrub-trees that are showing a muted hue of deep redish-orange. The scrub-covering also has a light silvery cast to them from the sun shining ever so lightly through the trees.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry exiting through a very beautiful deep, dark, black looking due to a thick collection or Redwood trees lined walkway with leaves on it. With a hueing of dark-yellow, and deep purple and red. Plus the walkway also has a hazey looking mist rising off it that is pale-lavenderish-blue in colouring.

We are also seeing a gorgeous thick gathering of evergreen trees and another sandy and rocky ground. The evergreen trees are mainly deep green in colouring as they are dressed in hues of dark orange, dark yellow, rust, red, and navy blue. Plus the sun is now casting a silvery-blue hueing to the trunks of both the Redwood and Evergreen trees. Plus the scrub-trees are hued in medium shades of brown, pale-green, silver-grey, pale-yellow.

We are now hearing Moosey crying at the top of his lungs as Moose now desperately wants to go and be part of the fishing expedition and see the beautiful, calm, rippless deep, rich, blue waters with a turquoise hue from the sum of 'Yellowstone Lake'.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry turning back around as they are now trying to calm down the heart-broken Moosey.

CURLY-JOE to MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe is now waving his hand at Moosey to quite him down Curly-Joe is now stating to Moosey in a really carrying tone of a voice and with a carrying look on his face}: "Quiet, stay there, Moose, we just want to see the lake."

LARRY to MOOSE: {As Larry is waving his hand to calm Moosey down as Larry is stating to Moosey in an apologetic but yet carrying tone of a voice}: "Be still, I'll bring you back a fish!"

MOE to MOOSE: {As Moe is also waving a hand of good-bye to Moosey with a really sad look on his face as Moe is stating to Moosey in a sad tone of a voice}: "Relax!"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Larry, and Moe walking at a rapid pace down that same lovely walkway quickly to get out of Moose's view as we are now seeing Moosey tethered to a skinny little tree as Moosey is now frantically barking and tugging his lead at the tree until Moose has now broken his walking lead and is running at a frantic pace to try and catch-up with them. We are nos getting a quick glimpse on the broken walking lead as it is now laying by the tree were he was tied at.

Moosey is now running frantically down a beautiful pine needle covered path that is running betwixt a line of pretty Redwood trees that have a slight pale slivery blue cast to them from a mild sun shining on them. Moosey is now also passing a clump of evergreen trees that are thick, dark green, in colour with a slight orangeish-red cast to them from the sun. Plus there are smatterings of snow that is mainly melted and pale grey in colouring, but the snow is still letting off a diamond lustration. Moosey is now frantically barking trying to get their attention as Moose is now running through a pretty pine forest of deep, dark green pine trees and little scruff trees as they are supporting a pale grey sheen of diamond like sparkles as the sun is now shining at full shine. Plus in the far background we are seeing one mountain that looks deep blue in colouring with a peach hueing and the snow swatches are glistening like million little diamonds.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Larry, and Moe getting into boat. We are now seeing Moosey running through another pretty forest of pine trees that has a walkway of beautiful large granite rocks, that have ribbonning throughout them of black and are showing a hueing of peach, teal-blue, and red. Moosey is now entering into 'Yellowstone Lake' and is now trying one last feeble try of swimming as fast as he can and is barking loudly to get their attention but now is un-successfull at completing that task.

Moosey is now entering into 'Yellowstone Lake' and is walking over some huge granite rocks that are silver in colour with hueings of peach, and pale yellow in the pristine cool, clean, dark blue, waters until he got deep enough to swim as Moosey is now frantically swimming after them and is barking loudly to get their attention.

Plus we are seeing a gorgeous collection of some more mountains that are the texture of poorly mixed and dumped kid's play-dough and concrete with snow swatches on them that looks like thickly brushed on crack caulking paste with hueings of pink, peach, navy blue, and rust, the snow swatches thanks to the lovely full shining orange and yellow sun in a clearly cloudless skyeline are dancing like diamonds. Plus we are seeing lovely brown scrub-covering with a lavender hue to it along the waters edge.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Larry, and Moe sailing off into the sunset not noticing Moosey chasing after them as we are now seeing Moosey turning around and swimming for the shoreline.

We got one final glimpse of Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry as they are now speeding away for their fishing excurtion into the beautiful pristene 'Yellowstone Lake' with a skyeline that is now becoming over-casted with beautiful totally white Stratous Clouds floating lazily in the skyeline. Plus in the really far distance we are seeing a long line of dark charcoal grey mountains that are heavly snow covered in their creviouses, the mountains look a deep black from the over-casted skyeline with a really deep hueings of navy-blue, red, and pear-yellow, the snow swatches look deep purple and dull and listless.

Moosey now that he has missed the boat is now turning around and heading for his own adventures as we are seeing Moosey in the beautiful cold, now dark grey looking waters of 'Yellowstone Lake' with a background of three dull and listless dark grey mountains and snow swatches that are supporting a really weak dark blue castings at the bottom and slivery-grey at the peaks. Plus a collection of evergreen and Maple trees in various shades and hues of green and are hued in rust, peach, black, and dark-yellow. Plus there is a sandy beige ground that has a slight red cast to it and dotted by a few little dark green scrub-trees with a light hue of orange.

Moosey has now gone to shore as we are getting a close-up on Larry, Moe, and Curly-Joe as they are speeding off into the sunset and their fishing trip as they have now passed a lovely clumping of evergreen trees that are dark green and are hued in dark orange and dark red. Plus in the real far distance a collection of deep charcoal grey coloured spooky looing mountains with the being outlined in ice blocks and with a slight lavender diamond like hue. They are now passing a 'Rich Pigs Mansion' which is about 20,000 square feet, white pillared English Colonial with a copper slate roofing, stained glass entrance doors, gingerbreading trim plus the other windows are of cut beveled glass sitting on ten acres of gorgeous landscape with evergreen trees, and Maples with hues of cocoa-brown, peach, and yellow and thick luscious green grass and a wide variety and colouring range of lovely flowers.

MOOSEY'S ADVENTURES: {STARTINGS FOR NOW}:

ONE: {Here we are seeing Moosey standing on a huge granite boulder that is pale-silvery-white in colour with ribbonnings of black weaved throughout and hued in pale-pink, and yellow in a setting of beautiful dark green Elm trees adorned in hues of brown, orange, and red with a ground covering of sand that is beige with a pale pink cast and is dotted with brown scruff-weeds hued in dark-yellow, medium green, and red, and orange from the sun casting down on them as we are seeing in the background beautiful grey mountains with huge creviouses throughout them in a medium grey colouring and the snow swatches that are embedded in the creviouses are a dark blue in hue and are lustrating like million of diamonds as there is a thick pale blueish-silver haze that is slowly and lazily dissappating off of them. We are now getting a close-up on beautiful little Mountain Thrush boidie that is black and grey in colouring as he is now happily perched on a tall granite rock that is grey in colour with black ribbonnings on it and hued in peach. Plus as far as the eye can see are pretty dark green evergreen trees that are hued in rust-brown and dark-red. We are now hearing a crow squacking in the background. We are now seeing Moosey standing on his beautiful granite boulder in his beautiful orange and red and green marshey background and mysticall ice dancing mountains as he is now barking at the crow as we are now seeing the crow sitting on top of a snow covered, diamond glistening granite rock with an icy blue background of snow covered evergreen trees being kissed by the shining sun for pale-yellow and some scrub-coverings mainly green in colouring and is hued in rust-brown and yellow. Moosey has now run through his beautiful granite rock and marshey scrub covering that is hued in orange, green red, rust-brown, background and has now caused the crow to fly away}:

TWO: {Here we are now seeing Moosey running back into 'Yellowstone Lake' as he is now swimming to a little swaller setting, that is deep, pristene clear and blue with a corrall bottom as we are now seeing in the far background a collection of deep green evergreen trees that from the sun are hued in red, orange, and brown. Plus we are now seeing a school of 'Red Trout' lazily swimming in the sun kissed waters as Moosey is now perplexed trying ti figure out what they are as he is now pawing at the water and is happily playing with the fishies. Moosey is now in deeper waters tat are now almost black in colour and the botton of the lake is now a combination of pink corrall and green seaweed and hued in purple, orange, and red. As Moosey is now happily dancing and bobbing in the waters playing with the fishies}:

THREE: {Moosey is now finished his fishing trip as he is now back on his beautiful snow covered diamond glistening scruff-weeds slopes with the evergreen trees in the background and the sun shining making everything sparkle like an enchanted forest plus a yellow hue to the trees and a silvery cast to the srcub-coverings. Moosey is now running happily through the snow capped landscape as Moosey is now crossing a little dark blue spill over from the lake as he is now in a deep green grassey olive-green coloured filled with beautiful snow capped mountains hued in peach, lavender, silver, and muted red in the background the sun shining high in a pale-blue skyeline Moosey is now happily exploring the grassey marsheylands.

FOUR: {We are now seeing Moosey going on his next adventure as he has now come to a pretty grassey green field that has a yellow and orange hue to them plus a slight hint of red and with pretty thistle flowers that are a dead brown from the winter and their lovely purple flowers are sick looking colouring along with several different colours of scruff-flowers. We are now seeing Moosey coming face on with an elk happily enjoying the sun on his back as the elk is lazily grazing on the weedy beige coloured landscape. Moosey is now starring eye to eye with the elk as they are now getting accquainted with one another we are now seeing Moosey getting a little too close to the elk as the elk is now running away}:

FIVE: {We are now seeing a picturesque view of beautiful pale-blue skyeline, the sun shining high in a totally cloudless skyeline. Charcoal grey coloured rough textured mountains with snow swatches that are glistening like tiny little diamonds. There is a line of bare white birch trees in front of the mountains, the mountains are now showing hueings of peach, yellow, and red while the birch trees are hued in brown, olive-green and teal-blue. Plus there are some lovely green grassey fields dotted with partically leafed out oake trees hued in lavender, peach, muted red and brown plus some more bare snow covered birch trees that are hued in a slivery-pale-blue. A beautiful pond completely still and dark blue in colour with a pale-pink and lavender shading to it as we are seeing a cast of evergreen and more birch trees all hued in a vibrant orange, red, purple, mauve and yellow from the sun plus they are sending a lovely mirror-like reflection into the waters. Plus outlining the pond are some really sad and scraggley look brown scrub-coverings that are hued in a sick and pale shades of yellow, and red. Moosey is coming upon a full herd of five elks that are enjoying the early Spring day with the sun baking on them and enjoying their snackings of some lovely green marsh grass, while three of the elks are standing complete relaxed and enjoying the sun on their backs in the cool dark blue, pristene waters of the pond that has a pale aqua blue hue to it but yet still keeping an eye on Moosey as the other two elks are now laying down in the grassy marsh grass enjoying their snacks and the sun on their backs as they are now happily saying hello and making friends with Moosey}:

MOOSEY'S ADVENTURES: {ENDED FOR NOW}:

We are now back in the lake as we are now seeing Larry, Curly-Joe, and Moe in their boat on the beautifully calm, dark blue waters of 'Yellowstone Lake' with the sun kissed snow capped mountains that are pale grey in colouring and with hues of pale-yellow, muted orange and red and dancing snow caps in the distance.

Larry is standing in their boat dressed in a long-sleeved red-grey-and-white plaid casual shirt, pale grey casual trousers, and his red and white fishing lure decorated hat. Curly-Joe is now standing behind Larry dressed in his pale-blue short-sleeved sports shirt, dark blue casual trousers, brown belt, and dark blue sneakers. Moe is sitting at the helm of the their boat still dressed in his dungarees, blue-grey-black plaid long-sleeved casual shirt, blue casual jacket, his black Captain's cap with the golden insignia on it and black sneakers.

Behind Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe we are seeing a gorgeous background of the beautiful dark, cold, grey waters of 'Yellowstone Lake', some sandy beige hued mountains dotted with diamond dancing snow swatches. Thick beigeish-brown coloured sand with dark brown scrub-coverings hued in peach, dark-yellow, and black. A lovely vibrant turquoise blue skyeline with a full yellowish-orange sun shining high. {All this beauty is beining provided to you by the courtesy of 'Our Saviour'}:

LARRY to MOE and CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is standing there with a worried look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe and Curly-Joe in a worried tone of a voice}: "Hey, we've been out quiet awhile, how's the gasoline, Captain?"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now chequing their petroleum gage with a look of mischief on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Well, I don't know, the arrow pointes half way, I don't know if this tank's half empty or half full!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now waving his hands at Moe n disgust as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a disgusted tone of a voice}: "Oh, come on Moe, what are you doing those Moe jokes for, forget the jokes!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is standing there with a look of disgust on his face as he is now pointing a finger to the shoreline and is stating to Moe in a disgusted tone of a voice}: "Back to the Marina Moe, and drive!"

We are now seeing a far away shot of their boat as we are now seeing a lovely pale-grey slightly over-casted skyeline with a few lovely true white Cumlous Clouds floating lazily along with a hint of sun now peaking through, beautiful pale-blue silvery misty pale-grey mountains hued in slightest shades of pink, yellow, and red. A lovely beautiful and peaceful greyish-pale-blue lake, as they are now heading for the shoreline as we are seeing a lovely shoreline of several hand built white wooden boating ramps plus a lovely sandy ground that is dotted throughout in pale-yellow hued scrub-trees and purple praire flowers.

CONTINUATION OF SOME MORE OF MOOSEY'S ADVENTURES: {STARTINGS}:

SIX: {We are now back on Moosey as we are seeing him running happily through a beautiful forest of green pine trees, bare birch trees, slopes of granite rocks, the trees have blackish look to them from a heavy thicket and have a really mild hint of hues of red, peach, and purple, while the birch trees look sliver in hueings, the granite rocks have ribbonnings of black swirled on them. Plus there is a collection of medium green scruff-trees that are hued in peach, pale-yellow, mauve, and red. Plus scattered throughout the scruff-trees are some sad and scraggley thistle weeds that are mainly dead brown in colouring as they are try still support their lovely purple colourings. Plus on the ground there are several sticks about laying on his pathway as the sun is eerily casting through the over-casted skyeline casting a slivery glow to everything}:

SEVEN: {We are now seeing Moosey happily running over a mass of huge grey and pale-pink hued boulders with pieces of petrified driftwood scattered throughout as he is now approaching the cold, grey, waters of 'Yellowstone Lake' with a view of beautiful grey mountains hued in muted red, yellow, peach and lavender as the mountains are covered with a covering of pale-blue snow swatches and a white wispy mist slowly rising above them and eerily dissappating into the greyish-pale-blue clouded skyeline. Plus there is a small collection of dark green evergreen trees hued in dark orange and yellow}:

EIGHT: {We are now seeing a view of the lake as it now has a slight ripple to the dark and light blue waters plus we are also seeing a pale-green marsh grass edge on the lake's edge, the marsh grass has a muted hueing of pale-yellow and red. We are now seeing a beautiful eight pointe wrack moose walking lazily enjoying the beautiful day through the cold greey marshey grasslands. We now got a quick glimpse of 'MOOSE THE DOG' smiling happily in wonderment as he is watching 'MOOSE THE MOOSE' now coming on the shoreline and shaking some water off of himself and is standing there happily and lazily drying himself off in the sun. We are now seeing 'MOOSE THE DOG' getting closer to 'MOOSE THE MOOSE' out of curiosity to become friends with him}:

CONTINUATION OF SOME MORE OF MOOSEY'S ADVENTURES: {ENDINGS FOR NOW}:

We are now back on the lake where we are seeing the lovely sun kissed lake that is now supporting a dark blue colouring with a slight aqua hue to it. Plus in the background are some dark-grey snow capped mountains hued in pale-yellow, peach, and lavender. Plus there are some dark green evergreen trees that are casting a pale-yellow glow. The snow swatches on the mountains are mainly dull and listless in hue but are still showing a little diamond like lustration. Plus an olde wooden white walkway bridge extended over the entire length of the lake with pine trees outlining the close shoreling of the lake with ice chunks along the shoreline that are pale-grey mainly in colouring with hues of pale-peach, and red. Plus the trees are showing a slight casting of rust-brown, lavender, and silver. We are now seeing Moe bringing them and their boat dockside.

MORE MOOSEY ADVENTURES: {STARTINGS}:

NINE: {We are now back on the happy and very adventerous Moosey as he is now in an icy cold rough grey colour water stream with huge white and black streaked boulders that are hued with lavender, there are also some busted bare tree limbs in the water that are dark-brown in colouring as they have a really weak hueing of dark-red and yellow, plus there are also some limbs outlining the shoreline. Plus we are seeing in the distance the majestic snow capped sparkling diamond mountains that are hued in pale lavender, yellow, and peach. There are also some evergreen trees that are a rich dark green in colouring as they are showing a hueing of dark-orange, yellow and red. There are also some leafless white birch trees that are showing a slivery glow to them. Plus there are mainly dark-brown scruff-grass that is supporting a sick hueing of yellow, teal-blue, and beige. Moosey is now happily romping through the icey cold water stream with huge grey coloured boulders that are hued in lavender at the bottom of the stream. Moosey is now enjoying himself a nice early spring day swim and is pawing at few red in colour trouts}:

MORE MOOSEY ADVENTURES: {ENDINGS}:

We are now seeing Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe now docking their boat.

MOOSEY ADVENTURES CONCLUSION: {STARTINGS}:

TEN: {We are now back on the happy fun loving Moosey as he is now approaching his biggest adventure of all his adventures. We are now seeing the forest of winter kissed elm trees, that are totally leafless as their trunks are now showing a hueing of dark-red. Plus there is some snow covered grassey landscaping that is olive-green in colouring and is hued in peach and red. Plus he is now on the waters edge that is dark-blue in colour and has a hueing of a very pale-blue silver colouring. Plus there is a giant black huge piece of driftwood that is laying across the entire length of the stream. Moosey is now on his adventure as he is now coming face to face with a nine hundred pound Black Bear walking lazily in the and across the snow covered grounds, with a small collection of leafless Maple trees that are hued in dark-orange and yellow. Moosey has now jumped over the huge dead tree to try and make friend with the 'Teddy Bear'. But just as quick as Moosey had jumped over the huge, dead tree to try and become friends with the bear, Moosey has now turned around with his tail betwixted his pants and has jumped over the dead tree and is high tailing in the other direction as the bear has now stood on his hind legs and has growlled at Moosey. Moosey is now hot footing it through the beautiful collection of pine trees and birch trees lined pathway as he is now afraid of 'Mr. Teddy Bear'. Moosey is now frantically running and crying through the beautiful red and green leafed oake trees lined pathway as the sun is now putting a slivery glow to the pathway. Moosey is now scared witless as Moosey is running and barking and crying to safety through the lovely red, green, and yellow hued ivy covered grounds, up a lovely, rolling snow covered granite walkway as the snow is pale-blue in colouring and showing a diamond lustre as the rocks have the black streaks throughout and are hued in a really muted yellow and pink. Moosey is still running and crying scared as he is now going through a beautiful grassey covered rolling grey and lavender granite boulder walkway, through a clumped of slightly leafed out oake trees that have rust-brown hued trunks and the branches are now showing a hue of dark-orange. Plus there are some bare white birch trees that have hued trunks in dark-red. Plus there is a lovely pale-blue skyeline with huge white Cumlous Clouds floating lazily across the skyeline. Plus a really neat diamond studded set of snow capped rough concrete like textured mountains pale-grey in colouring with a hueing of lavender, pale-yellow, and peach.}:

FINAL CONCLUSION OF THE ADVENTURES OF MOOSEY: {ENDINGS}:

We are now seeing Larry, Moe, and Curly-Joe laughing and teasing one another as they have now gotten off of their boat, fishless and due to the fact that Larry is now dressed in camouflage gear. They are now walking down the same slightly darkened Redwood tree lined, and scruff-trees pathway, as the birch trees look mainly black due to their shaded location and have a slight hueing of pale-orange, yellow, and red as the scruff-trees are mainly olive-green in colouring with a lavender hueing from the sun. They are now going back to the place where they left Moosey to give him a huge hug of love.

We are now seeing Moe still dressed in his dungarees, blue-grey-black-and-white plaid long-sleeved casual shirt, his dark-blue jacket, his Captain's cap and black sneakers. Curly-Joe is dressed in a pair of dark blue casual trousers, medium-blue casual shirt, casual medium-blue jacket, and a dark and light blue French Barretté style of a hat. Larry is now dressed entirely in a camouflage suit still with his still photo-shot camera around his neck and is wall to wall covered in mud.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now pointing a finger at Larry and is laughing hysterically as Curly-Joe is now stating to Larry in a really mischievous tone of a voice}: "Haaha, haaha, haaha, haaha, haaha, haaha, haaha, haaha, look at you, look at you!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now looking at Curly-Joe with a mad look on his face as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe in a mad tone of a voice}: "I know what I am doing, don't worry about that!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now mischievously teasing Larry as Moe is stating to Larry with a really mischievous look on his face}: "Boy, oh, boy, you look like a dirty lawn in the Fall."

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now giving Moe an ugly look as Larry is stating to Moe in a really mean tone of a voice about Moe's wisecrack}: "Very funny, you guys won't laugh when I get first prize for taking a picture of a deer. The only way to get a picture of an animal is too camouflage yourself and sneak up on it!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now laughing hysterically at Larry as Curly-Joe is now stating to Larry in a really mischievous tone of a voice and with a mischievous look on his face}: "Yeah, well watch out for the bears, they're liable to think that you're, aaaaaahaaaaaa, berry bush and chew your arm off, so watch it!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is standing there waving a hand at Curly-Joe in a state of utted disgust is stating to him in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "Ooooh-yeah, ooooh-yeah, ooooh-yeah, ooooh-yeah, ooooh-yeah, ooooh-yeah, ooooh-yeah, ooooh-yeah, ooooh-yeah, ooooh-yeah!"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry standing there on their beautiful dark and eerie Redwood tree lined walkway that is being kissed by a touch of sunlight shining through and is casting a slight yellow and peach hueing. They are now standing there dead in their tracks with horrified lloks of fear and petrified panic on their faces as they have now noticed that Moosey is not on his walking lead tied to the tree that they left him at.

MOE to CURLY-JOE, and LARRY: {As Moe is standing there totally petrified out of his cocoanut to the enth-degree and with a horrified look of panic on his face as Moe is stating to Larry and Curly-Joe}: "Look, come on, he's gone!"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry standing there in the darkened Redwood tree regions looking around in horrified states of fear and panic for their beloved best friend Moosey.

CURLY-JOE to MOE, and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is looking at Moe with a really horrified look of fear on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to them in a petrified tone of a voice}: "And, and, there's wild bear here, and, and Moose!"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry standing there in the totally pitch black thick leafed forest with pale-grey hued tree trunks from a tinch of sun peaking through all with terrified looks of fear and panic on their faces about the fact that Moosey is missing.

LARRY to MOE, and CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is standing there with a really petrified look of hurt on his face as Larry is using hand gestures to support hurt and fear is stating to them in a really panicking tone of a voice}: "Moose, we gotta find Moose!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE, and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at the terribly scared Moe and Larry is pointing a finger at them in fear as Curly-Joe is stating to them in a low and totally freaked out tone of a voice}: "Yeah, Moose!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is still totally worried beyond no end about the where-abouts of Moosey is stating to Curly-Joe as Moe is pointing a finger to the east}: "Hey, you got that way!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is still freaked out to the enth-degree of the where-abouts of poor sweet little Moosey is stat to Larry as Moe is pointing a finger to the west}: "You go that way!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE, and LARRY: {As Moe has now pointing a finger to the south is stating to them still in a totally petrified tone of a voice}: "I'll go that way!"

We are now seeing the frantic 'Stooges' going their separate ways throught the dark and eerie Redwood forest with looks of panic on their faces in the search of the beloved friend Moosey.

We are now seeing Moe making his way through a low entanglement of dark blac coloured scruff-trees with slight hues of orange, and red as Moe is running frantically down a dark leaf covered trailway that looks black from being in such a shaded location but with a hint of the sun it is now showing a light hueing of medium-yellow, lavender, and brown as Moe is now frantically calling out for Moosey: {"Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, hey, Moose, Moose'}: {Here we are seeing Moe down on his hands and knees as Moe is searching the lowered ground coverage for Moosey}:

We are now on Curly-Joe as we are seeing Curly-Joe walking through a lovely setting of a dark-blue skyeline with the sun in full shine of a vibrant orange as Curly-Joe is surrounded by several deep, dark, green evergreen trees with dark-red trunks in hue and the leaves are hued in yellow, silver, and orangeish-brown plus there are also some Redwood trees that are glowing a vibrant yellow as Curly-Joe is now walking through some brown leafed scrub-brush trees that are mainly an olive-green in colouring and has a slight silvery cast to them as Curly-Joe is searching for the lost little poochie Moosey: {"Moose, Moose, here Moose, Moose, Moose, Moose, hey Moose"}: {Here we saw Curly-Joe slightly loosing his balance as Curly-Joe has now slipped on some icey leaf covered walkway}:

We are now on Larry as Larry is basically behind a hidden entanglement of tinly little bare branched scrub-trees with a few scraggley dead brown leaves on them that have a pale-yellow and rust-brown colouring to them from a touch of sunlight as we see a tiny patch of blue skyeline as Larry is now in the process of trying to located poor Moosey. Larry is now down on his hands and knees as he is crawling through the scrub-trees as Larry is stating: {"Moose, Moose, hey, Moose, where are you? Moose, Moose!"}:

We are now seeing Moe crawling on his hands and knees some more through some scrub-tree entanglement where Larry is at as Moe is now catching up with Larry and is not noticing Larry due to Larry's camouflage gear and is stating in a panicking tone of a voice}: {"Here, Moose, here, Moose, Moose, here, Moose"}:

MOE: {As Moe is still panicking and is crawling on his hands and knees through the scrub-covering panicking and is calling for Moosey}: "Moose, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose, here, Moose!"}:

LARRY: {As Larry is still down on his hands and knees in the entanglement of scrub-trees that are a olive-green and hued in peach, grey, brown, and red with a mad look on his face as Larry is stating in a mad tone of a voice in reference to Moe crawling right by him and not even noticing him}: "He must be blind as a bat!"

We are now back on Curly-Joe as Curly-Joe is now walking through an enchanted little semi-dark forest of beautiful scrub-trees that are dark green in colour with hues of muted yellow and pink that are inner twined with sun drenched dark green and orange and red hued evergreen trees with several dark-brown and dark-red hued Redwood tree logs covering the brown leaf covered granite boulder rock walkway as the boulders are an off-white in colour with black stripes on them and are hued in a deep purple and rust-brown as Curly-Joe is still frantically in search of poor Moosey as Curly-Joe is now shouting: {"Moose, where might be my dog? I gotta find my dog, Moose, Moose, Moose, Moose, ooooh, Moose!"}:

We are now back on Larry as Larry has a horrified look of panic on his face as Larry is now looking for Moose as he is walking throught a slightly sun kissed collection of semi-leafed entanglement of scrub-trees dark green and hued in black and red and a couple of evergreen trees that are a rich dark green and are hued in a dark orange, beige and yellow as he is still frantically searching for Moose.

We are now seeing Moe and Curly-Joe meeting up with Larry as they are still standing there in that totally darkened woodsie location of entangled scrub-trees and scrub-covering all with a slight hueing of red, dark-yellow, and peach. As they are still panicking to the enth-degree as they still have not located Moose as Moe is shouting in a loud and freaking tone of a voice: {"Moose, Moose"}:

We are now seeing Larry tapping Moe on his shoulder in a state of mischievous play as Larry is now ducking for cover in his camouflage gear without Moe recognising him.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Mow is standing there with a look of panic on his face as Moe is asking Curly-Joe in a really worried tone of a voice}: "Hi, any luck?"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is standing there waving his arms in defeat as Curly-Joe has a look of dazement on his face as he is stating to Moe in a disgusted tone of a voice}: "Nothin', not a sign!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is standing there with a worried look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a panicking tone of a voice}: "Have you seen Larry?"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is standing there wiht a look of dumbfoundedness on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really worried tone of a voice}: "Hey, come to think of it, I haven't seen him in hours!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is standing there with a really disgusted look on his face as Moe is now stating to Curly-Joe in a really mad tone of a voice}: "That's all we need, now we gotta look for Moose and Larry!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now stating to Moe in a low and mad tone of a voice}: "Well, that's the way it is!"

We are now seeing Larry standing there behind Curly-Joe and Moe with a huge mischievous grin on his face as Larry has now tapped Curly-Joe on his shoulder as Curly-Joe has not noticed Larry due to the fact that Larry is still dressed in his camouflage gear and has now blended in with the scenery.

We are now seeing Moe standing there with a really dumbfounded look on his face as we are seeing Larry standing behind the two of them with a huge mischievous grin on his face as we are seeing that his camouflage suit is now working poifectly as Larry is not being notice by either Moe or Curly-Joe.

Curly-Joe is now looking around as he is now calling out in a loud and panicking tone of a voice: {"Here, Moose, here Larry, here, Larry"}:

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is standing there behind Moe totally un-recognised by Moe or Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really mischievous tone of a voice as Moe is still not noticing him}: "What is it Moe?"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is using hand gestures in a state of disgust as Moe is looking at Curly-Joe with a mad look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a thoroughly disgusted tone of a voice}: "You know, I give up with that idiot. Every time things go wrong, he makes it worse. I wouldn't be surprised if he is out there now with a stick of dynamite trying to catch a fish!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe now has a really perplexed look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a low and dazed tone of a voice}: "Yeah, well, we better catch him!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is going east and Curly-Joe is going west as they both have mad looks on their faces as Moe is now shouting in a loud and mad tone of a voice}: "Well, we better find somebody here!"

We are now standing in the dark and eerie sun kissed gathering of green and lavender scrub-trees as we are now seeing Curly-Joe going eas as Moe is now going west with Larry standing right there behind them as neither Moe nor Curly-Joe has noticed Larry, so that goes to show you that Larry's camouflage gear has really worked.

CURLY-JOE: {As Curly-Joe is now heading east through the beautiful gathering of Redwood trees and scrub-trees as the Redwood trees are mainly a dark-red in colouring and with hues of dark-yellow, beige and teal while the scrub-trees are an olive-green and hued in dark-blue, peach and lavender. Curly-Joe is saying in a low and carrying tone of a voice}: "Hey Larry, hey Larry!?"

MOE: {As Moe is now going west with a worried look on his face as Moe is stating in a worried tone of a voice as Moe is now walking through an lovely forest type setting of huge Redwood trees dark-red with pale-yellow and pink hues from the sun and a gathering of brown leafed scrub-trees as the trees are being kissed in beige, red, and purple as Curly-Joe is stating}: "Here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose!"


CURLY-JOE: {As Curly-Joe is using a really worried tone of a voice and has a really worried look on his face as he is still looking for his friends}: "L-A-R-R-R-Y!"

We are now seeing Larry standing there in the gathering of green and lavender and pale-yellow scrub-trees as Larry has now shrugged his shoulders in a state of 'Oh Well'! As Larry has now turned and is heading north through the gathering of slightly green with a lavenderish-beigeish hue.

LARRY: {As Larry is now running to the north with a really worried look on his face as Larry is now yelling in a panicking tone of a voice in reference to finding his dear friend}: "Here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose, here Moose!"

CURLY-JOE: {As Curly-Joe is still looking for Larry and is stating in a low and panicking tone of a voice}: "Larry, Larry, Larry, Larry, Larry, Larry, Larry, Larry, Larry, Larry!"

MOE: {As Moe is still heading east and is yelling in a panicking tone of a voice}: "Moose, Moose, hey Moose, where are you?"

We are now seeing Larry with a really worried look on his face as Larry is shouting in a really worried tone of a voice as Larry is now walking through the scrub-trees of dark green in colouring and hues of muted yellow, peach, and rust along a walkway that is lined with huge driftwood logs that are black in colouring and from Mr. Sunshine they are being hued in beige, silver, teal-blue, and red.

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is now walking slowly throught the mess of scrub-trees with a really worried look on his face as Larry is shouting in a really panicking tone of voice}: "Moose, where are you?"

We are now seeing Larry get hit hard in his kisser by a scrub-tree that is dark green in colour and has a vibrant yellow hue to it as we are now seeing that brat of a dog Moosey laying on a covering of dry dead brown leaves as Moosey is laughing at Larry being hit in the kisser by the scrub-tree as Moosey is now resting and baking in the beautiful hot sun and is ignoring the poor franticking Larry.

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is standing there amongst a thicket of entangled bare scrub-trees with a lovely lavenderish-beige hue and a lovely aqua-blue skyeline above and full shining brilliant orange and yellow sun as Larry now has a happy look on his face as he has now found Moosey and is stating to Moosey in a really gleeful tone of a voice}: "Moose, I knew I'd find you. I'll show those guys who's the idiot. Moose, come here boy. Hold it, wait a minute, it, it's Larry!"

We are now seeing Larry running like a bat out of hell down a gorgeous dark Redwood and scrub-tree lane as the Redwood trees are a pretty dark-red in colouring and a vibrant orange hue as the scrub-trees look mainly dead brown in colouring as they are trying their best to show a hueing of pale-yellow and lavender hue. As Larry is now being chased by Moosey who at the moment does not recognise Larry due to the fact that Larry is still in his camouflage gear. Larry is now running at a fast pace in circles throught the thickets of scrub-trees as Larry is being chased by Moosey.

LARRY to MOOSE: {As Larry is now running away in a horrible state of panic as Larry is stating to Moe in a panicking tone of a voice}: "Hold it, wait a minute, Larry, Moose, Moose, Moose, Moose, Moose, Moose!"

We are now seeing Larry running still like a bat out of hell through a totally darkened collection of lovely deep green scrub-trees that are being dressed by the sun in purple, red, navy-blue and beige, Larry is now running another pathway that is decorated in dead leaves and dead limbs as everything has an eerie misty pale-grey casting to it as Larry is being chased by Moose, as Moose does not recognise Larry in his camouflage gear.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe and Moe meeting on a beautiful pine needle and snow covered trail that is brown in colouring with a misty lavender haze rising off of everything as the snow swatches are now dancing diamonds. In the background are some beautiful groupings of pine trees deep black in hue from being in a very shaded location and some lovely Redwood trees and some scrub-coverings as the sun is now in full shine in a totally cloud-free skyeline as the sun casting a vibrant red and orange cast to everything as there is a thin covering of snow on the scrub-trees that is glistening like a million little diamonds in a vey muted pale-blue.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now thoroughly exhausted from his searchings for both Larry and Moose as Moe is looking Curly-Joe with a very tiered look on his face as Moe is now stating to Curly-Joe in a really exhausted tone of voice as Moe is now panting for his breath}: "Hi, Curly-Joe!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is aslo exhausted and in panting for breath from his searching for both Larry and Moosey as Curly-Joe is also looking back at Moe with an exhausted look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating back to Moe in a really exhausted tone of a voice}: "Hi, Moe!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now staggering slightly from exhaustion as Moe has an exhausted look on his face and is using a really tired tone of a voice}: "I quit, I'm pooped!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As we are seeing Curly-Joe standing there on a sun drenched pine needle lined walkway that has a lovely casting of vibrant rust-brown, yellow, and red that is also decorated with thin pale-blue diamond lustrating snow swatches as Curly-Joe is now using hand gestures to supporty madness as Curly-Joe has a really disgusted look on his face as Curly-Joe is also using a digusted tone of a voice}: "Yeah, and this is terrible, there's no sign of them anyplace!"

We are now hearing in the background Moosey barking at Larry wickedly as Larry is nos calling out in a really scared and panicking tone of a voice as Larry is now seeing Moe.

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now in a full blown state of panic}: "Hey, Moe, hey, Moe help me, help me,. I found him, I found him, I found Moose!"

We are now seeing the totally paicked to the enth-degree Larry running up to Mor for help as Larry has now lost his balance and is falling flat on his back in the beautiful dark-brown woodise location that looks mainly black from being so covered in Redwood trees which is showing a hueing of a vibrant dark-red, yellow, orange, purple and teal-blue plus there is also some really beautiful lavender hued snow swatches that are glistening like a million of tiny little diamsonds walkway in front of Moe and Curly-Joe as Moose is now happily approaching Moe and Curly-Joe hugging and kissing them as Moose is still barking in horrible state of fear as Moose is not noticing Larry in the camouflage gear.

LARRY to MOE and CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is laying there on the ground in a total state of glee as Moose is now somewhat recognising Larry and is hugging and kissing and crying to Larry in total glee as Larry is stating to Moosey in a really rejoycing tone of a voice}: "I found him, I found him, I found him, I found him, I found him!"

CURLY-JOE to MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe is now gingerly approaching Moosey and has a look of happiness on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moosey in a calming tone of a voice}: "Now easy, now easy, now easy, easy Moose, easy Moose, easy Moose, easy now, easy now, easy now!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe now has a look of glee o his face as Moe is now stating to Larry in a really joyful tone of a voice}: "You found him!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is still laying there on the ground and is being smotherd by kissed of joy from Moosey has Mossey had now recognised it was Larry in the camouflage wear as Larry is stating to Moe in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "YES!"

CURLY-JEO to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now hugging Moosey in joy and Curly-Joe is now stating to Moe in a really happy tone of a voice}: "He found Moose, heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee!"

CURLY-JOE to MOOSE: {As Curly-Joe is stating to Moosey in a really happy tone of a voice and with a really happy look on his face}: "Now, that's a good boy, Moose!"

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe now has a really happy look on his face as Moe is now gently patting his legs for Moosey to come and seed him as Moe is stating to Moosey in a really gleeful tone of a voice}: "All right Moose, good boy, good boy, come here, come here, good boy!"

CURLY-JOE to MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe is now hugging and kissing Moosey is stating to Moosey with a really happy look on his face as Curly-Joe is using a really happy tone of a voice}: "Good boy, Moose, good boy. I missed you!"

We are now seeing Moe and Curly-Joe with happy looks on their faces as they are now standing there on the beautiful snow covered diamond lustrating pale-blue and brown leafy walkway that is hued from the full sun in colours of amaytheyst, pale-red, peach, and yellow plus there are some beautiful sun kissed scrub-trees and Redwood trees glowing in the sun that are mainly dark-brown in colouring as they have hueings of beige, orange, and red as they are now gleefully hugging and kissing Moosey and are now slightly ignoring poor Larry as Larry is now sitting there with a really hurtful look on his face.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is still hugging and kissing Moosey as Curly-Joe is now looking at Larry with a perplexed look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a joyful tone of a voice}: "You're a really a supper, dupper, Moose finder, you really are, haaahaa-haaahaa-haaahaa-haaaha-haaahaa-haaahaa-haaahaa-haaahaa!"

Here we are seeing Moe and Curly-Joe still hugging and kissing Moosey in glee on that lovely beautiful diamond lustred walkway that is also black in casting from the dark location. We are now getting a close-up on the camouflaged Larry as he is now sitting there with a petrified look of fear and panic on his face.

It is now dawn of the next morning and we are seeing a beautiful start to the day. They skyeline is now yawning and is a blend of dark-grey Cumlous Mamolus Clouds with the sun peaking through. We are now seeing in the background beautiful mountains that are dark-grey and are being spotted by the sun which is giving them a dark-red hue. We are now seeing a sand-barge in the lake that is covered with little scrub-trees that are also dark-grey and are giving way to a dark-red and lavender hueing. As theye are also being kissed by the sun and are now getting a pretty hueing of a vibrant yellow, orange, teal-blue and purple. The lake is cold, dark-blue in colour with patches of choppy ice that is glistening like tiny little diamonds lazily floating on it. As the sun is now shining down on the lake it is setting off a dark-red and teal-blue hueings. As the ice is also letting off a thin, misty pale-blue haze as it is now giving way to the sun.

MOE NARRATING: {"Haaaha, haaaha, haaaha, haaaha, haaaha, haaaha, haaaha, haaaha, poor Larry for fifty years of scripts never let him do anything right. I guess it became a habit. Moose finally recognised an olde friend beneath all that camouflage and we headed back to the geyser fields for a gag we just couldn't resist playing."}:


"ONCE A STOOGE ALWAYS A STOOGE:" {BEGINNINGS}:

As Moe way narrating we now saw Moe, Moosey, Larry, and Curly-Joe driving their van back to the geyser fields as they are now parking it in an area that is covered with brown leaves and twigs. As we are also seeing a semi-dark walkway that is also of brown leaves and twigs and dark-green evergreen trees on both sides as the sun is now shining through and casting a pale-blue, yellow, peach, and lavenderish-silver on the trees and the walkway.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe exiting from their van and is opening the side passenger door and is taking out a 'Natural Petroleum Pump' with a handle on it. We are now seeing Larry exiting from the van as Moosey is now standing in front of the fake petroleum pump laughing hysterically at the goings ons as Moe is now approaching Curly-Joe from his left side to help him finish setting up the fake petroleum pump. Moe is now standing at Curly-Joe's left side as Curly-Joe is now stooped over and Larry is now on his hands and knees as Larry and Curly-Joe are now finishing setting up the fake petroleum pump and are now mischievously getting ready for their fun.

We are now seeing approximately thirty tourists now walking up a beautiful walkway that is lined in rolling granite rocks that are off-white in colour and black ribbons on them with a hueing of dark-red and pale-blue from the sun. The skyeline is a lovely shade of pale-blue with wispy Cirous Cluds the walkway is lined with huge dark-green evergreen and Redwood trees that are pure black from their shaded location and with the sun shining through slightly we are seeing a really muted casting of peach, and pale-red.

ONE MALE TOURIST to HIS WIFE: {As they are happily walking down the beautiful tree lined walkway as he is pointing a finger at Larry, Curly-Joe, Moe, and Moosey as he is stating to her in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Hey, Mary, look, it's 'The Stooges'."

ANOTHER MALE TOURIST to ANOTHER MALE TOURIST: {As the first male tourist is stating to the second male tourist in a questionable but yet cheerie tone of a voice}: "Hey, what do they got there? It looks like some kind of a plant!?"

We are now back on Moe, Moosey, Curly-Joe and Larry as Moe is standing there holding onto Moosey as Curly-Joe is holdign the fake natural petroleum pump and Larry is now getting it situated into the ground as they are now have no recollection what-so-ever of the tourists walking up the tree lined walkway and are watching them.

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is still down on his hands and knees and is looking up at Curly-Joe with a look of mischief on his face as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe in a really mischievous tone of a voice}: "They must be crazy the way we got her."

We are now seeing Moe holding onto to Moosey as Moosey has now noticed the tourists as Moosey is barking loudly and happily at them as Larry is still on his hands and kness putting on the last and final touches of installing their fake petroleum pump as we are now seeing Curly-Joe with a really mischievous look on his face as Curly-Joe is now turning the very squeekey wheel of their fake petroleum pump. We are now seeing a chain reaction of beautiful layered pale-grey and granite geysers going off puffing out hot grey-pale-blue steaming water and smoke that is now floating off into a grey over-casted skyeline of Cumlous Mamulous Clouds and over the dark-blue with a slight aqua hueing lake with ice patches that are a silvery grey in colouring as they are now showing a slight diamond like lustration and several mountains that looks black in colouring due to the fact of the over-casted skyeline but the mountains are also trying to show a slight hueing of pale-yellow, peach, lavender, and red in the background.

We got a quick glimpse of Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe and Moosey standing there using hand gestures to support glee as they also have gleeful looks on their faces as they are now totally satisfied with their 'Stooges' prank they now just pulled off.

We are now seeing all hell breaking loose as Curly-Joe is now turning the wheel on their fake natural petroleum pump as it is now once again causing another chain reaction fo setting the geysers into a spastic fit as we are now seeing one that is of a deep black whole with a slight pale-lavender hueing as the geyser is now letting off a huge cloud of gaseous smoke into the grey over-casted skyeline with a background of dark green with hueings of dark-orange, teal-blue and rustish-red scrub-trees behind them with dark-green evergreen trees that look black in castings from their really shaded location as they have a weak hueing of pear-yellow and brown and a barrier of beautiful navy-blue looking mountains with hues of purple, teal-blue, peach and red with snow capped peaks that look like thick patches of massonnary filler that are trying to show a slight diamon lustration.

We are now seeing a huge black hole filled with boiling hot water rushing out of it with a slivery-grey hueing as steam that is dark-grey in colouring with a really thick lavenderish-pale-pink casting wildly blowing off of it into totally grey over-casted skyeline with a background of dark-blue and muted turquoise hue of choppy ice patched mound of lumpy textured concrete rock with a pale-lavender hueing as the ice is showing a really weak diamond lustration as there are some scrub-trees that are mainly a greenish-brown in colouring as they are now getting a touch of sunlight and the dark-green evergreen trees with a hint of a pale-yellow and peach from the patial sunlight in the mainly dark-grey coloured over-casted skyeline.

We are now seeing a rough, rocky landscape grey in colour with a little bit of green grass growning on the side. The main area is a huge, rough, and uneven collection of grey and snow covered granite rocks that have a little hueing of pale-yellow as the snow is now showing a slight lavender hue and a really weak diamond lustre with a medium-grey over-casted skyeline plus there are a collection of dark-green evergreen trees and black bare scrub-trees, as the evergreen trees are supporting a light hueing of dark-orange and dark-red as the scrub-trees are showing a little hueing of purple and rust-brown. All the while another geyser is now puffing out uncontroably out a low covering of smoke and boiling hot water as it is now lazily floating straight up and out across the rocky dark-blue with red and yellow and orange hueing ground coverings.

We are now back on Moe, Moosey, Curly-Joe, and Larry as they all have mischievous looks on their faces as they are now enjoying their fun to the enth-degree as Curly-Joe is now also enjoying the fun as Curly-Joe is standing there smiling mischievously and turning the wheel on their fake natural petroleum pump at a rapid pace.

We are now seeing another black, dark-blue hole of scalding hot water bubbling furiously as it is now sending out a huge bunch of clouds of hot thick grey steam that is slightly pale-pink in hueing that is now rolling across a cold and icey grey rocky landscaping that is uneven and looks like thick poorly made and dumped concrete that is a slightly pale-red and teal-blue in hueing. Plus there is a collection of totally dead black in colouring from their shaded location and the over-casted skyeline of evergreen trees that are showing a really weak hueing of dark-orange and red plus in the far distance is a collection of deep charcoal grey mountains that look like thick uneven concrete plus they look like they have been hued in a smattering of fire ashes and with a slight hueing of navy-blue and purple. The snow swatches in the creviouses are deadly dull in looks as they look like poorly painted on pale-blue texture paint.

We are now once again getting a quick glimpse of the mischievous 'Four Stooges' standing in front of their van laughing and dancing in total joy and mischief as they are now having a ball with their toy.

We are now seeing another geyser having a spatic fit as it is spewing forth a waterfall of scalding hot water that is deep-grey in colour with a hint of a rainbow in it from being touched by the sun over a landscape of frozen, rocky, snow covered mixture of mud, shale, and granite rock landscaping.

Here we go again, now we are seeing another icey cold setting of a very over-casted skyeline, dark-green evergreen trees in the background, with bare scrub-trees touched touched in snow standing in front of them all with a black casting and peachish-yellow hue.

We are now seeing two more geysers, deep black holes filled with hot boiling water as they are now wildly and spastically spewing out thick grey clouds of smoke and more scalding hot water that is now whirlling over a rocky, cold, grey, snow covered landscape that is mainly dark-grey in colouring with hues of peach, beige, red, and yellow as the thick, hot scalding water is spewing in all directions.

We are now seeing a lovely background of dark-grey snow capped mountains, that are slightly hued with pale-yellow, peach and lavender as there are some lovely snow touched dark-green evergreen trees, that are dark-red in hue. Plus there is a vast landscape of icey, cold snow covered rough, rocky granite rocks that are pale-grey in colouring with hue of peach and purple plus there are several dad white birch trees that have a teal-blue hue to them. As we are now seeing another geyser exploding out of control a thick, charcoal grey smokey haze and scalding hot bubbling waterfall across an icey pale-blue snow covered terrain that is showing a slight diamond lustre from a weak sun shining through a mainly over-casted skyeline. The terraine looks like it was made out of lumpy concrete mixed with massonnary filler that was haphazardly poured really uneven.

We are now back at their van as we are now seeing 'The Four Stooges' standing there really enjoying the mischievous play as they are now jumping up and down with huge grins of mischief on their faces as they are still having the times of their lives as Curly-Joe is now turning the pumpl handle even more tighter.

Here we go again as we are now enjoying more of 'The Four Stooges' fun as we are looking at another background of dark-green, evergreen trees with a slight dark-red hue to them as there is a small mountain peak, peaking through the evergreen trees , icey, cold grey in colour as there are snow swatches in the creviouses that look like thick globs of 'School Paste' sloppily drapped on them with a hueing of light lavender. Some of the bare scrub-trees in front of the evergreen trees as the scrub-trees are a medium green in colouring and hued in pale-peach and red as the evergreen trees are dark-green with a hueing of beige, amathyest, and pear-yellow. In the very far distance we are seeing an Olde English style of a house that is white with huge marble stone pillars in front and with beveled glass windows and entranceway doors with pop-out windows that also have beveled glass windows and a copper-slate roofing on the entire house and with gingerbreading trim. Plus there is a vast collection of dark-brown snow covered ground-covering that is dark-green and hued in dark-red and yellow as the snow is a silvery-blue in colouring and is showing a slight diamond lustre, plus there is a collection of rough, uneven icey rocks that are grey in colouring with a icey-silvery-blue cast to them.

We are now seeing another geyser that is of a deep hole that is black in colouring with a navy-blue hue to it that is eruppting out of control as it is spitting hot boiling water out in every directions across the ice landscaping of icey that looks like polyurethane polished to a high gloss as there is now thick medium grey clouds of gaseous smoke clouds hued in purple coming straight up and out of the geyser as the smoke is now blowing in all directions across the icey, cold, snow covered grey rocky terrain the looks like highly polished polyurethane with a medium blue and orange hue to it.

We are now back at the van and 'The Four Stooges' as they are now really happy at their prank as we are seeing Moe standing there holding Moosey on his walking lead as Moe is using hand gestures of pure mischief and is encouraging Curly-Joe to twist the wheel on their fake petroleum pump to make go even faster. Larry is standing there gleefully and mischievously pointing a finger at their geyser prank as Larry is now reaching down and loosening up another wheel to make their fake petroleum pump go even faster as Curly-Joe is now jumping up and down in glee is now mischievously turning the main wheel to get the geyser to spastic out ever more so as we are now seeing Larry happily and mischievously taking video photo-shots of the whole event.

Now let's return to the fun as we are now once again seeing another deep, dark grey bunch of mountains in the background that are spotted with ice and snow swatches, the mountains are a medium grey in colour and hued in red, peach, and lavender as the ice and snow swatches are a vibrant silver in colour and hued in teal-blue as they are showing a lustration of millions of tiny dancing diamonds. There is a full over-casted skyeline that is dark and pale grey in colour with dark grey Cumolous Mamulous Clouds layered like balls of cotton candy. More vast rocky, icey, and snow covered terrain that is mainly a piercing icey pale blue in colour with a hueing of brown, peach, and lavender. As we are now seeing another geyser spewing out a combination of hot, dark-grey smoke and navy-blue hued scalding hot water frantically in a straight peach hued upright waterfall pattern across a landscaping that looks like thick mounds of lumpy and poorly spread mounds of off-white of grey concrete that is black in hue with a slight gathering of some ice that looks like a slick coating of rust-brown colour polyurethane.

We are now seeing a mass mess of rolling course rocky terrain with a clump of mud-like dark-brown volcanic rock that is eerie cold, and is supporting a slight orange hueing plus a covering of icey snow that is medium-grey in colouring and is hued from a very pale sun that is trying to shine through a mainly over-casted skyeline in a very pale beige and lavender. Plus there is a collection of dark, green evergreen trees in the background that is showing a hueing of dark-orange and dark-red. Plus there are some totally dead leafless white birch trees that are showing a hueing from the muted sun a very pale blue hue to their trunks.

We are now in the process of seeing another deep, dark, black geyser hole that is supporting a medium-grey hueing as it is spewing straight upwards a thick navy-blue hued set of smoke and a waterfall like spray of scalding hot water that is pale-grey in colour and is sending it wildly in all directions plus the hot water and smokey steam is now crawlling over an icey uneven concrete like terrain that is beige and teal-blue in hueing to the east.

We are now seeing the cold, grey, totally mainly over-casted skyeline as it is now slightly giving way to let the sun shine partially as we are seeing as far as the eyes can see a beautiful collection of evergreen trees that are looking black from being in a shaded location and the partially over-casted skyeline as they are now trying to support a weak yellow, rust-brown, and orage hueing. Plus there are some lovely rolling green grassey landscaping touched by spots of pale-grey snow as the trees are showing a muted red and lavender hue as the snow has a slight navy-blue look to it as it is trying to glisten like diamonds through the muted sunshine. 'Yellowstone Lake is now mainly thawed out and is supporting a cold, dark-grey, eerie colouring with ice patches floating lazily along that are pale-blue in hueing and a slight diamond lustration.

As we are now seeing at the southern shoreline another geyser that is a dark charcoal grey hole that is spewing out hot gas that is like a thick dark-blue hazey mist and some more boiling hot navy-blue in hueing in a circle like motion in all directions, across a snow covered, pale-lavender hueing and diamond like casting icey terrain that looks like it ha been glazed over and buffed to a high sheen.

We are now back on the van where we are now seeing Moe standing there at Curly-Joe's left side and at Larry's right side as Curly-Joe is now out of control in mischief as Curly-Joe is now twirlling the wheel on their fake petroleum pump thingie to make the geysers spastic out even more crazier than ever.

We are now seeing Moe, Moosey, Curly-Joe and Larry all pointing fingers and are laughing and slapping their thighs hysterically at their fake petroleum pump making the geysers freak out beyond no end.

We are now once again looking at a really pretty skyeline that is mainly a medium-grey and over-casted with several large huge white Cumlous-Mamulous clouds floating lazily along and are showing a light hint of pale-blue in colouring as the sun is now trying to break through the over-casted skyeline and is trying to put a pale-yellow hueing to everything. Plus there is a massive gathering of beautiful snow smattered mountains that are pale-blue in colouring and with hues of pale-beige, lavender, and red with a small section of green grass that is a medium-green in colouring and with the muted sun shining through the somewhat over-casted skyeline is now showing a peach hue. Plus there is a wide vast rollling landscape that is pure medium-grey in colour and a rich, dark-red in hues and is totally covered in cold, dreary, dark-grey, lumpy concrete textured ice and snow as the snow has the look of thick pale-grey textured paint spattered over the thick, dull, navy-blue hued ice plus there is a small bunch of evergreen trees right dead centre that are a dark, rich, dark green in colour and are hued in a deep dark-red, orange, and brown.

Again another geyser of charcoal grey, with a thick, smoke-like texture steam that is medium-blue in colour is now rising at a spastic rate as it is spitting out with it a hot spraying of black in colour waterfall as the gaseous clouds as they are mixted with the hot water that is spraying out rapidly now looks like an opaqué collection of dark-blue haze that is squirting wildly out of the geyser on both sides as they are now eerily dissappating across the cold, grey, icey landscapings that are really rough in texture and a vibrant purple in hue.

We are now back on their van and the totally happy, spastic bunch of 'Stooges' as they are now cracking up hysterically and mischievously pointing fingers at their fun and games as they are now jumping up and down in mischievous glee. As Curly-Joe is now happily twisting the handle of their fake petroleum pump even tighter to cause everything to spastic out even faster as Larry is now videoing all of the events.

We are now seeing another setting of cold, grey, rocky ice and snow covered landscaping that is pale-grey in colour with a hueing of peach, red, and navy-blue as the ice and snow are slightly glistening like little diamonds from a muted sun shining through a mainly over-casted skyeline plus there is a collection of dark green, hued in brown, red, and orange evergreen trees. As the dark, black, eeire geyser hole is now frantically spitting out a hot, thick, smoke like texture of scalding hot water mixed with a thick, fire ashes in texture steamy mist as the water and steam is now flying in all directions over the icey, cold grey, very smooth in texture like polished glass and is spilling into a huge puddle over the right side onto a rough, dark grey lumpy 'School Paste' texture clumping of volcanic rocks.

We are now seeing another setting of a really dark grey skyeline with a heavy Cumlous Mamulous clouds that are black in hueing floating lazily across the skyeline. An eerie, deep, dark green bunch of evergreen trees that look pure black from the over-casted skyeline and a really muted dark-red, and orange in hueing. Plus a landscaping that looks like the moon, rough, rocky ground with huge crater's like holes drilled in it with a bit and auger, a thick layer of ice and snow on top that looks like badly mixed and dumped crack caulk and wooden varnish and hued in a slivery-peahc hue sitting next to another deep, black, hole of a geyser that is spitting out a thick, gaseous smoke that is dark grey in colour and a purpleish-teal stream of hot, scalding water in every direction across the landscaping of beige coloured sandy ground hue in light orange and with olive-green coloured scrub-trees hued in pale-yellow. The clouds of steam are now taking on a thick opaqué navy-blue look as they are now shooting straight upwards and both the water and steam are crawlling eerily into the dark skyeline.

We are now back on the very happy and purely mischievous 'Four Stoges' as we are now seeing just the hands of Moe, Curly-Joe, and Larry as the three of them are now totally nuts as they are twirlling at a fast rate of speed the wheel on their fake petroleum pump thingie as they are now mischievously going at it and freaking out more geysers and hot water holes.

Curly-Joe has now removed the entire top portion of their fake petroleum pump thingie as we are now seeing Moosey watching him in total glee as Curly-Joe is now sticking his hand down and inside of their fake petroleum pump thingie as Curly-Joe is now adjusting the speed knob to make it work even faster as Curly-Joe has now put the cover back onto the bottom of their fake petroleum pimp.

Here we go again. More lovely mainly deep grey over-casted skyeline kissed with a very light hue of pale-blue and yellow as we are now seeing the sun shining ever so slightly in the skyeline as we are now seeing a rolling, and hilly landscape that looks like thick dumpings of poorly made rough and lumpy clay and massonnary filler that is dark-grey in colouring and is hued in olive-green and purple. There is a clumping of dark green evergreen trees that are holding a black hue due to the over-casted skyeline and showing the most palest hue of purple and yellow plus there is some very dead brown in colouring of grass touched in snow that is of thin angel's hair in texture and hued in peach and pale-pink. Plus there is a vast landscaping of rough, and rocky charcoal grey and brown and orange hued rocky terrain of the texture of lumpy concrete with hints of dead brown scrub-grass peaking through it. A wisp of snow blown acrossed it with patches of cold, eeriey, dark-grey ice chunks that are hued in lavender and navy-blue. We are seeing the really far background another geyser wildly spitting out huge thick greyish-white clouds of smoke that are dissappating wildly in all directions and straight up. Plus there is also spewing out wildly a thick, black stream of hot scalding water across the landscaping.

Here we are now seeing another background of huge olive-green evergreen trees with a slight lavenderish-peach and yellow cast to them as the sun is now becoming brighter in the over-casted skyeline pushing away the lovely huge white Cumlous-Mamulous clouds that are floating lazily along. We are seeing a rolling green grass landscaping shaded by some pine trees that looks like a glofing field that is a vibrant green in colour and orange hue. The tall dark green pine trees are now meeting up with a dark-blue, choppy 'Yellowstone Lake' that has lavender and pale-yellow hued ice chunks floating lazily along from the sun as we are now seeing another geyser having a spastic fit seinding out a cloud of hot, thick opaqué gaseous steam that is now spraying a navy-blue hued stream and covering the entire landscaping. Plus there is a huge single stream of hot, pale-peach hued steam of scalding hot water.

We are now back at the van and 'The Four Fun Loving Stooges' as they are standing there having a ball as they are still lauging mischievously and are jumping up and down in glee as Curly-Joe is now even more tighting the handle to their fake petroleum pump.

We are now looking down a dark-green oake tree lined walk-way that are hued in yellow, red, and orange as there are twigs as we are now coming face to face with another black, hot water, hole as it is now spastically shooting straight up a thick navy-blue hued stream of scalding hot waterfall that is now spraying the water over the entire landscape of rolling green grass that is being kissed by the sun and is hued in a vibrant yellow and is spotted with ice and snow swatches that are slightly glistening like diamonds and pale-blue in hue.

Another geyser is now exploding wildly huge clouds of thick pale-grey smoke and scalding hot water across a rolling and rocky landscape of granite rocks that are off-white with black hues that are laiden in swatches of snow and ice that is dull and lifeless in looks as we are now seeing some of the smoke clouds now climbing out of the hole their way over the hilly landscape also with patches of ice and snow textured in polyurethane as it is now finally dissappating through a thicket snow capped evergreen trees hued in pale-pinkish-lavender and muted yellow. The smoke is now dissappting into the dark-grey skyeline as the waterfall of scalding hot water is now shooting wildly into the skyeline.

We are now back once again onf the bunch of fun loving 'Four Stooges' who are still jumping up and down and laughing hysterically in glee and excitement to their fun as Curly-Joe is even tightening more the handle of their fake petroleum pump in joyous mischief.

We are now seeing the mass of tourist sight-seeres both adults and kids walking down a paved walkway that is being lighted by the sun as we are seeing outling the walkway beautiful rolling landscaping of scrub-grass and a woodsie gathering of sun kissed Redwood and evergreen trees all supporting a pale-yellow and red hues.

We are now seeing another dark, cold, grey, eerie landscaping of deep charcoal grey mountains in the background that are hued in teal-blue, peach, and yellow. The skyeline is now totally over-casted with a thick covering of deep grey Cumlous-Mamulous clouds. A landscaping of rolling, totally wispy snow covered, rocky terrain with an ice glazing that is a muted lavender and green in hue. Plus there are two geysers in the real distance and one close-up spastically shooting scalding hot water out of their deep, dark, black holes over the landscaping along with thick opaqué dark-grey gaseous material that is a vibramt amathyest in hue straight up into the skyeline.

We are now once again seeing a landscaping that looks the surface of the moon; really rough and uneven cement like textured ground with her crater like holes gouged in at different intervals and is medium-grey and teal-blue hued. Another geyser is having a tin hissie fit sending navy-blue scalding hot water all over the landscaping and thick opaqué medium grey gaseous clouds hued in redish-orange straight in the skyeline.

We are now seeing a really stormy dark Cumlous-Mamulous charcoal grey skyeline. Landscaping that looks like thick lumpy badly poured concrete with tiny holes drilled in it all over the place and deep grey in colouring and black in hue. As we are now seeing another geyser that looks like it was made our of huge balls of concrete that was sloppily dumped and now shape to it as again scalding hot water hued in orange is running out of it across the landscaping and hot, gaseous fumes spewing out and up into the skyeline the fumes are hued in silvery-pale-blue.

We are now back at the van again as we are seeing Moe and Larry laughing and having a ball to the enth-degree as Curly-Joe is now really in a full blow state of demented mischievousness as Curly-Joe is now taking the lid off of their fake natural petroleum pump and is once again reaching down inside of it and tightening a leaver inside to cause it to spastic things even more as Curly-Joe has now re-placed the lid back on it and has tightened the handle even more.

We are now once again seeing another set of landscapings that cosists of a line-up of thick, deep, dark green evergreen trees. Plus a totally over-casted skyeline with thick deep grey Cumlous clouds floating lazily across . The landscaping that looks like layeres of really lumpy concrete with a few totally dead brown scrub-trees poking out and around. The landscaping is showing hues of peach and red while the srcub-trees are hued in a muted yellow. There is another geyser that looks like a ball of really rough and layered massonarry filler that was dumped and not shaped at all as we are seeing boiling hot black in hued water pouring out all over the place and thick opaqué navy-blue steam rising straight out and eerily crawlling into the great unknown.

We are now seeing a landscaping of deep, dark, green evergreen trees that look totally black from the over-casted charcoal grey skyeline with a thick covering of Cumlous clouds floating lazily along. Plus a rolling landscape of medium-green tundra-grass with a slight snow smattering. The evergreen trees have a muted dark-red hueing while the tundra-grass is muted yellow in hueing with a slight hint of peach plus everything has a dark-brown look to them. Ther is a really uneven concrete and modeling clay textured landscaping that is deep grey in colouring with huge black looking holes drilled in it all over the place. In the distance another deep, dark, black hole that is sending scalding hot silvery hued hot water all along the landscaping and thick grey opaqué smoke clouds lazily into the skyeline.

The 'Four Fun Loving Stooges' are still at it as we are seeing another landscaping of sandy beige snow hued scrub-covering landscape, with green grass on part of it that is a muted pale-pink and red in hue as the snow is lustrating slightly with a diamond lustre. Plus there is collection of dark-green evergreen trees in the really far distance that is hued in a muted rust-brown, red, dark-orange and black. Plus we are seeing a spill over grom the lake that is deep, dark-grey in colouring. We are now seeing another geyser having a spastic attack sending out wildly hot boiling water and thick eerie dark black gaseous, opaqué steam.

We are now on our second to the last spastic geyser exploding wickedly as we are seeing it through a leaf and limb linded walkway outlined in dark green evergreen trees. The smoke and water from the geyser is dark-grey and hued in purple and orange while walkway is hued in a muted yellow and pale-blue. The evergreen trees looks mainly black from the over-casted skyeline and hued in a really weak red, and dark-yellow.

We are now seeing one last and final geyser enjoying his tin hissie fit and is spastically out of control shooting a thick black opaqué gaseous steam into the totally over-casted Cumulous cloud skyeline. Hot scalding navy-blue hued hot water all over a landscaping of deep, dark, green, black hued evergreen trees. There is a rolling landscape of beigeish-rust coloured sandy tundra plus near the geyse the landscaping consists of lightly snow covered rough textured sand with a little smattering of grass growing all on it. The landscaping has a muted dark-yellow and red casting as the snow is medium-blue in hue and is dull and lifeless looking.

We are now seeing a crowd of tourists both adults and kids walking down a lovely paved walkway with a pale yellow hueing as we are seeing in the background a lovely collection of dark green evergreen trees that have hueings of dark-red, orange, in the shaded location and a slight silvery-pale-blue cast in the lighted area. Plus a sandy, rough, tundra with scrub-coverings of trees and grass smattered all over the place. They sandy tundra is hued in a muted orange and lavender with the scrub-trees and grass are muted in a mild yellow and purple hueing.

We are now seeing the bunch of tourists walking down the lane as they are happily smiling and waving at 'The Four Stooges.'

We are now seeing 'The Four Stooges' quickly gathering their fake natural petroleum pump thingie and the connection hose that went with it as they are now quickly getting into their van and are in the process of making a quick and hasty get-away. We are now seeing several 'Park Patrol Bobbies' now walking their way with mad looks on their faces to see if they could figure out what kind of mischief 'The Four Stooges' were involved in.

"ONCE A STOOGE ALWAYS A STOOGE": {ENDINGS}:


CURLY-JOE to LARRY, MOE, and MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe now has a worried look on his face as Curly-Joe is now stating to them in a petrified tone of a voice as Curly-Joe is now quickly putting their fake natural petroleum pump thingie into their van as they too are now quickly getting into their van}: "We bett get out of here, the Rangers are coming, we better hurry, they're kind of big ones!"

We are now seeing Moe quickly getting behind the driving wheel of their van as Curly-Joe, Moosey, and Larry are high tailing it into their van and are quickly slamming shut the van doors as theyr are now speeding out of there as not to get caught about their prank.

We are now seeing them speeding like bats outta hell down a lovely two lane roadway that is outlined on the right side by a gorgeous mass of grey mountains that are hued in lavender, peach, and pale-yellow as we are seeing the snow swatches glistening like diamonds by the sun that is now starting to shine through the over-casted charcoal grey skyeline and is turning the skyeline into a lovely pale-blue. We are now seeing to our left a rickety falling down from age and decay a white wooden fencing and a lovely flat grassey area that is medium green in colouring and hued in a medium yellow, teal-blue and amathyest, plus there is one little lonely dark-green scrub tree that is hued in a vibrant orange. A further bit in a medium-sized clumping of scrub-trees that are dark-green in colour and have a partial leafage and are hued in dark-yellow, beige, and red. Plus a massive collection of dark-green evergreen trees that have a hueing of pale-silvery-grey and yellow.

MOE NARRATING: {"Just fourteen miles after a haisty exit from the west-gate of 'Yellowstone' we stopped to try our luck at 'Timbre Creek'. A small stream that flows into 'Henry's Lake' and teamed with 'Native Brooke Trout.'}:

We are now seeing Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe standing in front of 'Timbre Creek' that is a small body of water about eighteen inches in width flowing lazily through a terrain of scrub-brush, thistles, dead grass, and a few small Prairie Cactuses, and a few tiny little scrub oake like trees peaking their heads out. The terrain is of a rich olive-green and is hued in a vibrant orange, yellow, brown and red while the scrub-brush, is medium green in colour and is hued in a muted yellow and navy-blue, the thistles are mainly dead brown in colour as their lovely purple caps are trying to show their colouring from being kissed by a cold and mean winter season, as the grass is supporting a sick shade of brown colouring. We are now seeing across the roadway from 'Timbre Creek' a wonderful and majestic array of rough concrete like textured mountains that are charcoal grey in colour with a hueing of pale-pink, lavender, teal-blue, and purple with patches of ice on their peaks that are bright to look at and shining like millions of diamonds from the sun. Plus the mountains are dotted with deep, dark-green scrub-trees that are wearing a hueing of fushia pink, silver, and rust-brown.

CURLY-JOE to MOE and LARRY: {As they are now casting their fishing reels into 'Timbre Creek' as Curly-Joe is stating to them in a really low whisper}: 'S-S-S-S-S-S-H-H-H-H-H-H, now be quiet!"

We are now getting a small close-up shot of 'Timbre Creek' as we are seeing Curly-Joe casting his fishing reel wire. A beautiful purely calm body of water that is pristene aqua-blue in colour as the brown marshey grass lined landscaping is now caster and lavender hue on it and slightly peach.

MOE to HIS TROUT: {As Mos is now standing there in the beautiful pristene aqua-blue waters of 'Timbre Creek' and along the lovely marshey green and brown hued landscaping as Moe has now snagged himself a lovely three pound trout as is stating to him in a low and happy tone of a voice}: "Whoa, dere, easy mow boy, easy hunha, now that's what I call luck. First cast, and pow!"

As Moe is now reeling in his prize catch we are seeing Larry and Curly-Joe standing there holding onto their fishing reels with dazed looks on their faces. As we are seeing in a far distance background beautiful rolling, rough, sandy tundra that is mainly beige in colouring and is hued a in pale-yellow, lavender, and pink and is dotted with brown scrub-covering that is hued in olive-yellow and red. As we re getting closer we are now seeing a rickety, olde, un-painted wooden fencing leaning towards the grassey landscaping that is of totally scrub-trees and grass that is dark-yellow in colour and hued in rust-peach-and-olive-green plus one scraggley olde tall dead brown scrub-tree hued in red,

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is standing there in the brown, marshey grass in 'Timbre Creek' holding his fishing reel as Larry now has a mad look on his face as Lary is stating to Curly-Joe in a low and disgusted tone of a voice}: "Boy, is he lucky!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is also standing there in the brown, marshey grasslands holding his fishing reel with a really disgusted look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a low and disgusted tone of a voice}: "Yeah, he sure is lucky!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now becoming happy for Moe as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a serious tone of a voice and with a carrying look on his face}: "Bring him in, easy Moe, easy does it!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is looking at Curly-Joe with a look of determination on his face as Larry is handing Curly-Joe his fishing reel as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe in a determined tone of a voice}: "Here hold this, I'll help him get it out."

MOE to HIS TROUT: {As Moe is still standing there in total pride as Moe is still reeling in his trout and is stating to the trout in a calm and easing tone of a voice}: "Easy, easy fella, easy now, okay boy, come in here!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now in the process of taking a still photo-shot of Moe and his prize trout is stating to Moe in a carrying tone of a voice}: "Okay Moe, I've got it!"

We are now in the process of catching another trout as we are now hearing Curly-Joe and Larry arguing amongst themselves on who's fishing reel has now caught the trout.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is standing there holding a fishing reel is shouting loudly at Larry in a gleeful and slightly mad tone of a voice}: "Look out Larry, I got something!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is looking at Curly-Joe with a perplexed look on his face as Larry is stating to Curly-joe in a questionable and worried tone of a voice}: "What-what?"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now using a happy tone of a voice as Curly-Joe is now in the process of reeling in the trout as Curly-Joe is stating Larry in a proud tone of a voice}: "I got something!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now yelling back at Curly-Joe in madness as Larry is thinking it is his fishing reel that now holds the second trout as Larry is now yelling dementedly back to Curly-Joe in a really disgusted tone of a voice and with a really disgusted look on his face}: "That's mine!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now shouting back to Larry in a mad and disgusted tone of a voice and with a disgusted look on his face}: "No, that's mine!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now running over to Curly-Joe totally disgusted as Larry is now shouting at Curly-Joe in a thoroughly disgusted tone of a voice as Larry is grabbing the fishing reel from Curly-Joe's hand}: "That's mine, that's mine!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now shouting to Larry in a mad tone of a voice and with a mad look on his face}: "No, no, that's mine, that's mine, I can tell it is mine!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now totally disgusted with Curly-Joe as Larry is now grabbing the fishing reel from Curly-Joe's hand in utter disgust}: "Don't tell me, I just laid it down!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now handing Larry the fishing reel with no trout on it as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a mean tone of a voice and with a mean look on his face}: "Here, you can have this one!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now in the process of having a majour tin hissie fit like a 'Little Third Grader' who is not getting his way and with a pauty look on his face as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe in a hissie fit tone of a voice}: "I don't want that one!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now in the process of playing referee to Curly-Joe and Larry as Moe is stating to Larry in Curly-Joe's defense}: "He caught the fish, so it's your pole!"

We are nwo seeing Curly-Joe and Larry fighting amongst themselves like a couple of 'Little Third Graders' wanting posession of the better sling-shot, in as they are fighting for ownership of the fishing reel that is holding the trout.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is smoking a stogie and is slapping down Larry's hand like a 'Baby Third Grader' is stating to Larry in a whining tone of a voice}: "I don't like that, let go, let go, get away from me!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is pulling the trout hooked fishing reel from Curly-Joe like a 'Baby Acting Third Grader' is stating to Curly-Joe in a whining tone of a voice and a pauty look on his face}: "I caught a fish and I don't get it!?"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now a tad calmer as we are seeing Curly-Joe reeling in his prize trout as Larry is now trying to help him and is somewhat gumming up the works}: "What are you doing?"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now pushing Larry away in a state of madness and due to the fact that it is rightfully his trout as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "Get away!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is once again having a majour tin hissie fit and is stating to Curly-Joe in a whimpering and whining baby tone of a voice}: "That's my fish!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now standing there still smoking his stogie with a mad look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a mad tone of a voice}: "I know what I am doing!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now a tad calmer as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe in a slightly carrying tone of a voice}: "Becareful, watch it, watch it, watch it, watch it, becareful, that's it, that's it!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now proudly reeling in his trout with a look of pride on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a proud tone of a voice}: "Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, I got it, I got it!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is looking at Curly-Joe with a pauty look on his face as Larry is now pointing a finger at the trout and is stating in a whining tone of a voice}: "Put my name on it, that's mine!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now full of pride as Curly-Joe is reeling in his trout is stating to Larry in a proud and sarcastic tone of a voice and with a sarcastic but yet proud look on his face}: Hoohoo, hoohoo, hoohoo, hoohoo, hoohoo, hoohoo, hoohoo, hoohoo, hoohoo, hoohoo, hoohoo!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now grabbing the trout in a baby like fashion as Larry once again has a pauty look on his face and is once again using a wining tone of a voice}: "That's mine!"

CURLY-JOE to THE TROUT: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at the trout in a state of pride is stating to the trout in a proud tone of a voice}: "You're mine!" {Here we are now seeing Curly-Joe giving his trout a kiss}:

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is holding Curly-Joe's trout and is stating to Curly-Joe in a wining tone of a voice as Larry has now given the trout a kiss}: "No, he is not, he's mine. I finally got a fish!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now pulling away the hooked trout and is shoving Larry out of the way is stating to Larry in a disgusted tone of a voice}: "No, you haven't caught a fish yet, get out of here, he's mine, he's mine. Hey Moe, help me get this one off. I'll get that one off!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now tapping Moe on his shoulder and is waving his hands and stomping his feel like a 'Baby Third Grader' who has lost the game to winning the best sling-shot in this case the trout as Larry is whining to Moe in a baby hissie tone of a voice}: "I finally caught a fish and he took it away from me."

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe has now finished un-hooking his trout and is yellign to Larry in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "Hold that thought, this one is mine!"

We are now in the process of seeing Moosey looking over the pile of trouts that Curly-Joe and Moe now fetched. All the while that Larry and Curly-Joe were having their fish fight, they were standing in a beautiful landscaping of one dark charcoal grey mountain hued in pale-pink, lavender and dark-blue with scrub-trees that are an olive-green in colouring and hued in pear-yellow ane orange. A sandy, snow covered tundra that is a beige in colour as the snow is hued in pale-blue and showing a slight diamond lustration. Plus a lovely scrub-grass landscape that is olive-green and hued in peach, rust-brown and yellow. Plus the beautiful pristene deep, dark-blue creek that is totally rippleless.

MOE NARRATING: {"Moose wa fascinated by the sting of fish that Joe and I caught, and Larry, hunhaaaa, hunhaaaa, hunhaaaa, hunhaaaa, skunked as usual, had reached a peak of fustration"}:

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry leaning against their van as Moe is proudly holding up the string of fish that he and Curly-Joe have caught as Moosey is sitting in front of them smiling at Curly-Joe and Moe in a state of pride for them.

LARRY to CURLY-JOE and MOE: {As Larry is looking at the two of them in utter disgust as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe and Moe in a baby, whining tone of a voice}: "I still say, they're my fish!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now giving Larry a really disgusted look and is stating to Larry in a voice of sheer disgust}: "Aaaaaaaah, stop beefing, you haven't caught anything since we've been out!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is looking at Larry with a mischievous look on his as Moe is stating to Larry in a mischievous tone of a voice as Moe is proudly holding the lineage of fish}: "For two weeks I've been telling ya, if you don't hook them, you don't eat them!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at Larry with a mean look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a mean tone of a voice}: "YEAH!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now being very mean and selfish and rude to poor Larry as Moe has a mean look on his face and is stating to Larry in a really rude tone of a voice}: "That's simple!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE and MOE: {As Larry has a really mean look on his face as Larry is stating tot hem in a low and disgusted tone of a voice}: "That's a frame-up, you know!"

SECTIONAL FOUR: "YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK:" {ENDING}:


SECTIONAL FIVE: "FISHING WITH LARRY:" {BEGINNING}:

MOE NARRATING: {"Hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha; poor Larry, it was as if the entire trout population of 'Idaho' was deligerately conspired to drive him crazy. Feeling sorry for him we headed for a famous fishing spot where he could at least look at trout."}:

As Moe was narrating we saw them driving down a beautiful roadway that is being lit up by the sun that is in a pale blue skyeline as the roadway is outlined in beautiful huge evergreen trees that are hued in pale yellow, peach, teal, red and rust, they are shining brightly in the sun. Moosey is now riding in the boat as he has his hands on the side of the boat as Moosey is enjoying the sun baking down on him and Moosey is watching the beautiful scenery passing by. Which consisted of a lovely cloud-free aqua blue skyeline, full gorgeous vibrant yellow, and orange sun and deep rich green evergreen trees that are hued in peach, beige, dark-yellow, and red, plus beautiful olive-green and brown scrub-coverings outlining the sides of the roadway. Plus a lovely they are now driving over a hand made wooden bridge with the beautiful 'Snake River' that is of a rich navy blue and with hueings of lavender and pink flowing lazily underneath the bridge as there are a few teeny-tiny pieces of ice glistening like diamonds by the sun that are floating lazily down the river. In the really far distance background we are seeing a peak of a mountain that is charcoal grey in colour and is hued in pear-yellow, orange, and brown, plus the snow swatches in the creviouses are smiling like millions of tiny little diamonds from the sun glowing on them. The landscape is a beautiful rolling ground coated with beige tundra grass as we are seeing as far as the can go and outlining the bridge and stream hundreds of huge beautiful evergreen trees standing happily in the sun as the sun is now shining on the and casting hue colours of pale yellow, dark red and light orange. Also you can see the stream quietly winding itself dwon the shoreline of the evergreen trees into the wild unknown. Plus there is also a stairwell on the landscaping that leads up to the beautiful group of evergreen trees as we are seeing four people climbing the stairwell. Plus the river is calm, deep rich dark blue hued in lavender and bright pink. Plus as far as the eye can see are beautiful tall dark, rich gree evergreen trees that are being kissed by the sun and are shoing hueings of rust-brown, peach, pear-yellow and a really muted red. Outlining the stairwell are several huge white birch trees hued in vibrant orange. Along the rivers edge we are seeing deep, dark green scrub-trees hued in dark brown.

MOE NARRATING: {" 'Big Springs Idaho' and the unbelieveable site of the 'Henry's Fork' of the 'Snake River' bubbling up from under ground and within yards becoming a full fledged river."}:

Here we aree seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, Moosey, and Larry standing on a lovely hand built pole-log bridge with a beautiful background of a peak of a snow capped mountain grey in colouring and the texture of lumpy concrete and with a hueing of a vibrant purple. Flat landscaping of snow covered grass, sparkling like diamonds from the sun shining on it. A beautiful pale blue skyeline with the sun in full shine and vibrant yellow and a thick gathering of tall dark green evergreen trees with a dark red and orange hueing from the sunshine.

Larry is now excited as Larry is now taking a few still photo-shots of trout in the river.

Here we are seeing a beautiful shot of the 'Snake River' winding lazily into the great unknown. Dark blue in colour with a cast of lavender hueing, patches of diamond ice floating lazily down the river. A beautiful pale blue skyeline with the sun in full shine and vibrant orange in colouring. Plus the river is being outlined in a mass of dark green evergreen trees that are touched by snow and are glistening in the sunlight as they are casting their reflections into the river, and have a slight look like a tad of fire ashes were thrown on them.

MOE NARRATING: {"Fishing is prohibited in this natural aquarium, in addition to it's year 'round trout population millions of 'Cokanee Salmon' come each fall to spawn in these crystal waters."}:

As Moe was narrating here we are seeing a shot of a dark, deep, blue part of the river where we are seeing at least one hundred feet down and are seeing a bunch of beautiful orange corral wreath and shale rock chips and a large school of 'Cokanee Salmon' mainly gre in colour with purple strippings down their backs.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY, and MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now standing there with a happy look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry and Moe in a gleeful tone of a voice as Curly-Joe is pointing a finger at the beautiful river full of 'Cokanee Salmon'}: "Look it down there!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE and LARRY: {As Moe is looking at the school of salmon in glee is stating to Larry and Curly-Joe in a really joyful tone of a voice}: "Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE and MOE: {As Larry is stating to Moe and Curly-Joe in a really happy tone of a voice and with a huge smile on his face as Larry is now taking a few still photo-shots of the 'Cokanee Salmon.'}: "Look at all those fish!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY and MOE: {As Curly-Joe is standing there with a really happy look on his face as he is pointing a finger at the salmon as Curly-Joe is stating in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Did you ever see anything like it?"

MOE to CURLY-JOE and LARRY: {As Moe is now smiling in glee as Moe is using a really joyfull tone of a voice}: "No wonder they don't allow fishing."

CURLY-JOE to MOE and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now pointing at the 'Cokanee Salmon' and is stating to Moe and Larry in a really gleefull tone of a voice}: "Look at that one over there, he must weigh eight pounds. Hey, let's feed them some bread!"

Here we are seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry looking at a beautiful pristene clear, deep, blue lake with a rocky bottom of deep orange and deep purple shale rocks chips that are glistening lik pale blue diamonds from the sun shining on them with a beautiful school of dark red and purple stripped coloured 'Cokanee Salmon'.

Here we are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry with Moosey standing on the shoreline as Curly-Joe is breaking up some bread and is tossing the bread to the 'Cokanee Salmon' as Moosey and Moe are looking at them with happy looks on their faces as Larry is standing there with a still photo-shot camera taking photo-shots. This is all taking place on a beautiful early Spring day, the skyeline is cloud-free, and vibrant turquoise as the sun is high in the skyeline as we are seeing in the background beautiful clusters of mountains mainly pale grey in colour but are showing slight hues or orange, yellow, and lavender from the sun shining down on them and reflecting off of them. Plus the mountains are being outlined with a long line-up of beautiful tall evergreen trees mainly olive-green and have a firey look to them as the sun is now reflecting through them casting hues of dark orange, red, and brilliant yellow.

Here we are seeing Curly-Joe tossing some of the bread cubes into the beautiful pristene dark, rich blue waters of 'Henry's Fork' with the pale blue lustre, orange corral wreath and shale rocks chips as we are seeing the mainly dark grey with purple and red stripes 'Cockanee Salmon' jumping and flipping around in the water as they are now gobbling up some of the bread cubes. The skyeline is of a vibrant aqua blue with a full brilliant orange and yellow full sun shining.

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe is looking at the salmon with a look of awe on his face as Moe is stating to Moosey in a happy tone of a voice}: "Look at that Moose!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE, LARRY, and MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe has a look of happiness on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to them in a gleefull tone of a voice}: "Hey, look at them grab it!"

Here we are seeing Larry taking several still photo-shots of the 'Cokanee Salmon' flipping and twitching around and happily grabbing the bread cubes that Curly-Joe has now tossed at them in the beautiful deep, crystal clear blue shale chip rock lined bottom of 'Henry's Fork' the rocks are hued in pink, black and dark red.

MOE to LARRY, MOOSEY, and CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is enjoying watching the salmon leaping up for Curly-Joe's bread cubes as Moe is stating to them in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Holy, Mackerel, look at them go, they're starving!"

LARRY to MOE, MOOSEY, and CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is stating to them in a mischievous tone of a voice and a slight worried look on his face}: "I'd hate to put my finger in there!"

Here we are still in the deep, clear dark blue pristene waters with a casting of blac from the deepness and shale rocks chips and orange corral wreath. As we are seeing in 'Henry's Fork' the salmon leaping for joy as ther are now enjoying Curly-Joe's bread cubes.

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now watching the 'Cokanee Salmon' happily devouring the bread cubes is stating to Larry in a devious tone of a voice}: "Yeah, they're like Peronas!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE, and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is stating to Moe and Larry in a mischievous tone of a voice and a look of mischief on his face}: "I bet every fish in the world ever inevented would work here!"

We are now still on the eerie, deep, dark blue, shale rock layered and orange corral wreath bottom 'Henry's Fork' that now has a slight pale yellow hue from the sun now shining on it as we are still seeing the salmon leaping for joy after Curly-Joe's bread treats.

MOE to CURLY-JOE, and LARRY: {As Moe is stating Larry and Curly-Joe in a really cheery tone of a voice}: "Those red ones have 'Cokanee Salmon look at them go!"

Here we are still seeing the really beautiful pristene, deep blue, waters of the 'Henry's Fork' with it's orange, red, and purple corral wreaths, small layered rocks of shale, and quarry as we are now seeing the vibrant red and grey coloured 'Cokanee Salmon' with a diamond like lustre as with 'Henry's Fork' from the sun shining as the salmon are still having a hay-day leaping up and fetching Curly-Joe's bread treats.

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is standing there in a total state of awe at God's beauty around him as Moe is stating to Larry in a really happy tone of a voice}: "Hey, Larry get a picture!"

Here we are now seeing the beautiful pristene, dark blue waters of 'Henry's Fork' being churned and is now showing a slight black cast with a diamond like lustrating from the sun as the 'Cokanee Salmon' bright red and teal-blue and purple in colouring are having a time of their lives leaping for Curly-Joe's bread treats.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, Larry, and Moosey all standing on the wooden walkway bridge enjoying watching the 'Cokanee Salmon' loving Curly-Joe's bread treats with really happ looks on their faces.

Larry is now in the process of taking several still photo-shots of the salmon and the beautiful waters.

As Curly-Joe, Larry, Moe, and Moosey are standing on the bridge walkway we are seeing in the back of them a lovely collection of deep, rich green, evergreen trees that are hued from the sun in colours of rich red, pale yellow, and peach. The skyeline is totally cloudless and is a brilliant aqua in colour. In the far distance are several grey mountains that are hued in brown, navy blue and purple.

LARRY to CURLY-JOE and MOE: {As Larry is standing there happily taking photo-shots is stating to Moe and Curly-Joe in a really gleeful tone of a voice}: "Boy, are those beautiful!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is standing there still happily watching the salmon enjoying their bread treats with a look of mischief on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a full blown mischievous tone of a voice}: "Yeah, boy, in a place like this, even Larry could catch a fish!"

We are now seeing Moe looking at Curly-Joe with a really mischievous look as Curly-Joe is looking back at Moe with a dazed look on his face as poor Larry is now lowering his still photo-shots camera and is looking at both Moe and Curly-Joe with a mad and disgusted look.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe has a really devious and mischievous look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really mischievous tone of a voice}: "You wanna bet!"

We are seeing poor Larry standing there with a really sad, whipped puppy look on his face still holding onto his camera, as Curly-Joe is looking at Moe mischievously as Moe is looking at Curly-Joe with a really wicked look on his face about Curly-Joe's rude remark about Larry's poor fishing skills. As Moe is laughing in a deep and wicked tone of a voice.

MOE NARRATING: {"Remembering Larry's skill with rod and reel Joe backed out of his offer. And we travelled dow stream for a little deversion of re-boating."}:

As Moe was narrating above we got one final look at the beautiful, cool, clear, dark-blue, 'Henry's Fork' with its sung glistened diamond lustre and the beautiful shale and quarry rock layered chips as we are seeing the vibrant red and purple stripped 'Cokanee Salmon' lazily swimming about as they are now full and happy from Curly-Joe's bread cubes.

We are now on another section of the beautiful calm, deep blue 'Jackson Lake'. With deep rich blackish hue from shading. It is a beautiful early Spring day, totally cloudless pale blue skyeline, the sun is in full shine and a bright orange and yellow in colour. We are seeing as far as they eye can go beautiful oake trees now in slight budding and reflecting on the 'Jackson Lake' as they are being dressed in beautiful clothing of pale yellow, light orange, and deep purple by God.

We are now on a little inland waters where we are seeing Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe paddling around in pontoon boats. We are now seeing Moe paddling a red pontoon boat with Moosey at his side smiling gleefully as Moosey is now Moe's Co-Pilot.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe paddling around happily in circles on a medium blue pontoon boat as Larry si happily clowning around on a red pontoon boat. We are now seeing the 'Four Stooges' coming together as we are seeing in the background and beautiful collection of Maple trees in new budding mainly an eerie shade of deep green as we see slight shadowings of pale orange and yellow and red castings over them by God as we also are seeing a really pretty grassey green rolling landscape with a beautiful white mist slowly evaporating into the sun lit warm skyeline.

We are now getting a close-up on Larry who is happily paddling around in circles on his red pontoon boat in the pristene, dark blue calm 'Jackson Lake' that is glistening a pale blue hue from the sun as in the background we are seeing some lovely full leafed out dark gree Maple trees with a pale yellow and orange hue from the sun along with a shoreline of rolling grass that looks pale blue-grey from the sun shining on it. Plus we are seeing the far background a clay covered landscape that is a vibrant rust colouring with two little pine trees on the edge hued in a weak yellow.

MOE to CURLY-JOE and LARRY: {As Moe is now shouting in a horrible state of fear as his pontoon boat is loosing control and Moe has a really scared look on his face}: "Help, help, I'm out of control, I'm going into the bridge, help!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now waving his hat at Moe in recognition to his plea for hel as Curly-Joe is now paddling as fast as he could over to help Moe as Curly-Joe is now stating to Moe in a worried tone of a voice}: "Hold on, Moe, I'm coming!"

We now see a landing dock plus we are seeing Moe running a-muck as his pontoon boat is narrowlly missing a huge metal bridge that is also a tow lane roadway above as we are getting a view of a lovely thick dark gree forest of pine trees and oake trees hued in pale yellow and brown as they are reflecting into the beautiful dark-blue 'Jackson Lake' that has a casting of black from their shaded location. We are now seeing a nearby swimmer running to the rescue as the swimmer is now quickly grabbing Moe's pontoon boat and is dragging it into safety.

MOE: {As he is now in a full blown state of panic and fear as he is yelling in a panicking tone of a voice}: "H-E-L-P; H-E-L-P!"

THE SWIMMER to MOE: {As the swimmer is now running up to Moe in a total state of panic as he is shouting to Moe in a panicking tone of a voice as the swimmer is now grabbing Moe's pontoon boat}: "Easy does it, easy does it, I'll get ya!"

MOE to THE SWIMMER: {As Moe now has a really petrified look of fear on his face as Moe is getting closer and closer to the bridge as Moe is shouting to the swimmer in a panicking tone of a voice}: "Help, hurry!"

We now see the swimmer successfully rescuing Moe and turning around his pontoon boat and is directing it back on the right corse.

As we are seeing the beautiful roadway bridge and a collection of a thick forest of deep dark green hued in rust, grey, and orange evergreen trees. 'Jackson Lake' is now slightly rippling with a rich navy blue in colour.

MOE to THE SWIMMER: {As Moe now has a slight look of relief on his face as Moe is stating to the swimmer in a really happy and thankful tone of a voice}: "Shwoo, for a minute there I though......"

We are now seeing Larry running his pontoon boat right into Moe's pontoon boat as Larry is now trying to get out of the way but has no luck as the swimmer is now trying to get Moe out of the way of a crash course.

MOE to LARRY: {Aa Moe has a really mad and wicked look on his face as Moe is now shouting at Larry in a really wicked tone of a voice}: "Look out, you 'Dumbskull'."

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe who is paddling at fast as he can to try and help Moe as Curly-Joe has a look of fear on his face as Curly-Joe is shouting to Moe in a carrying tone of a voice}: "I'm comin' Moe, I'm comin'!"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe loosing control of his pontoon boat and is having a head on collission with Moe.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe has a really evil look on his face as Moe is shouting sweet words of endearment to Curly-Joe}: "Look out, you fat idiot!"

As the 'Four Stooges' were having their collission party on the beautiful deep, dark blue waters of the 'Jackson Lake' we were seeing a background of landscaping of lush deep, dark green evergreen trees hued in dark-red, peach, and vibrant yellow. A rolling grassey field adorned with brown scrub-covering hued in pale-blue, purple, and red. A gorgeous pale blue skyeline and a huge vibrant yellow sun.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe has an apologetic look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating in an apologetic tone of voice to Moe}: "Oooooops, sorry!"

We are now seeing the swimmer helping Moe to shore as we are now also getting shots of Larry and Curly-Joe as they are now paddlling into shore.

We are now seeing Moosey, Moe at the helm, Larry, and Curly-Joe happily buzzing along in their boat on the 'Jackson Lake' that is poifectly calm and a deep, rich navy blue in colour as the sun is in full shine in a beautiful cloud-free pale blue skyeline shining a diamond like lustrating to the lake as we are seeing a beautiful shoreline in the distance of a sandy and rocky uneven terrain dotted with bare scrub-trees. The terrain and scrub-trees have a hueing of a beigeish-lavenderish-pink. Plus we are seeing miles and miles of beautiful rolling mountains with a texture of poorly dumped modeling clay that are mainly dark grey in colouring as they are being hued by the sun in lovely colours of bright pink, dark red, brown, beige and lavender with a grouping of dark green pine trees in the far way distance.

MOE NARRATING: {"By now, Larry was determined to catch his first fish, and he couldn't of picked a better spot. 'Henry's Lake' is un-questionably one of the best 'Cut Throat and Rainbow' lakes in America. Limits of fish up to fifteen pounds are now un-common. Larry couldn't wait to wet his line. And hundred and fifty-five horses were speeding us to 'Standish Springs', the hotest spot on the lake, where good fishing and good accomadations lure sportsman from all over the country."}:

As Moe was narrating they were speeding along 'Henry's Lake' a deep rich, dark blue, in colour lake which had a slight ripple to it from a mild and gentle early Spring breeze. A vibrant turquoise blue hue to it from the sun. Plus we are also seeing miles and miles of heavenly rolling mountains that have a texture of thick mounded concrete and a deep vibrant charcoal grey in colour with beigh, teal-blue, purple, and red castings to them.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe has a really serious look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a really carrying tone of a voice}: "Toss the anchor, Joe!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now heeding Moe's command with a sarcastic look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a sarcastic tone of a voice as Curly-Joe is now tossing over the anchor}: "Yes, Sir, Captain Moe!"

We are now seeing them setting up their fishing trip on the gorgeous vibrant deep, dark blue hued in aqua blue 'Henry's Lake'. With a set of deep crevious mountains to your right of dark grey, rough textured granite rocks that are being hued in beautiful colours of yellow, bright pink, teal-blue, brown, deep purple, and a muted lavender from the sun hitting on them. Plus to your right we are seeing a little village of several white wooden stores and houses nestled on a rough and course textured tundra ground along with a church with it's steeple casting a glow it the lovely cloud-free skyleine from the vibrant yellow sun that looks like 'The Star Of Bethlehem On The Night Of The Birth Of Our Dear Saviour.' Plus in the way far off distance we are seeing oake trees that are on fire hued in vibrant yellow, flaming red, on a rich brown sitting on a rolling beige sandy like ground. As the sun is sending a beautiful array of rays through them hueing them in purple, dark-red, rust, yellow and orange.

MOE to CURLY-JOE and LARRY: {As they are now peacefully bobbing up and down on the beautiful 'Henry's Lake' as Moe has a contented look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry and Curly-Joe in a really happy tone of a voice}: "Get your rods ready fellas, while I manuvre us into position!"

We are now seeing them coming to rest on the pristene, dark deep blue aqua hued blue waters of the 'Henry's Lake' with a lovely background of rolling dark chocolate brown sandy landscaping that is being decorated with deep olive-green pines in the far distance and in the closer range are some deep, dark green scrub-trees and a beigeish-dark chocolate brown tundra grass and a beautiful olde English style red barn is now caressing the left side of the landscape. The skyeline is now becoming slightly cloudy with wispy Strato-Cumlous clouds.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now standing up in their boat getting ready to thruss his reel with a concerned look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a really carrying tone of a voice}: "This is it Larry, you're on the best lake in Idaho. So pay attention to your rod and let's see if you can finally break the ice!"

We are now seeing Larry with a really determined look on his face as Larry is now in the process of thrussing his fishing wire into 'Henry's Lake' really bound and determined to finally snag his first trout.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe standing up in their boat with a really calm and peacful look on his face as Curly-Joe too is now in the process of thrussing his fishing wire into the lake to try and snag himself one of those really gorgeous fifteen pound trouts.

CURLY-JOE: {As Curly-Joe has a really happy look on face as he is whispering to himself about his thrussing of his fishing wire}: "Hey, that's a good one."

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now standing there with his wire in the water and is looking at Larry with a really worried look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a really perplexed tone of a voice}: "Hey, you, you've been fishin' without a bite, why don't you get some action!?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now in the process of resting his fishing reel on the side of their boat with a tired look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a bored tone of a voice}: "Yeah, well, I-I-I-I, this is very boring!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe still has his wire in the lake and is looking at Larry with a mean look as Moe is stating to Larry in a sarcastic tone of a voice}: "Yeah, why don't you fish with your hat then."

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry has now rested his reel on the side of their boat as Larry has a tired look on his face as Larry is shouting to Moe in a sarcastic tone of a voice}: "Aaaaaah, shut-up, I think I'll go and take a nap!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at Larry with a really worried look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a carrying tone of a voice}: "All right, so take a nap, and relax."

We are now on the deep, black in hueing deep, rich, dark blue colour 'Henry's Lake', where we are now seeing Curly-Joe all a glow as he has now snagged himself a beautiful five pound 'Cut Throat Trout'.

CURLY-JOE: {As Curly-Joe is in the process of luring in his fish and has a mad look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating in a mad tone of a voice}: "Oh, oh, I thought I had it, but it got away, if it was."

CURLY-JOE to MOOSE: {As Moose is now getting into the action in a happy state as he is now trying to help Curly-Joe lure in his fish as Curly-Joe is now in the process of pulling Moosey aside and is stating to Moosey in a mad tone of a voice}: "And, Moose, you haven't got a bite, you got skeeters."

We are now seeing Larry taking his siesta with his reel resting on the side of their boat as Moe is now in the process of trying to lure himself in a beautiful trout.

MOE: {As Moe is now fighting wiht his catch as Moe is stating in a really worried tone of a voice with a worried look on his face}: "Whoops, easy now!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now jumping up from his nap in a startled state as Larry is now approaching Moe who is frantically fighting wiht his catch as Larry is stating to Moe in a startled tone of a voice}: "What is that!?"

MOE to THE TROUT: {As Moe is still frantically fighting with his trout with a mad look on his face as Moe is using a mad tone of a voice}: "East now, easy, I got something!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now finishing luring in his prize trophy with a worried look on his as Moe is stating to Larry in a scared toen of a voice as Larry is standing there holding onto the fishing net}: "Larry, get the net!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now standing there holding onto the fish netting with a worried look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a worried tone of a voice}: "That's something, I got the net."

We are now on the cold, deep charcoal grey, black casted 'Henry's Lake' where we are seeing a close-up of Moe's gorgeous 'Rainbow Trout'.

MOE to HIS TROUT: {As Moe is still in the process of luring him in with a really determined look on his face as Moe is stating in a really determined tone of a voice}: "Yeah, boy!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now all excited about Moe luring in his prize trout as Larry is stating to Moe in a happy tone of a voice}: "Bring him over here!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is fighting feriously with the trout and has a mad alook on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a really mad tone of a voice}: "Wait a minute, get that net there, enable it so he won't jump off, oh, I hope I don't loose him. Come on there, buddy, oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh, boy look at him go!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe has now noticed Moe and his pride and joy as Curly-Joe has a happy look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a happy tone of a voice}: "Thata boy, Moe!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now finishing netting Moe's beautiful 'Rainbow Trout' with a happy look on his face as Larry is using a happy tone of a voice}: "I got him!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe has a dazed look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a really worried tone of a voice as Moe is helping Larry bring on board his netted beautiful 'Rainbow Trout'}: "Easy now, easy now. Put him down here, and I will get him out. Easy now!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now happily setting the netted pride and joy on the bottom of their boat as Larry is stating to Moe happily}: "Ooooh-ooooh-ooooh-ooooh-ooooh-ooooh, he's fightin', that's a fightin' fish, boy I tell ya!"

MOE to HIS TROUT: {As Moe is now getting his lovely 'Rainbow Trout' from the netting in a total state of pride is stating to him proudfully}: "Hold still fella, hold still, wait a minute!"

We are now having a trout catching party as poor Larry is now running around the boat like a chicken with it's head cut off as Larry is now elected to be the netting man for both Curly-Joe and Moe.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe and Moosey as the two of them are now happily snagging in their own beautiful 'Rainbow Trout'.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now yelling gleefully as Curly-Joe is now in a state of pride bringing his catch closer to their boat}: "Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh; I got one, I got one, hey-hey, watch it, watch it, I need some help."

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry now has a worried look on his face as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe in a worried tone of a voice as Larry is now happily running over to Curly-Joe with the netting as Larry is helping Curly-Joe bring it in}: "You got one, okay, wait a minute now!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now frantically fighting with his second fish as Curly-Joe is yelling to Larry in a panicking tone of a voice}: "Larry, I need some help, I need some help!"

We are now in the process of seeing Larry running over to help Curly-Joe get his trout as Larry is not paying attention to where he is going and has now konked his cocoanut on the same metal bars of the windows as Curly-Joe did.

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now rubbing his sore cocoanut and has a look of hurt on his face as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe in a serious tone of a voice as Larry is now in the process of netting Curly-Joe's second beautiful 'Rainbow Trout'}: "Oh, over there!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe has a really worried look on his face as Curly-Joe is now shouting to Larry in an excited tone of a voice}: "Well watch him, well watch him, well watch him, well watch him, well watch him, well watch him, well watch him, well watch him, well watch, get him, get him, get him, get him, get him, get him, get him, get him."

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is standing there with a really happy look on his face as Larry has happily netted Curly-Joe's second gorgeous 'Rainbow Trout'}: "I got him, I got him, I got him, I got him, I got him, I got him, I got him, I got him, I got him, I got him!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As the fish is now frantically fighting back as Curly-Joe now has a really worried look his face as Curly-Joe is shouting at Larry in a panicking tone of a voice}: "Hold it, hold it, hold it, hold it, hold it, hold it, hold it, hold it, hold it, hold it!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is struggling to get Curly-Joe's trout on board is stating to Curly-Joe in a panicking tone of a voice}: "That's a fighter, boy, I'll say it is. I got him, I got him!"

All the while that Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe were bringing their trophies on board w were seeing Moosey watching them in a state of glee. Plus Larry was running as fast as he could betwixted Moe and Curly-Joe as he was frantically netting all of their wonderful fetchings.

CURLY-JOE to MOOSEY: {As Moosey is thinking that might be his fishie as Curly-Joe is now gently pushing Moosey aside with a worried look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moosey in a mad tone of a voice}: "It ain't your's, it ain't your's, it's mine!"

We are now seeing Moe setting down his fishing reel in a state of pride as we are now seeing Larry's wire snagging a gorgeous trout as Moe is now going over to lure it in. Poor Larry did not have a chance to lure in his trout because Larry was to busy being the netting man for both Moe and Curly-Joe as they were frantically luring in a bevy of beauties.

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now once again shouting to Larry in a panicking tone of a voice and with a look of panic on his face}: "Hey, Larry, help, I got another one."

As Moe was yelling for Larry to help him with their latest catch we were seeing both Larry and Curly-Joe wrestling with another one of Curly-Joe's catches to calm it down so they could lay him to rest in their boat.

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now frantically luring in their latest catch with a worried look on his face as Moe is yelling at Larry in a panicking tone of a voice}: "Hey, Larry, help, I got another one!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is standing there still struggling with Curly-Joe's latest trout with a worried look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a worried tone of a voice}: "Okay!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry and Curly-Joe have now successfully netted Curly-Joe's latest prize trophy}: "Keep it down in there."

We are now seeing Moe with a panicking look on his face as Moe is now once again frantically fighting with another trout.

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now luring in the trout that was snagged on Larry's wire is stating to Larry in a panicking tone of a voice and with a look of panic on his face}: "I got a hook up, Larry, bring the net."

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry now has a look of glee but yet slight mad look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a happy tone of a voice thinking since this fishie is on his wire might be his for all the help that he gave to Moe and Curly-Joe}: "Come here, oh, I got a fish, that's mine, all mine, ain't it!?"

MOE to LARRY: {As we are seeing the beautiful rich, deep, dark grey waters of 'Henry's Lake' and the trout as Moe has a mean look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a mean and nasty tone of a voice}: "Take it easy, Larry!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now begrudingly helping Moe net the trout with a mad look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a mean and evil tone of a voice}: "I'll take it easy!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now in the process of being greedy and is stating to Larry in a wicked tone of a voice}: "No, Larry, you know how many times, how many times, I've told you before."

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now somewhat obediently helping Moe net 'his fish' as Larry is stating to Moe in a mad state}: "Yeah man, yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah. Bring it over here, it's all mine, bring him over here!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is looking at Larry with a mad look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a mad and wicked tone of a voice}: "Now, wait a minute, you haven't got a fish!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry has a mad look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a mad tone of a voice}: "I got a fish!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now being totally selfish and has an evil look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a mad tone of a voice}: "Wait a minute, you haven't got a fish!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now in the process of bringing their last trophy on board has a disgusted look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a disgusted tone of a voice}: "I got a fish!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe now putting a hand on Larry's shoulder and has a mad look on his face as Moe is now explaining to Larry in a mad tone of a voice}: "Hey, please pay attention, will ya please?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now taking the trout from the netting with a mad look on his face as Larry is using a mad tone of a voice}: "I told you, I got a fish, for heavens sake!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is noe explaining to Larry in a mean tone of a voice with an evil look on his face}: "Look I caught the fish Larry!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now looking at Moe with a really sad look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a mad and slightly crying tone of a voice}: "But that's my rod!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe has a really evil look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a really mean tone of a voice}: "All right, now, take it easy, it's your rod, I caught it. I told you so many times, if you don't hook 'em, you don't eat 'em. I caught the fish, Larry!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now in a total state of disgust is stating to Moe in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "I gotta give up, I gotta give up, I gotta give up, I gotta give up, I gotta give up, I gotta give up, I gotta give up. I gotta give up, I gotta give up, I gotta give up. Don't talke to me olde boy, I'm not listening to this!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is looking at Larry with a really sad and carrying look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a mean and slightly carrying tone of a voice}: "Now, behave yourself, Larry, not be mad about this, Larry!"

MOE NARRATING: {"As we left 'Henry's Lake', Larry's uncomprehensable record was still intact, a big fat zero!"}:

We are now driving down a really lovely one lane dirt road with the sun in full shine and a cloud-free pale blue skyeline with a landscaping of rough and rolling pale-grey-beigeish sandy terrain, with huge grey boulders scattered throughout, with petrified wooden logs laying on the rough, sandy landscape. With huge deep, dark green Maple trees in a thicket now outlining the roadway as the rocky landscape is now being kissed by the sun as it is now showing hueings of mute turquoise blue, pale-pink, teal-blue, black and deep rust. The trees are showing a hueing in a slightly firey glow of red, orange, and olive-yellow as the sun is now shining through them and is setting off hueings of muted ameythyst, yellow, beige, orange, and red. Plus the petrified hollowed out logs are hued in a mild lavender, red, and silver. Plus in the real far off distance are a bunch of rough, concrete textured mountains that are mainly charcoal grey in colouring and are hued in peach, brown, and black. The snow swatches that are in the mountains creviouses are smiling and dancing like millions of tiny little diamonds with a lavenderish-pale-blue lustrating.

MOE NARRATING: {"Our next stop was 'Red Fish Lake'. One of 'Idaho's' Alpine Jewells' nestled in the magnificent setting of the 'Sawtooth Mountains.' Just north of 'Sun Valley', in 'Central Idaho.' 'Red Fish Lake' and 'The Stanley Basin' are one of the states to recreational areas. Crusing on these high mountain lakes is a boat in it's dream, miles of scenic, uncrowded waters, so crystal clear, you can see the bottom thirty or forty feet below. This was relaxation at it's zenith a far cry from the noise and grit of the city we call home. We could see fish below in the clear water. But are content just to sit and soak up the fantastic scenrey. Some of the 'Sawtooth Mountains' tower over twelve thousand feet, and the entire area dotted with snow cap peaks and 'Alpine Lakes', is known to many as the 'American Alps'. Unquestionably one of the choicest camping and boating areas in the country and we were heading back to the Marina for our first experience at outdoor camping."}:

We are now on the beautiful deep, dark, blue waters of the 'Red Fish Lake'. As we are seeing one rough concrete like mountain that is pale grey mainly in colouring and is hued in a muted peachish-beige, plus parts of the mountain looks totally black from the shaded location. The 'Red Fish Lake' is totally calm as we are now seeing a mirror-like image of the magnificent mountain reflecting in the waters. Rocky boulder tundra, thick, deep, dark green collection of evergreen and Maple trees, hued in yellow and rust from the partial sun shining through a partially over-casted skyeline. There are also several fallen down trees on the shoreline. We are now seeing the gorgeous 'Sawtooth Mountains' really rough in texture like that of poorly mixed concrete with some dryed out modeling clay mixed in, glistening a silvery colour from the sun on then as the snow swatched peaks have a hueing of pale-green, peach, and muted yellow and are once again smiling and dancing like millions of tiny little diamonds. We are now seeing some deep, dark green, scrub-trees still partially bare from the winter and have smatterings of thin diamond snow swatches on them as they are having the sun shining through them that is setting off beautiful hueings of pale-yellow, bright orange, muted pink, and deep brown, and a muted purple. We are now getting a camera shot of the beautiful deep, rich blue waters of 'Red Fish Lake' as we are seeing a school of fish thirty feet below, with a tinch of seaweed scattered throughout. We are now getting another head on shot of the gorgeous "Sawtooth Mountains' with deep creviouses cut in them. The lower parts of the mountains are a deep charcoal grey in colouring from being shadowed out by the higher peaks that are a luscious pale grey in colour from the sun shining through a slightly hazed skyeline. The real high peaks are looking a true off-white in colouring with hues of rick, deep, dark yellow, and purple and with muted hueings of pale-beige, pink, red, and lavender. The snow swatches on the higher peaks have a hueing of a really muted pale-blue and peach and are show a diamond like lustrating from Mr. Sunshine. Plus we are seeing a really gorgeous reflection of the mountains in the deep, dark blue waters of the 'Red Fish Lake'.

We are now getting a shot of Larry where he is sitting in the passengers seat of the boat in a totally relaxed state as Larry has a look of happy contentment on his face. We are now on Curly-Joe who is sitting in the back of the boat with a lit stogie that he is smoking as Curly-Joe now also in in a really relaxed and contented state as Curly-Joe is happily pointing a finger at all of the gorgeous scenrey. We are now seeing a really thick clump of deep olive-green pine trees hued in red, lavender, yellow and beige, all dotted by thin diamond snow swatches as we are now seeing behind the trees another grouping of the tall, gorgeous 'Sawtooth Mountains.' Textured of badly made concrete and dryed out modeling clay. The deep gouges in them are deep charcoal grey in colouring with diamond lustred rivers of snow running throughout, and hued in teal-blue and purple. Another partially shaded peak is that of a medium grey in colouring with a deep, rich, dark, blue casting. The totally opened peaks are silvery in colour from the sun with muted beige and lavender hueings. They too have diamond dancing lustrated snow swatches scattered over them. We are now seein on both sides of ourselves thick, brush, deep, olive-green in colouring as they are hued in peach, beige, and pale yellow. Plus there are some deep, dark green, pine trees as they are casting off a dead firey hue of a really muted yellow, brown, red and orange, as they are casting a deep, black reflection on the lake. We are now head on, on one of the 'Sawtooth Mountains' with a huge crevious right down the middle that is causing the moutain to outline the entire lake with it's beautiful reflection. The shaded areas are charcoal grey, casted in deep, rich, purple. The un-shaded peaks are setting a silvery colouring with a hueing of a really muted turquoise blue as the snow swatches are glistening like million of happy, dancing little diamonds. As we are now heading back towards the Marina, we are now getting an angular shot of the beautiful thick collection of the deep, olive-green pine trees that have a hueing of rust-brown, dark-yellow, and peach. We are seeing on our left a rough sandy textured landscaping with a few dead brown leaves scattered on it. We are now seeing the 'Sawtooth Mountains' from a slightly differen angle. The lower shaded areas now look totally black with a really muted lavender cast. The creviouses are now a deep, navy blue in cast with muted pale-red, orange, and silver hues. The higher peaks are now a medium grey in colour with their diamond snow swatches and have a hueing of the slightest hint of lavender, light-brown, peach, and purple. Plus we are also seeing one last shot of another clumping of pine trees, as they now from a distance look pure black with the smallest hint of pale yellow hue outlining the beautiful water ways and the 'Sawtooth Mountain'.

SECTIONAL FIVE: "FISHING WITH LARRY:" {ENDING}:


SECTIONAL SIX: "CAMPING WITH THE BOYS:" {BEGINNING}:

We open up by seeing them at their camping sight which is on an early Srping morning, a hazy pale blue skye, muted sun shining through the slightly over-casted skyeline. In the background there is a beautiful mountain setting, pale grey with hueings of deep blue, brouwn and a lavenerish-pink. There are snow swatches that have a hueing of pale orange and are shining like millions of tiny little diamonds. The landscaping consists of rolling beigeish in colour with scrub-weeds that have a hueing of pale beige and charcoal grey in the shaded areas. There are also several evergreen trees, rich, dark green in colouring and hued in dark brown, peach, and pale yellow from the sun shining through them. Outlining the landscape. The lake is poifectly calm and has an eerie pale grey cold look to it, with a slight aqua hue to it. Then we are seeing several tall, half leafed-out oak trees and are hued from the sun in dark orange, yellow and purple. And a closer up landscaping of scrub-weeds that are medium beige in colouring and where they are shaded they have a deep, rich, dark brown hueing. Plus a few little rich, dark green, scrub trees scattered throughout hued in vibrant yellow, red, and a muted mauve.

We are now seeing Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe and Moosey waking up from their first night of sleeping outdoors. Curly-Joe is now getting up from a little pup tent that he had set-up in a tree area of their campsight. Larry, Moe, and Moosey are getting out of their van as all four of them are now totally happy, yawning and stretching to start their first full day at camping.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe happily approaching Moe, Larry, and Moosey as Curly-Joe is dressed in a pair of dungarees, a red-white-blue-and-orange chequed shirt, a white casual style of a jacket, a white cowboy style of a hat, and a pair of black sneakers. As we are now seeing Moe and Larry standing there with huge happy grins on their faces back to Curly-Joe. Moe is dressed in a dark blue and black plaid shirt, a pair of off-white casual trousers, a pale blue casual jacket, and black sneakers. Larry is dressed in a pair of dark brown casual trousers, beige-brown- and-rust coloured shirt and a rust coloured leather jacket, and his red and white hat that is decorated with the fishing lures.

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe and Moosey are getting out of their van all excited to see what this day will bring}: "Easy, easy, easy, Moose, come on!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE, LARRY and MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe is now approaching them in a really happy state as Curly-Joe has completed stretching and yawning is stating to them gleefully}: "Oh, what a beautiful day!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now smiling happily at Curly-Joe and is stating to him in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Good morning, Curly-Joe!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now happily responding back to them}: "Good morning, Moe, good morning, Larry!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry now has a really happy look on his face as Larry is now responding back to Curly-Joe}: "Good morning!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is looking at Moe with a mischievous look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Hey, I did not sleep a wink last night!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe and Curly-Joe are now looking at Larry with a slight worried look on their faces as Moe asked Larry in a slightly worried tone of a voice}: "What was the matter?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is standing there with a look of mischief on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "I snored so loud, I kept myself awake!"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe and Moe looking at Larry with dumbfounded look on their faces about Larry's corny joke.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe has now waved a hand at Larry in a state of disgust as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a disgusted tone of a voice}: "Ooooooh, come on, come on, quit with that!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE and LARRY: {As Moe is smiling at them with a really sweet smile on his face as Moe is stating to Larry and Curly-Joe in a happy tone of a voice}: "Come on, we got work to do gentlemen!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now in a full blown state of politeness is stating to Curly-Joe in a totally polite tone of a voice}: "Curly-Joe, please take care of the wood!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now pointing a finger at Moe in happy agreement as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a happy tone of a voice}: "Gotcha!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is still in his full blown state of politeness as Moe is now asking Larry in a really polite tone of a voice}: "Larry, please take care of the fire!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now looking at Moe with a wicked look on his face as Larry is now asking Moe in a devious tone of a voice}: "What are you gonna do?"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at Larry with a really mischievous look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Nothing!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry has now gently socked Moe in his stomach and has a mean look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a mean tone of a voice}: "Don't strain yourself!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at Larry with a devious look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a low and mischievous tone of a voice}: "Oh, come on!"

It is now a lovely spring morning. Curly-Joe is now busy at chopping the wood as Larry is now busy building the fire as we see behind Curly-Joe and Larry a lovely setting of in the far distance beautiful haze covered pale grey mountains with snow swatches that are showing a slight diamond like lustrating from a sun that is peaking through a slightly cloudy skyeline. Plus there is a rolling landscape of a sandy based that is beige in colour with a hueing of black, dark grey, pale pink, muted lavender and a deep puple. Plus hugging the lake shoreline and scattered throughout the landscaping are deep, dark, green evergreen trees that look totally black from being in a slight shaded location. The lake is mainly calm, deep aquaish-blue-grey in colouring as we are now seeing reflections of the mountains and pine trees on it. The lake also has a mild hueing of amatheyst, black, and pale pink from the partial sun shining through the hazy skyeline. Plus the shoreline that Larry and Curly-Joe are standing on se see medium brown coloured sand with olive green coloured bunch of scrub-trees,

Moe is now relaxing in a portable folding lawn chair with Moosey as Curly-Joe is now in the process of trying to chop some wood and Larry is now in the process of starting their fire.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe has a serious look on his face as Curly-Joe is now handing Larry hachette and is asking Larry in a polite tone of a voice}: "Here, Larry hold that!"

MOE NARRATING: {"And, so began a typical, ordinary day in camp, shaving in the fresh mountain aire is something I had never experienced. It was a great feeling. Poor, Joe, he was use to getting clobbered with those kind of instruments, hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha, but using them. Sometimes a simple thing like combing your hair can get to be a habit, a bad habit. Joe, wasn't much of a woodsman, but he did have one phobia, litter, and old fatso was constently cleaning up the campground. The job, appreciated by all. Well, almost, unha, everybody!"}:

As Moe was narrating above we saw Curly-Joe handing Larry a hachette and a chain saw. Moe was standing in front of a portable ladies light-up make-up mirror as he was taking his morning shave. Then we see Curly-Joe standing in a dark woodsie setting of dark gree scrub-trees and beautiful white birch trees hueing of pale green as Curly-Joe is now in the process of taking his axe and is chopping firewood. We are now back on Moe as he is now finishing primping in front of the mirror as he is now combing his hair in the 'Olde Moe Bowl Style Of Combing.' As Moe now has a look of madness and embarrassment on his face as Moe is now in the process of combing it back over the top of his cocoanut. We are now back on Joe as he now has a really mad look on his face as Curly-Joe is having a hard time with his axe and wood chopping chourses. Curly-Joe has now thrown his axe down and has shrugged his shoulders in a state of disgust. We are now seeing a lady; {MRS. LOIS GOLEMAN}; dressed in a blue-purple-and-black under sweater with a blue cardigian over sweater with short red curled hair, flesh coloured stockings and black pump style of shoes as she is standing in a totally darkened section of the park underneath a setting of beautiful redwood trees that are hued in olive-green, pink, yellow, and red. She has now used a kleenex and is tossing it to the ground. We are now seeing Curly-Joe stopping his chopping chourse as he is now stopping the lady as he is giving her the hand signal for stop as he now has a disgusted look on his face as he is picking up her kleenex and is placing it in side of her pale-blue pocketbook as he is using hand and face gestures telling her that littering is a no-no! As Curly-Joe is placing the kleenex into the pocketbook, as Curly-Joe now shoves the pocketbook back at her in a state of disgust as we are now seeing 'The Littering Woman' tapping Curly-Joe on his shoulder and is now in the process of socking Curly-Joe across his kisser hard, in a state of madness with her pocketbook. We are now seeing Curly-Joe standing there with his shoulders shrugged and a look on his face that states 'Oh well, can't win them all'!

We are now seeing Moe and Moosey sitting down on their folding portable lawn chair on the beautiful lake shoreline.

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe is now sitting down and taking a siesta is looking at Moosey with a mischievous look on his face as Moe is stating to Moosey in a mischievous tone of a voice as Moe is now in a state of laziness}: "Hey, those boys are lazy, aren't they Moose? A little Western Music?"

MOOSEY to MOE: {As Moosey is looking at Moe with a look of mischief on his face as Moosey is saying to Moe in 'Dog'}: "Ruff-ruff------{which means no}:

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe is now sitting there with a really happy look on his face as Moe is stating back to Moosey in a happy tone of a voice}: "No, Rock and Roll?"

MOOSEY to MOE: {As Moosey is now looking at Moe with a happy look on his face as Moosey is responding back to Moe in 'Dog Negatively' about his question to 'Rock and Roll Music'}: "Ruff-ruff-ruff!"

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe is smiling sweetly at Moosey and is asking Moosey in a happy tone of a voice}: "How about a little Classical?"

MOOSEY to MOE: {As Moosey is still sitting there with a really happy look on his face and is wagging his tail happily and is barking loudly and gleefully}: "Ruff-ruff-ruff-ruff!" {Which meant in 'Dog', yes, a little Classical Music, please!}:

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe is now laughing gleefully as Moe is stating to Moosey in a happy tone fo a voice and with a happy grin on his face}: "Haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha, that's what I like, a dog with taste. Haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha. Come up here Moose, come on listen, and relax." {Here we are seeing Moe turning on 'THE BOOGIE-WOOGIE BOX' to a 'Classical Music' station as Moose is now sitting in Moe's lary as the two of them are now relaxing and enjoying the music}:

MOE NARRATING: {"Before long, Joe had become a littre fanatic. I know you wouldn't belive this, if you weren't seeing it. But, he actually rigged up a motorized campground high speed, vacuuming contraption, hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha-hunha, for a lack of a better name, and away he went doing his duty for forest and country outdoors and indoors and he was determined that the wilderness will be maculate, his was a truely maculate contraption"}:

Here we are seeing Curly-Joe taking a motorized scooter as he is now taking a portable vacuum sweeper and is connecting it to the battery of the scooter as we are now seeing him going like the speed of light on his motorized-vacuum as we are now seeing him going down a really beautiful rolling sandy landscape that has leaves scattered on it. Plus it is lined with a magnificent collection of maple trees that are a deep, rich, green in colouring as they are showing hues of light green, and pale yellow from the sun. The skye is a beautiful bright aqua blue with a full sun. The landscaping is showing a slight hueing of lavendder, peach, and pale blue from the sun. Curly-Joe is now speeding by a picnic table with a couple of campers sitting there watching him with dumbfounded looks on their faces as they are now wondering why he is vacuuming the campgrounds. Curly-Joe is now returning down the same lovely landscape as he and his campground-vacuum contraption are now heading down another landscaping that is of a sandy ground that is beige in colouring with a hueing of charcoal grey with a few dark green maple trees with a hueing of pale grey, peach, pale yellow ane teal-blue, plus we are seeing several leafless white birch trees that have a hueing of powder blue to them as the beautiful sun is now casting a vibrant yellow to all. Curly-Joe has now driven his vacuum contraption into his own pup tent as he has now vacuumed up all that is in it. Here we are now seeing Curly-Joe vacuuming up debis on the beautiful scrub-tree beige landscaping that is hued in olive green and dark brown as there is a collection of scrub-trees that are olive green in colouring as he is now vacuuming down a scrub-brush landscape that is beige in colour with a hueing of dark brown with a thick forest that is of dark pine trees hued in mauve, pear-green, beige, pale peach, brown, and muted red. We are now seeing Curly-Joe and his vacuum contraption now sorta running a-muck as he has now vacuumed down somebody's tent, folding table and folding lawn chairs. Curly-Joe has now come to a crashing halt as he has now driven his vacuum into a tree and has fallen flat on his back and is now laying there with a really hurt and dazed look on his face, as he is laying on a bunch of dark rust-brown scrub-brushing with a pale yellow and orange hueing.

We are now seeing the campers who are the owners of the campsight that Curly-Joe has now vacuumed down coming out of their tent in a total state of disgust and mad looks on their faces as they are now in the process of putting their campsight back together.

CAMPER ONE: {'MR. NORMAN ALBERT MAURER'}: {Who is dressed in a black baseball style of a cap. WHite long-sleeved casual style of a shirt, red neck-kerchief tied around his neck, pair of beige casual style of trousers, black belt, and black sneakers}: to CURLY-JOE: {As he and the 'SECOND CAMPER'; 'JEFFREY SCOTT'}: {He is dressed in a long-sleeved casual style of a shirt, a white cowboy style of a hat with a dark grey braided band around it, a pair of rust coloured casual trousers, a black belt, a pair of black sneakers, and a black 'Bomber' style of a leather jacket}: {As they are standing there with disgusted looks on their faces and their hands on their waists}: "What are you trying to do, rum somebody over?"

CURLY-JOE to CAMPER ONE; {'MR. MAURER'}: {As Curly-Joe is now standing up with a disgusted look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to 'MR. MAURER' in a really mad tone of a voice}: "You're a fine one to talk, do you know that, do you know your tent rope was in my littre line? Well, you are the guy's I've been watchin', you've been littrein' up the campgrounds. That was why I was vacuuming up the place, and you're gonna get i trouble buddy-boy, I'll tell you that right now!"

CAMPER ONE; {'MR. MAURER'} to CAMPER TWO; {'MR. SCOTT'}: {As Mr. Maurer has a really disgusted look on his face as he has now hit 'Mr. Scott' hard on his shoulder as 'Mr. Maurer' is stating to 'Mr. Scott' in a really mad tone of a voice}: "Have I been littreing?"

CAMPER TWO; {'MR. SCOTT'}; to CAMPER ONE; {'MR. MAURER'}: {As 'Mr. Scott' is now hitting back 'Mr. Maurer' in a playful state of madness as 'Mr. Scott' is saying to 'Mr. Maurer' in a playful tone of a mad voice}: "YEAH!"

CURLY-JOE to CAMPER ONE; {'MR. MAURER'}; and CAMPER TWO; {'MR. SCOTT'}: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at them with a really mad look on his face as Curly-Joe is now shouting at them in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "Yeah, both of ya, you're the worst kind of littrers. The Ranger's gonna get you fella, you'll see." {Here we are seeing Curly-Joe pointing a finger at 'MR. MAURER' in a total state of disgust}:

CURLY-JOE to CAMPER ONE; {'MR. MAURER'}: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at his motorized-vacuuming contraption with a really sad look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to 'MR. MAURER' in a really sad tone of a voice}: "Look, what you did to my contraption. I was doin' so good, vacuuming the whole place, and you with that tent, you're stakes, you're gonna hurt somebody, you did it on purpose, your tent pole was right there, that was whatit was!"

Here we are seeing poor Curly-Joe's vacuumming contraption laying there totally busted to smithereens. The actual vacuum was busted into at least ten different portions while his scooter was totally busted, a tire was off, the handle-bars bent upwards, the seat was totally off, and so was the battery.

All the while that Curly-Joe was blaming them for wrecking his contraption we saw 'MR. MAURER' looking at 'MR. SCOTT' with a mischievous look as 'MR. MAURER' was twirling his ear with his right index finger for the sign that Curly-Joe was a total nut case.

CAMPER ONE; {'MR. MAURER'} to CURLY-JOE: {As 'Mr. Maurer' and 'Mr. Scott' are now walking away in a total disgusted state}: "HEY-YAHA!"

We are now seeing Larry as he is now squatting down in a lovely setting of some beautiful tall oake trees that are a rich, dark gree, with the trunks showing a hueing of pale blue and the leaves are showing a hueing of a vibrant yellow and olive green as we see the ground that Larry is squatting on covered with scrub-weeds, rich beige with a hueing of silver, dark chocolate brown and purple as we are also seeing in the distance a clump of scrub-brushings that are maily medium beigeish-brown in colour and are hued in a dark olive-green, pale blue and rust from a really gorgeous vibrant orange, yellow, and red sun that is shining down on everything from a totally cloudless vibrant pale blue skyeline. Larry is now in the process of setting up a trap to catch several photo-shots of some Bambies.

LARRY'S DEER PHOTO-SHOT TAKING TRAP: {SUPPLIES}:

1: Three medium-sized red Delicious Apples with the stemms attached.
2: A tin pie plate.
3: Three hundred feet of rope cording.
4: One scrubbing pail filled with water.
5: One 'Victor Brand' of a rat trap.
6: One 'Have-A-Heart' {'Humane} animal trap.
7: One large-sized boulder rock.
8: One everyday chinaware coffee cup.
9: A two-foot long board.
10: Another small-sized rock.
11: One small white candlestick; {or colour of your choice}:
12: One Claw-Hammer.
13: One full-barrell sized whiskey keg.
14: One shutter-set the kind that you use for sun-tanning.
15: One portable snap-shot camera.
16: One torch.
17: A tri-pod stand.

INSTRUCTIONS:

1: Place the three Red Delicious Apples onto the pie tin.
2: Take the three hundred foot of rope cording.
3: First tie the cording to the pie tin with the apples on it.
4: Then attach the cording to the 'Have-A-Heart' animal trap.
5: Next nail the rat trap to a tree.
6: Next tie more of the cording to the rat trap that you have just nailed to a tree.
7: Attach the large boulder-rock to another tree with some more of the same cording.
8: Then attach the water filled scrub pail to another tree with a small nail and some more of the same cording.
9: Then prepare a see-saw type of a contraption by placing the two-foot long board onto the top of the small rock.
10: Next on your left side of your see-saw place your coffee cup.
11: On the right side of your see-saw place your candlestick and ignite it.
12: Next tie your Claw-Hammer to a high limb on the same tree that you nailed your water pail to.
13: Make sure that your candlestick is right under more of that same cording.
14: Place your whiskey keg with the tanning shutter right underneath your Claw-Hammer.
15: Place your snap-shot camera with a lighting bulb in it on the tri-pod.
16: Also attach your torch to the left side of your tri-pod.
17: Then with what you have left of your cording attach both the camera and the torch to your whiskey keg.

END OF LARRY'S PHOTO-SHOT CONTRAPTION FOR TAKING PHOTO-SHOTS OF BAMBIES:


We are now in the process of seeing Curly-Joe with a white linen and lace trimmed servietté drapped over his right wrist as Curly-Joe is now in the process of setting a very eleganté table for their noontime luncheon. It cosists of a white linen and lace trimmed table spread, cut crystal and sterling silver stemmed wine goblets filled with red wine, cut crystal candleposts with two pink candlesticks, Dutch Delft patterned dishware, cut crystal butter tray with butter on it, sterling silver eating utensils, snack-sized dishware with lemon slices on them, cut crystal salt and pepper shakers.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe standing back and claspping his hands together with a happy look on his face as he is now happy about his table setting.

We are now back on Larry as Larry is still mischievously putting the finishing touches on his 'Photo-Shot Contraption' as Moe is now in the process of now approaching Larry to see what in the world Larry is up to.

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now looking at Moe with a worried look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a worried tone of a voice warning Moe not to step on the line he has now rigged up on the ground}: "Watch it, watch it, don't, don't!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at Larry with a look of bewilderment on his face as Moe is now asking Larry in a quizzical and questionable tone of a voice}: "What's the matter, what is it?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now looking at Moe with a proud look on his face as Larry is now stating to Moe in a proud tone of a voice}: "That's my new trap!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at Larry with a dumbfounded look on his face as Moe is now thinking that Larry 'has lost it', as Moe is stating to Larry in a quizzical tone of a voice}: "You gotta be kiddin'?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now looking at Moe with a look of pride on his face as Larry is now stating to Moe in a serious tone of a voice as Larry is now explaining to Moe how his contraption works}: "Wait a minute. I'll show you how it works. You see, the animal eats the fruit, which pulls this string, which shuts that door, and that string goes down and sets that trap, when that trap goes off, it pulls this string, and drops the rock down, when the rocks drops down, the bucket of water goes up, when the water gets to the top, it tilts down, and it fills this cup and starts a see-saw. The candle goes up and it burns that string which drops that hammer, which releases the shutter, and then the shutter goes down, the flash bulbs go up and you've got the picture of the year!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now in the process of looking at Larry like Larry is now 'a lunatic' with a really dumbfounded look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a really dazed tone of voice in reference to Larry's trap}: "What's that?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now looking at Moe with a look of pride on his face as Larry is using a proud tone of a voice}: "A picture of a deer, a real live deer!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at Larry like Larry has now slipped a cog about his trap as Moe is now putting his arm around Larry's shoulders and Moe is looking at Larry with a really concerned look as Moe is stating to Larry in a really worried tone of a voice}: "Now, just relax Larry, now, just relax, now we'll go get Moose and we'll all go to lunch before the man with the 'White Coat' comes."

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now looking at Moe with a perplexed look on his face as Larry is now asking Moe in a questionable tone of a voice}: "Is he coming to lunch too?"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at Larry with a really worried look on his face as Moe is now stating to Larry in a really worried tone of a voice}: "Not to lunch, he's coming to grab you, now let's go!"

We are now seeing Moe, Moosey, and Larry going to their noontime luncheon as they are now approaching the very proud Curly-Joe and his really eleganté table.

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry has now noticed the eleganté table and has a really happy look on his face as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Well, well, look at that, the 'Twenty-One Club' of the wilderness."

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe now has a really happy and surprised look on his face as Moe is now asking Curly-Joe in a really surprised tone of a voice}: "Who's the caterer?"

CURLY-JOE to MOE, MOOSEY, and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe now has a really proud look on his face and Curly-Joe is stating in a proud tone of a voice}; "The Master Chef, Gentlemen, please be seated!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe now has a really gleeful look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a really happy tone of a voice}: "Thank-you!"

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is now looking at Moosey with a really happy look on his face as Larry is now stating to Moosey in a joyful tone of a voice}: "Sit down, Moose, sit, that's it!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE, MOOSEY, and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now proudly sitting down to join them is stating to them in a really proud and happy tone of a voice}: "There we are, and Moose you can joing us too, right there boy!"

We are now seeing there eleganté lucheon getting rained out as we are now seeing really severe thunderstorm hitting. They skye is a really deep charcoa grey, with beautiful sharp bolts of lightning and loud and wicked bangs of thunder. Plus in the background we are now seeing one dark grey, snow capped mountain that is of an eerie deep, dark, charcoal grey in colouring as it is giving up its hueings of pale aqua blue and peach to the thunderstorm.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Moe, and Larry out in the thunderstorm as they are now in the process of frantically grabbing everything off of the table as fast as they can as they are now running, sopping wet into their van with Moosey who is really enjoying what is now take place.

CURLY-JOE to MOE, MOOSEY, and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now frantically grabbing thingies is stating to Moe, Moosey, and Larry in a panicking tone of a voice}: "Oh; oh!"

MOE to LARRY and CURLY-JOE: {As Moe now has a really worried look on his face as Moe is now stating to Larry and Curly-Joe in a really panicking tone of a voice}: "Get the table quick before we drowned!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now in a really worried state is saying to Moe and Larry in a panicking tone of a voice}: "Hurry, let's get this stuff into the camper."

Curly-Joe. Moe, and Larry are now at a rapid pace as they are now getting the table and the settings into their camper as fast as they can to keep it as dry as possible.

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now shoving Larry and has a really mean look on his face as Moe is now shouting to Larry in a really wicked tone of a voice}: "Out of my way, Larry, out of my way, look out!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE and LARRY: {As Curly-Joe has now grabbed the table spread with the candleposts and sticks wrapped in it as Curly-Joe is now stating to Larry and Moe in a really panicking tone of a voice}: "Come on folks, hurry up, hurry up now!"

It is now in the dead of the night. The thunderstorm has now subsided as we are now seeing a fire burning on the eerie solid black coloured landscape as we are now seeing the lake which is of a dark and eerie navy blue with hueings of a rich medium and light blue and slightly silvery cast from the moon glowing down on it, as there is a slight mist eerily disappearing into the dark still night. We are now seeing in the dark distance some evergreen trees that are casting a black reflection on the lake. Plus in the really far off distance we are now seeing two totally black mountains with an occasional blast of lightning as the storm is now boogying bye-bye. We are also seeing their canoe on the beautiful dark blue waters as Moosey is now enjoying a lovely moonlit canoe ride.

We are now in the process of seeing Moe on the next night. A beautiful sunny evening, the sun is in full shime as it is now showering a pale yellow casting to the totally beautiful and calm rich aqua blue lake. As we are seeing the far distance a grouping of mountains that are charcoal and medium grey in colouring with a slivery-pale-blue hueing to them plus there are dark green scurb trees dotting the beigeish-brown, sandy landscaping.

We are now seeing Moe in the process of preparing their night-time meal as Moe is standing at a large petroleum grillé in a very cluttered set-up that consists of a food cooler, couple of thermos jugs of drinks, a chain-saw, a 'Coleman' petroleum lantern, a petroleum tube to their grillé, fishing reels, portable folding lawn chairs, Curly-Joe's motorized scooter, the portable vacuum sweeper, three pieces of dinner-sized dishware, Moe's cooking utensils and condiments, a fishing lures box, and a hachette and their pup tent. Moe is now standing there happily preparing their meal of baked fish, roasted whole red little potatoes, and asparagus. Moe is dressed in a white chef's style of a jacket and white chef's cap. He is now preparing their fish as we are seeing Moe breading it in bread-crumbs and is seasoning it with salt and pepper.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now walking up to Moe in a really happy state as Curly-Joe is now asking Moe in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "How's dinner coming, 'Captain' Moe?"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now the process of putting the fish on the grillé is looking at Curly-Joe with a really mischievous look on his face as Moe is now stating to Curly-Joe in a really mischievous tone of a voice}: "Chef Moe, if you please!?"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now once again looking at Moe with a really sarcastic look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really sarcastic tone of a voice}: "Okay, Chef Moe, If You Please!?"

We are now seeing Larry standing by Moe with a really happy look on his face as Larry is rubbing his hands in glee in anticipation of having some fish for his night-time meal.

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is standing there with his happy and excited look on his face as Larry is stating to Moe in a really gleeful tone of a voice}: "Boy, am I hungry!"

We are now seeing Moe tossing some salt over his left shoulder for good luck to have the fish turn out the way he wants them to as Moe is now hitting Larry in his face with it as we are now seeing Larry with hurtful look on his face and his eyes shut as Larry is now grimacing and rubbing his eyes.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at Larry with a serious look on his face as Curly-Joe is now pointing a thumb to their table and is stating to Larry in a really serious tone of a voice}: "Hey Larry, let's you and I set the table!"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry still has a mean and hurtful look on his face as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe in a mad tone of a voice}: "Yeah, it's safer there!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is leaving with Larry to prepare their table Curly-Joe is now looking at the fish in an excited state as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really excited tone of a voice}: "Oh, boy, can hardly wait; ooooh-ooooh-ooooh-ooooh; boy-boy-boy-boy!"

We are now seeing Chef Moe happily grilling his and Curly-Joe's 'Fresh Idaho Rainbow Trout' and baking their small, whole red potatoes and asparagus as he is now applying some more salt and pepper to both the fish and the potatoes.

It is now in the dead of the night. We are now back on the very beautiful dark and eerie landscaping of a skyeline that is of a medium grey in colouring with several charcoal grey Cumulous clouds floating lazily in the skyeline. The moon is now shining slightly through as is it now casting a slivery glow to the skyeline. We are now seeing a fire burning on the eerie solid black coloured landscape as we are now seeing the lake which is of a dark and eerie navy blue with hueins of a rich medium and light blue and slightly silvery cast from the moon glowing down on it, as there is a slight mist of a silvery-lavenderish colouring eeriely disappearing into the dark and still night. We are now seeing in the dark distance some evergreen trees that are casting a black reflection onto the lake. Plus in the really far off distance we are now seeing two totally black mountains that are now supporting a really pale and eerie ribbonning of silvery streaks from where the moon is now passing over them. We are also seeing their red canoe tethered to a tree and is lazily floating on the beautiful dark blue waters as Moosey is now enjoying a lovely moonlit canoe ride. Moe has now whistled for Moosey to come to supper as we are now seeing Moosey happily jumping out of their canoe and is swimming ashore to get his supper.

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe has now whistled and is shouting happily to Moosey in a happy tone of a voice}: "Here, Moose, dinner!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE, MOOSEY, and LARRY: {As Moe now has a proud look on his face as Moe is shouting to everyone in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Idaho Rainbow Trout, coming up, ready for it boys?"

We are now once again seeing their nigt-time table which is once again adorned with the beautiful white linen and lace trimmed table spread, with the sterling silver candleposts with the two lit pink candles, the beautiful cut crystal and sterling silver stemmed wine goblets filled with red wine, the 'Dutch Delft' fine chinaware and the cut crystal salt and pepper shakers, plus the cut crystal butter tray with a stick of butter on it, and the snack-sized pieces of dinnerware with the lemon slices on it and the sterling sliver eating utensils.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe, Larry, and Moosey all sitting at the table with their white linen serviettés tucked underneath their chins like bibbies.

The landscape is that of mountains in the background that are medium grey in colouring with swatches of snow on the peaks as they are dotted with deep, dark, rich green evergreen trees, that look totally black from the night skyeline as they are hued in a slivery ribbonning from the moon passing over them. Way in the distance are a few mountains that are still a pale grey in colouring as the sun is now completing going to bed behind them plus there is a pale-lavenderish-grey haze covering them. The lake is now supporting the entering of the night as it is now a deep, dark grey, cold and eerie looking as it's hueing is black and navy blue and a dancing slivery set of ribbonnings from the moon dancing on it, we are still seeing a really muted reflection of some of the pine trees in the distance showing a slight reflection onto the lake. The area where they are at is that of scrub-coverings that is mainly night black in colouring and is still suppoting a slight muted green hueing colouring with a really weak and pale pink hue as it is now getting quickly swallowed up by the dark of the night and is fastlly now looking slivery in colour.

We are now seeing Chef Moe approaching his three really hungry dinner companions with his pan of gourmet cooked Idaho Rainbow Trout and spiced red whole miniature potatoes, baked beans, and asparagus.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now politely offering to Joe the 'Rainbow Trout' is stating to Joe in a polite tone of a voice}: "Curly-Joe, help yourself!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe now has a happy look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating tom Moe in a really thankful tone of a voice}: "Oh, boy, delicious trout for me, I sure do appreciat it!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is looking a Curly-Joe with a polite look on his face as Moe is now asking Curly-Joe in a really polite tone of a voice}: "Fix my plate, please!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is looking at Moe in a really happy state as Curly-Joe is now stating to Moe in a really polite and affirmative tone of a voice}: "Oh, sure Moe, two little ones for you!"

We are now seeing Moe slapping down in front of Larry a bowl of dry corn flakes.

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe is now happily giving Moosey his supper as Moe is stating to Moosey in a happy tone of a voice}: "Yeah, that's it, that's fo Moose, yeah!"

We are now seeing Moosey enjoying his gourmet meal of fresh caught and grilled Idaho Rainbow Trout, baked redskin potatoes, baked beans, asparagus and kale.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Moe was in the process of tossing a disposable styrofoam dishware to the ground as Curly-Joe is now grabbing it from Moe as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a mad tone of a voice}: "Unha, no, littreing, I'll take that!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now patting Curly-Joe on his back in a state of carryingness as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a really carrying tone of a voice with a happy smile on his face}: "Hunha, you're right!"

We are now seeing Larry sitting there with a really mad and hurtful look on his face as Larry is now in the process of taking both of his paws and is supporting a look of grimace on his face as he is painfully stuffing the dry corn flakes in himself. We are now seeing Moosey, Moe, and Curly-Joe happily chowing down on Rainbow Trout and the fixins'.

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe has now cleaned the bones off of Moosey's trout and is giving him a spoonful is stating to Moosey in a happy tone of a voice}: "Here you are Moose, some nice, fresh, boned trout, atta baby!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry now has a really hurt and disgusted look on his face as Larry is yelling to Moe in a really disgusted and mad tone of a voice}: "Hey, where's my fish!?"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now using hand gestures for madness as Moe is looking at Larry with a wicked look on his face as Moe is now stating to Larry in a really wicked tone of a voice}: "If you don't hook 'em, you don't eat 'em!"

We are now seeing Larry playing with his corn flakes as he is now totally mad and disgusted.

We are now seeing Curly-Joe and Moe enjoying there meals as they are now drinking their vintage red wine.

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe is now raising his wine goblet in a toast to Moosey as he has a happy look on his face and is stating to Moosey in a happy tone of a voice}: "Moose, have some!"

We are now seeing Moosey happily drinking red wine from Moe's wine goblet.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is looking at Moose with a happy look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moosey in a happy tone of a voice}: "Have some Moose, atta boy!"

MOE to MOOSE: {As Moe is smiling at Moosey and is stating to Moosey in a really cheerie tone of a voice}: "Haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa; atta boy!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at Moosey with a really happy look on his face as Curly-Joe is now stating to Moe happily}: "He likes it, Moose likes it!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe has a really happy look on his face as Moe is now happily enjoying watching Moosey drink red wine as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "He knows a good vintage when he tastes it!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe now has a really happy look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really happy tone of a voice}: "Yes, there's nothing I like better than a tall glass of cool, red vintage!"

All the while that Curly-Joe, Moe, and Moosey were enjoying their gourmet meal and red wine Larry was sitting there with a really disgust and demented look on his face and a slight grimace as he is doubling fisting into his mouth in madness his dry and horrible tasting corn flakes as Larry is watching Moosey chowing down on fresh, delicious, 'Idaho Rainbow Trout'.

LARRY: {As Larry is sitting there with corn flakes falling out of his mouth and a really sad and demented look on his face as Larry is stating in a really sad and hurtful tone of a voice}: "I wish I was a dog!"

Meal time is now over as we are seeing the four of them heading for their camper for their nightly repose as Curly-Joe is now holding the 'Coleman' Portable Petroleum Hand Lantern'.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY, MOE, and MOOSE: {As Curly-Joe has a serious look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to them in a serious tone of a voice}: "Okay, fellas, come on, beddie-bye time, come on, come on, time to go to bed, atta boys!"

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is stating to Moosey in a happy tone of a voice as Larry is leading Moosey up the stairs and into their camper}: "Okay, Moose, come on, right up there, get up there, atta boy!"

We are now seeing the four of them in their camper as they are getting prepared to take their nightly repose.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really sarcastic tone of a voice and with a mean and sarcastic look on his face}: "Oh boy, yes indeedie, yes, indeedie, I get to sleeinp in the upper!"

We are now seeing Moe with a really hurtful look on his face as he is now trying his feeble best to boost Curly-Joe up into the top bunk.

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is holding onto Curly-Joe with a really disgusted look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "Well, I'm gonna have to put some goose-grease on you and slide ya up."

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now falling backwards and on top of Moe as Curly-Joe has a worried look on his face as Curly-Joe is now sitting on top of Moe and is squashing Moe as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "Watch it, watch it, watch it. Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute, this doesn't fit my personality."

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is looking at Curly-Joe with a really wicked look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "Clumsy, doesn't fit your belly either."

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is sitting there looking at Moe with a mad and disgusted look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really mad tone of a voice}: "It's not my fault, you were in my way."

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is looking at Curly-Joe with a disgusted look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a disgusted and sarcastic tone of a voice}: "I was in your way?"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at Moe with a sarcastic look as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really sarcastic tone of a voice}: "Yes sir!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now thoroughly disgusted with Curly-Joe as Moe is now looking at Curly-Joe with a mean a disgusted look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a mean and sarcastic tone of a voice}: "Oh, I beg your pardon!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at Moe with a disgusted look on his face as Curly-Joe is now stating back to Moe in a sarcastic tone of a voice}: "Well, tha's better!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now beyond thoroughly disgusted with Curly-Joe as Moe is now dementedly shouting to Curly=Joe in a really wicked and mean tone of a voice}: "Out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, into the tent!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now in a total state of madness as Curly-Joe has a mad look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Moe in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "Oh, not back in the tent, I slept in the tent last night!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe is now totally disgusted with Curly-Joe as Moe has a mean look on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe in a mean and nasty tone of a voice}: "Now, you're gonna sleep there again tonight, belly and all, out, out, out, out, out!"

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now exiting their camper to take his nightly repose in the pup tent once again is now giving Moe a wicked look as Curly-Joe is stating back to Moe in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "Out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at Larry who is in their kitchen quarters finishing wiping down their dinner dishware with a mean look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a mean tone of a voice}: "Larry, finish up the dishes, will ya? You slow-poke!"

We are now seeing poor Curly-Joe zipping up his jacket and is holding onto his portable petroleum lantern exiting the camper and is now in the process of getting ready to take his nightly repose again in the pup tent.

CURLY-JOE: {As Curly-Joe is now totally disgusted with Moe as Curly-Joe is stating to himself in a really disgusted tone of a voice}: "Out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out!

MOE to CURLY-JOE: {As Moe has a really disgusted look on his face as Moe is yelling dementedly to Curly-Joe in a mean tone of voice}: "Shut the door!"

We are now seeing Curly-Joe walking to the pup tent and is trying to get as cozy and he can in the pup tent for his nightly repose.

We are now seeing a couple of hippies out in the cold, dark, night sitting underneath a tree as they are now engaged in a 'Love Fest'. The boy hippie; {Dressed in a pair of peg-legged pair of casual trousers, white sports socks, white sneakers, red casual shirt, and white casual jacket, with shoulder length black curly hair and a mustache}: The girl hippie; {Dressed in peg-legged tight fitting dungarees, blue sneakers, purple casual shirt, and a pale blue casual jacket, and short length black hair}: The boy hippie is now passionately kissing his 'old lady' as he has now stretched a foot forwards and has set-off Larry's trap.

LARRY'S TRAP IN ACTION:

1: He kicked the apples.
2: The 'Have-A-Heart' closes shut.
3: Next the rap trap is now springing off.
4: Next the small rock tied to the tree is dropped.
5: Next the pail of water is now spilling some water into the coffee cup.
6: The see-saw is now elevated which is now causing the ignited candlestick to raise up and burn some of the cording.
7: Next the Claw-Hammer is dropped down and hits the tanning shield which causes an explosion.
8: The camera and the torch that are on the tri-pod have now gone off. This has now caused a loud bang and a really bright white light to go off.
9: Larry is now the proud owner of two hippies engaged in their'Love Fest'; {instead of some Bambies}:

LARRY'S TRAP NOW DISENGAGED:

We are now inside of their camper as Moe is now waking up in a horrible state of fear and panic as Larry has also woken up with a really happy look on his face.

MOE: {As Moe is now stating in a really scared and petrified tone of a voice and with a petrified look of fear on his face}: "What was that!?"

LARRY: {As Larry is now running out of their camper in his night-wear with a really happy look on his face as Larry is carrying a petroleum lantern as Larry is stating in a really happy tone of a voice in reference to his 'Boobie Trap' now working}: "I did it, I did it!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY and MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now approaching them in utter scaredness as Curly-Joe is asking Moe and Larry in a scared and questionable tone of a voice}: "Hey, fellas, what was that flash? I was sleeping all alone and......"

LARRY to CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now slapping Curly-Joe in total glee as Larry is stating to Curly-Joe in a really happy tone of a voice}: "No, no, I got a picture of a deer!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe now has a really perplexed look on his face as Moe is now asking Larry in a really perplexed and questionable tone of a voice}: "Who's deer, what deer!?"

LARRY to MOE and CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now hysterically happy as Larry is now thinking that he has a photo-shot of deer as Larry is now happily running up to his 'Boobie Trap'}: "Come on fellas, follow me!"

We are now see Larry, Moe, and Curly-Joe approaching Larry's 'Camera Trap' in total states of wonderment. As Larry has now thought he has a photo-shot of some 'Bambies' but now has discovered his gotten a photo-shot of the two 'Hippies Engaged In Their Love Fest'.

We are now seeing Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe coming upon the hippies as the hippies are now pointing their fingers at Curly-Joe; Moe; and Larry in utter madness. The boy hippie is now standing up in madness as he is now running after Curly-Joe; Moe; and Larry in total disgust as we are now seeing Larry; Curly-Joe; and Moe running at the speed of light with their tails betwixt their pants back to their camper thinking that they might get beatten up by the large male hippie.

SECTIONAL SIX: "CAMPING WITH THE BOYS:" {ENDING}:


SECTIONAL SEVEN: "MOOSE GETS A FISH:" {BEGINNING}:

MOE NARRATING: {"By morning we were well on our way to 'Norther Idaho'. And passing 'Arrow Rock Damn', this huge recolection project on the 'Boise River' cascades a fullness of torrent water that covers the entire area, and a perpetual mist and creates a mighty turbulence below the damn that transforms the placid river into a facsimile of a stormy ocean. We drove by the beautiful state capital at 'Boise' and headed due north to 'Idaho's Panhandle' and the fabulous fishing of 'Ponderay' and 'Priest Lakes'."}:

As Moe was narrating we were driving down a lovely two lane road way that has a hand built wooden bridge outlining the left side of the road way. Plus in the distance we are seeing a couple of mountains that look like they were shapped from rough and lumpy concrete that are a medium grey in colouring. The mountains now have a hueing of black, lavender, teal-blue, and dark-red. Plus dotting the mountains are several groupings of scrub-trees that are dark green, mainly in colouring and from the skyeline being over-casted the mountains and the scrub-trees have a black looking cast to them. The scrub-trees are trying to show a very weak hueing of a muted yellow, rust-brown, navy-blue, and purple. Plus on the other side of the road way we see some mangey looking grass that is trying to support a green colouring but is also looking brown and burnt-like from the winter. Plus there are also some sad looking prairie flowers that are deadended by the winter as their lovely green steams and leaves are a sad looking shade of a burnt-green as the beautiful purple and bright pink flowers are still slightly showing their colours but are browned our from the winter.

We are now passing 'Arrow Rock Damn' it is a really choppy body of water, deep charcoal grey in colour with huge patches of boiling white waters. And an eerie pale-blue mist that is sliding over it and is dissappating into the great unknown. Plus we are seeing the white waters crashing over corrall rocks that are a deep black in colour and are hued in orange and purple. There are deep white waves rippling over the waters top, all in a colouring of deep charcoal grey and has a casting of pale greyish-pink.

We are now in the downtown out-skirts of Boise where we are seeing a lovely street outlined in 1860's style of petroleum street lamps. Beautiful huge, deep green, Maple trees wiht a really muted hueing of pale-pink and yellow. A shrubrey swatch of deep green scrub-trees with a hueing of muted orange and olive-green. Plus a lush thick green grass patch that is dotted with a few thin snow swatches that are supporting a slight diamond lustrating.

We are now seeing the Capital Building which is an 1800's architect with two doorways that have three huge marble pillars each. Beveled glass doors, slate peake roofing. The entire building has a rust coloured layered slate roofing. Plus there is an upper added dome consisted or marble pillars, beveled glass windows and slate roofing. The entire building is trimmed in redwood around the upper window levels. The entrance stairways are white marble. The entire doorway is of three huge individual white marble. Plus at both ends are separate slate and marble pillars, the doors also have beveled glass. Plus the entire building has Maple and Oake trees deep, rich green, colour and in full leafings and hued in pale-yellow, orange, red, and pea-green from the sun that is shining through a very over-casted skyeline.

We are now on 'Priest Lake'. It is an early Spring day, the skye is mainly over-casted with just the tiniest hint of the sun shining through. The mountains in the back ground are covered with snow swatches that a pale dull grey in colour, the mountains are an cold, eerie medium grey in colour with a light hint of a hueing of pale-blue, lavender, muted rust-brown, peach, and amethyst. The evergreen trees that are outlining the mountains are a deep, dark green, that looks black from the over-casted skyeline. The lake is totally calm with a cold, dark grey look about it, that is supporting a slight pale-blue and peach hue from where the sun is now trying to shine on it. Plus on the shoreline there are olive-green and pale-yellow scrub-trees. Plus the evergreen trees are casting a black reflection onto the lake.

We are now seeing 'The Four Stooges' crusing down 'Lake Ponderay' and are now coming to their fishing destination as they are now setting anchor and are casting there fishing reels in for their second fishing expedition.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now sitting in their boat and Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a carrying tone of a voice}: "Okay, Larry, this is it, 'Lake Ponderay', your big chance!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at Larry with a mischievous look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a slightly sarcastic tone of a voice}: "Yeah, Joe's right, if you can't catch 'em here, you'll never catch 'em!"

Here we are seeing a lovely view of some far off mountains that are pale grey as they are now showing a slight diamond like lustre off of the snow swatches as the sun is now breaking through the over-casted skyeline. As the mountains are now showing hues of a deep purple, lavender, pale-pink, and pale-orange. The 'Ponderay Lake' is still totally calm and is now giving up slightly it's cold, grey eerie look as is it now taking on an aqua-blue colour and a deep, rich navy blue from the sun. We were seeing all of this through a shoreline landscaping of several deep, rich green, Elm trees that have a left-over cast to them of an olde fire of really muted yellow, red, orange and olive-green. Plus there is also scrub-brush covering of purely bare scrub-trees that have deep, rich-brown leaves laying on top with scrub-grass that is olive-green in colour and hued in peach, rust, and dark-yellow, the bare branches are showing a silvery hue. The skyeline is now a bright turquoise blue, cloudless and the brilliant orange and yellow sun is now in full shine.

We are now out on the medium-blue 'Ponderay Lake' where we are seeing Larry's fishing bobber sitting lazily on top of the water as Moosey is now hanging over their boat and is watching the lake with a really contented look his face.

We are now seeing Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe happily sitting in their boat as they are lazily casting their fish wires into 'Lake Ponderay'. They are sitting on a poifectly calm, deep, dark-blue coloured lake that is hued in black and is dotted with bouys as in the background there are dark-grey dull mountains outlined in deep, rich, dark green almost black looking evergreen trees that are located in a shaded location. The mountains are hued in a really dull peach, red, and rust. There is also a pale-blue-grey steamy mist rising over the mountains.

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is looking at Larry with a really happy look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a really happy tone of a voice}: "Good cast!"

We are now seeing Moosey getting into a peck of mischief as Moosey is now thinking that Larry's bobber is a fetch ball and is jumping off of their boat and is now in the process of fetching it.

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe is now yelling at Moosey and is trying to get him to not jump overboard}: "Hey wait!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe now has a happy look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a mischievous and gleeful tone of a voice}: "Heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee; would you look at that crazy Retriever, heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee-heee; he thinks you're playing ball, Larry!"

All the while that Moosey was swimming out and fetching Larry's fish bobber Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe were sitting in their boat laughing gleefully.

We are now seeing Moosey fetching Larry's bobber as Moose is now gleefully bringing it back to the boat as we are now seeing Larry sitting in the boat with a really disgusted look on his face at Moosey for bringing the bobber on board.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now sitting there with a mischievous look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a really mischievous tone of a voice}: "Hey, you caught yourself a Moose!"

We are now seeing Moosey happily and proudfully swimming back with Larry's fish bobber as Larry is now sitting on their boat with a really disgusted look on his face.

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is looking at Moosey with a disgusted look and is shouting at Moosey in a really wicked tone of a voice}: "Let go, will ya, Moose!?"

MOE to MOOSE: {As Moe is now proud of Moose and is looking at Moose with a happy and proud look on his face as Moe is stating to Moosey in a gleefully tone of a voice as Moe is now patting the side of their boat}: "Here Moose, bring it back, that's it Moose, come here, Moose, come on baby, com on right up, that's it!"

We are now seeing Moe and Larry helping Moosey up the boat ladder and into the boat as Moosey now proudly gives Larry back his fish bobber.

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is now totally disgusted with Moose as Larry is stating to Moosey in a totally disgusted tone of a voice}: "That's it, let me see if I will ever ever do anything for you Moose. I'm not taking you with me anymore, that's it, that's it!"

MOE to MOOSE: {As Moe is now helping Moose up the boat ladder with a happy look on his face as Moe is stating to Moosey in a really gleeful tone of a voice}: "Come on up, come right up, come on, come on, Come on, you can get up by yourself, come on, come on, okay, okay, thata boy, hey, waatch it Moose!"

Here we see Moosey coming on board with his prize catch as he is now shaking water off of himself and is getting Moe and Larry totally saturated with water.

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is now totally mad to the enth-degree as Larry is stating to Moosey in a really disgusted tone of a voice as Larry has now once again tossed out his fish bobber and Moosey is now in the process of fetching it back}: "Oh, there he goes, oooh-oooh-oooh-oooh-oooh!"

CURLY-JOE to MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe is sitting there with a really mischievous look on his face as Curly-Joe is now slightly laughing and is stating to Moose in a really happy and mischievous tone of a voice as Moose is once again coming on board with Larry's fish bobber}: "Go ahead, get 'em all wet, that's it, they deserve it, the two wet guys!"

We are now seeing Moe, Larry, and Moosey as Moe is looking at Larry with a really worried look on his face as Moose is now back hanging over their boat in a state of pride as Larry is sitting there totally flustered out to the enth-degree.

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is sitting there with a really flustered look on his face as Larry is now once again trying to re-cast his fish bobber for the fifth time and is stating to Moe in a really flustered tone of a voice}: "He's got me crazy!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at Larry with a really carrying look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry in a really carrying tone of a voice}: "Why don't you just keep trying, he's bound to get tired!"

CURLY-JOE: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at them with a really sarcastic look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to himself in a low and sarcastic tone of a voice in reference to Moe and Larry}: "Fishermen, haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha!"

Well, here we go again, it is round number seven with Moosey and Larry. Larry has now once again casted out his fish bobber as we are now seeing Moosey happily and mischievously jumping into the poifectly calm and dark blue 'Lake Ponderay' and is once againg fetching back to Larry his bobber.

MOE NARRATING: {"Haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha-haaaha; Larry, he was really jynxed, Moose was litterally driving him out of his mind, the bright float acted on his Retriever instincts and nothing could stop him from his in borne duty. It was really funny and yet it was sad."}:

All the while that Moe was narrating we sas Moosey jumping in the beautiful rich, navy blue waters of the 'Lake Ponderay' as Moosey was playing fetch the bobber twelve more time as Moe and Curly-Joe where laughing hysterically so hard that they were busting their gutts as poor Larry was sitting there totally disgusted to the enth-degree with the whole situation.

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is now stating to Moosey in a really disgusted tone of a voice as Larry is now trying his feeble best to cast his fish bobber without Moosey going after it}: "Now, you stay Moose, this is the last time, come here, come here!"

Larry has now gone for the twenty-first try as Larry has now casted out his fish bobber and we are now once again seeing Moosey having a ball and is heed to his Retriever instincts as Moosey is now once again over-board and is in the beautiful navy blue waters and is now fetching Larry's bobber and is proudly bringing back on board.

LARRY to MOOSE: {As Larry now has a slight look of mischief on his face as Larry is now slightly laughing as he is shouting to Moosey in a laughing tone of a voice}: "No, Moose, no, how many times do I have to tell ya!? Now this is the twenty-first time, cut it out!"

As Moosey was once again bringing back Larry's fish bobber it at the time has now caught a fishie as the fishie is now flipping around in the waters. We all now see Moosey swimming over and is fetching it.

LARRY to MOOSE: {As Larry is now jumping up in glee and is stating to Moosey in a gleeful tone of a voice}: Hey Moose, come here, this way, come on, come on!"

MOE to LARRY and CURLY-JOE: {As Moe has a look of glee on his face as Moe is stating to Curly-Joe and Larry in a really happy and mischievous tone of a voice}: He's got one, Moose has got a fish!"

CURLY-JOE to MOOSE: {As Curly-Joe is now standing in the back of their boat with a gleeful look on his face as Curly-Joe is shouting to Moose in a proud tone of a voice}: "Atta boy Moose, play him, easy now, that's it boy, hold on to him, don't hurt him!"

MOE to LARRY and CURLY-JOE: {As Moe has a look of pride on his face as Moe is stating to Larry and Curly-Joe in a really proud tone of a voice}: "What a fishin' dog. Bring him in, you can do it, Moose!"

CURLY-JOE to MOOSEY: {As Curly-Joe is now proudly cheering Moose on with a gleeful look on his face as Curly-Joe is using a proud tone of a voice}: "Yeah, you can do it, just play him, easy!"

We are now getting an under water shot of Moosey happily swimming over and getting his fishie and bringing the shoreline.

LARRY to MOOSEY: {As Larry is standing there still struggling with his fish wire as Moosey is now getting Larry's fishie and is getting credit for catching him as Larry is now shouting wickedly at Moose}: "This way, Moose, that's my fish, come on, hurry up!"

MOE to MOOSE: {As Moe is looking at Moose in a total state of mischievous pride as Moe is stating to Moosey in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Never mind him, Moose, never mind, take care of your fish, kid!"

We are now seeing Larry with a really disgusted look on his face as Larry was completeing all the work of reeling in the fishie as we are now seeing Moosey happily holding onto the fishie as Moose in now swimming in the deep, charcoal grey, cold waters of the 'Ponderay Lake' as Moosey is now churning up the shoreline which is causing 'Ponderay Lake' to have a cocoa-brown hue to it as Moosey is now coming to shore with his fishie.

MOE to MOOSEY: {As Moe is stating to Moose in a really mischievous tone of a voice and look of mischief on his face as Moosey has now brought his fishie ashore as Moe is still supporting his mischievous tone of voice as Moe is stating to Moosey}: "Never mind him, you do what you want!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now slapping Moe in a state of madness as Larry is looking at Moe with an evil and disgusted look on his face as Larry is now shouting to Moe in a disgusted tone of a voice}: "Shut-Up!"

We are now seeing Moosey on the shoreline as has now dropped his fishie in pride as he is now shaking water off of himself and is now enjoying his luncheon.

LARRY to MOE and CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now shouting at Curly-Joe and Moe in a total state of disgusted fear about Moosey and the fishie}: "Come on!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now tapping Larry on his right shoulder in a state of mischief as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "He's a better fisherman tha you are, haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa!"

We are now seeing Moose taking his fishie and is now running away up the shoreline as he is now in the process of finishing his 'Fresh Catch Of The Day!"

LARRY: {As Larry is now standing there in the boat with a really hurtful look on his face as we are now seeing Larry falling backwards into onr the boat seats, the front passengers one in a really digusted state as Larry is now using a sad and slightly crying tone of a voice about Moose and his fishie}: "That's my fish, mine, my fish, mine!"

All the while that Larry was standing in their boat holding his fishing reel with a thorough disgusted look on his face in the background we are seeing a poifectly pale-blue cloudless skyeline, a huge brilliant yellow sun. 'Ponderay Lake' that is still mainly charcoal grey in colouring with a pale-blueish-grey hue to it from the sun. Several gorgeous huge mountains that are pale-grey in colour as they are dressed in diamond snow swatches and hueing of beige, lavender, dark-red, and orange.

MOE NARRATING: {"Moose had added insult to injury while Larry's frustration reached and past the boiling pointe. The experience left a bad taste in his mouth and he urges to leave 'Ponderay' and move North to the 'Virgin Wilderness' of 'Upper Priest Lake', feeling sorry for him we transported our boat North to 'Priest Lake', and crossed this large scenic body of water on way to the narrow passageway know as the 'Thorough-Fare.' That connected 'Upper and Lower Priest'. We sped to the very top of the lake and began searching for the narrow channell, the opening was well marked and we slowed to crawl as we entere."}:

Here we are seeing the Boys going down 'Lake Ponderay' which is a pale-grey colour and cold and eerie looking as we are now seeing mountains in the background that are a medium grey as they look like they were molded out of badly mixted concrete, the mountains are hued in peach, lavender, navy blue, beige and dark-yellow. The snow swatches that are dressing the mountains are lustrating their dancing diamond lustre from the sun. We are now seeing a lovely collection of deep, dark green, evergreen trees that have a slight look of black to them from being in a shaded location, as they are hued in dark-red, rust-brown, bright yellow from the sun shining on them.

We are now seeing a beigeish-peach sandy spot with dark green, yellow hued scrub-coverings. The beautiful evergreen trees are sending a black look reflection onto the lake with a hue of peach.

We are now seeing Larry totally calmed down as Larry has a look of happiness on his face as Larry is now enjoying the beautiful scenrey that is passing by him. Curly-Joe is also sitting there in a state of awe as Curly-Joe is now taking in the gorgeous screnery that is passing by him.

Here we are now seeing a really lovely bright aqua-blue skyeline, a full sun and a massive collection of tall, dark, green oake trees as they are now being kissed by the sun and are showing hues of beige, pea-green, rust-brown and peachish-orange.

Here we are seeing Moosey as he is hanging over the stern of their boat as Moosey is now enjoying some of the sights of his own which are several deep grey mountains with a pale-blue misty haze covering them and hued in a muted yellow, orange, dark-red and teal-blue with diamond snow swatches. A beautiful full vibrant yellow and orange sun in full shine in the brilliant aqua skyeline. A collection of deep, dark rich, dark green pine trees with a slight dark-orange hue with dark-yellow and slivery hues plus the 'Lake Ponderay' has a haze silvery cast that it totally calm, deep, dark charcoal grey in colouring.

Plus we are seeing in front of the evergreen trees a beautiful covering of scrub-grass that is a rich cocoa-brown in colouring with the sun shining on it giving it a lustrating of peach. As both the evergreen trees and the scrub-coverings are casting their loveliness as reflections into 'Ponderay Lake'.

Here we are now seeing a sandy landscape with a wooden hand built boat launches. Deep green pine trees hued in dark rust-brown, and red. Beautiful mountains in the background where some have a misty, dark blue haze floating off of them while we are seeing another set of mountains being more exposed to the sun as they are a medium sloppy concrete grey with their snow swatches smiling in glee and protruding their lovely dancing diamonds for all to see, with hueings of vibrant orange, muted lavender, deep blue, muted brown and a muted pink and yellow. Plus we are seeing a gorgeous collection of dark green evergreen trees that are being kissed by the sun as they are now dressed in a rusty-orange. brilliant-yellow, peach, and navy blue and a silvery mist on them.

SECTIONAL SEVEN: "MOOSE GETS A FISH:" {ENDING}:


SECTIONAL EIGHT: "HATS OFF TO LARRY:" {BEGINNING}:

Here we are now seeing Moosey hanging over the stern of their boat, tethered, with a huge smile on his face as Moosey is now enjoying a lovely scenrey fo a vibrant turquoise blue skyeline, full vibrant orange and yellow sun smiling on the day. A beautiful collection of deep, rich, dark green pine trees that are enjoying the sun as they are now showing off their beautiful hues of peach, pale pink, lavender, and muted yellow. Plus there is also beige scrub-coverings that is lovely hued in virbrant purple, silver, olive-green, and rust-brown. 'The Priest Lake' is totally still and is a beautiful shade of a rich, navy blue in colour in the shaded areas and where it is being hit by Mr. Sunshine it now has a glittering of a silvery glow as we are now seeing a poifect mirror effect of the dark green and and scrub-coverings in the lake.

MOE NARRATING: {"The thorough-fare has a screne beauty all it's own that tempts you take your eyes off the water as you try to keep a steady course over the narrow channell. One mistake, and you're locked on a sand-bar in this lonely remote wilderness. The bottom is covered with large, submerged trees that can raise havoc with a boat. Moose was appointed 'First Mate', and became my second set of eyes. Barking, everytime he saw a strange object under the water. This is really a virgin wilderness. Rubbing elbows with the 'Canadian Bourder', the entire area is un-touched by civilisation and as much as it was a thousand years ago. With each mile, the scenery became more beautiful. And the area more lonely. The was the last stretch just before the channell widens and enters up a 'Priest'. The truely magnificient 'Wilderness Lake'. We were the only boat in the entire area. And, this time, Larry was positive that he had finally reached his spot. This was to be his day. It was also his last chance, as we would be heading home tomorrow. With this in mind, we all fished dilligently for three solid hours and then."

As Moe was narrating, we were travelling down the beautiful channell. A poifect cloudless bright turquoise skyeline with the sun in full shine. Miles of lovely deep, dark, green evergreen trees, that are dressed in a rich orange, dark-red, muted yellow and really light lavender. The channell is totally still as it is a deep, rich, navy blue with a slivery glow. The evergreen trees are now doing a poifect mirror image in the totally calm channell. Now we are seeing another shot of the gorgeous deep, dark, green evergreen trees that are being kissed by the sum and are now wearing a dressing of pale yellow, olive-green, peach, and rust-brown. Plus we are seeing a nice shoreline of scrub-covering that is beige and hued with pale pink, brown, vibrant purple, and dark pear-yellow. The channell is still a deep, rich, navy blue, as it is now being darkened out by the evergreen trees shadowing over it.

Here we are now seeing Moosey at the stern of their boat with a huge smile on his face as his ears are now flapping in the breeize. We are now seeing more beautiful deep, rich, green evergreen trees that are being dressed in by the sun, in colours of silver, dark-grey, rust-brown, muted orange and brilliant yellow. We are now seeing in the real far distance a collection of mountains that are pale-grey and have a pale-blueish-pinkish-lavenderish mist rising over them. And distant snow swatches that are happily dressed in hueings of teal-blue, pale-yellow, and peach. The channell is now a muted grey in colour as it is reflecting one area the reflections of the evergreen trees, plus it is also showing a shadowing of pale-pink and lavender from the refelction of some of the deep, dark gree, scrub-trees that Mr. Sunshine has now dressed in dark-red, muted silver, and pear-yellow.

Here we are now seeing a dark and slightly eerie section of the channell that is a collection of dark, green, pine trees that have look of blackness to them, and are hued in peach, rust-brown, and bright pink, further in. Plus we are seeing a collection of fallen trees that have been petrified over the years from the weather as they look medium grey in colouring. The channell now supports a dark, charcoal grey colour as it is being covered over by the dark pine trees. Plus there is a sand-barge that is a deep, rich, cocoa-beige in colour, plus there is a very tiny patch of medium green grass hugging the sand-barge as they grass is showing a dressing from Mr. Sunshine a very muted yellow and peach.

Here we are seeing a gigantic hollowed out black in colour petrified log, as everything is showing a slivery glow from the sun peaking through. Plus they also look like they have a slight muted look of some fire ashes tossed on them.

We are now seeing a huge collection of fallen trees; totally petrified from the weather that are black in colour along with a collection of scrub-coverings that are deep, dark, chocolate brown in colour and several more dead, petrified silvery coloured logs laying in the channell, with both the scrub-coverings and petrified logs are also showing a peach hueing. Plus the channell now looks deep, green, from the shadowing of the pine trees that are hued in orange and dark-red castings over them. Once again, everything still has it's silvery glow from the sun peaking through the trees and shining down.

We are now turning at a bend in the channell as we are running head on into a gorgeous vibrant orange and yellow sun. Some more deep, green, pine trees that are on fire with vibrant yellow, fire engine red, and hot orange. Plus we are seeing a collection of mountains that are medium grey with millions of little diamonds dancing on them on the snow swatches as they are showing a hueing of pale-blue, orange, and yellow, as there is a muted lavenderish-peach mist now rising over them. Plus there is more lovely scrub-coverings that is reflectiong it's lovely reflection of dark-yellow main colour and hued in dark-red and olive-green.

We are now seeing the bottom of the channell with a collection of grey rocks, and a hueing of purple, teal-blue, orange, and red. We are now hearing and seeing Moosey barking loudly at a giant 'Tortoise Turtle'. We are now seeing a gorgeous reflection of the pine trees in the now slightly rippling channell. Plus there is also a collection of beige scrub-coverings with a silvery casting to them as it is too casting an haunted ghost-like shadow in the channell.

We are now getting a head on shot of some more pine trees that have a slivery-snow like glow to them that maked then look totally snow coverd, along with some scrub-coverings that are a dark, dead, brown in colour as they are trying to show a weak hueing of pale yellow and pale green. Here we are seeing Moosey taking in the sights as Moosey is now standing up in the stern of their boat smiling happily as he is now looking at a beautiful slightly rippling dark, blue channell and an array of deep, rich, dark, green pine trees that are showing their silvery-snow like lustre and peach hueing. Plus with the sun now shining on them they are also showing a hueing of rust-brown and red.

We are now seeing a set of mountains in the far distance covered entirely with a dark grey and muted pale-blue-lavenderish mist. We are now getting a shot of some scrub-coverings that is of scrub-trees beige in colour with dead, brown leaves on them and a really scraggly hueing of teal-blue and dark orange from the sun shining on them. Plus there are now a few Elm trees that are a medium green in colouring as they are now showing a slight new pale-green leafing. A collection of dark green, almost black, evergreen trees from being in a shaded location and are showing a ribbonning of dark orange, brown, red, and rust. The channell is now rippling slightly as it is still a deep, rich, navy blue colour. The skyeline is still a vibrant turquoise blue with the huge orange and yellow sun.

We are now seeing a distance shot of their boat as it is now lazily sailing down a rippling navy blue channell as it is surrounded on all sides by a gorgeous collection of deep, rich, dark, green pine trees with a slight hueing of pale-yellow, and peach. Plus there are some scrub-coverings, a deep, rust-brown in colour as everything is also supporting a silvery olive-green casting.

We are now on Moosey as he is still happily hanging over the stern of the boat, as his ears are happily flapping in the gentle breeze. Moosey is now looking at two mountains, one is a pale-grey in colour totally dressed in a pale-blue hazy mist, while the second mountain is of a dark charcoal grey in colour that borders on black from being in a slight shaded location plus a tinch hue of a lavenderish-peach. There is also another collection of rich, green pine trees with a hueing from Mr. Sun of muted lavender, yellow, beige and yellow as the pine trees and the mountains are gorgeously doing a mirrored image of themselves in the totally peaceful and screne navy-blue waters of the 'Priest Lake'.

Here we are now seeing Moe, Larry, Moose, and Curly-Joe setting anchor for their final fishing excursition in a beautiful portion of the 'Priest Lake'. Pretty dark green evergreen trees, adorning the shorelines hued in pale yellow, peachish-orange and light yellow. Plus there are some sandy coloured scrub-coverings and scrub-trees that look teal-blue in colour from the sun. They are adorning the shorelines of the totally peaceful rich, navy, blue waters of the 'Priest Lake'. There are a couple of beautiful dark grey mountains that are being hued in peach, purple, and dark red, as they have a dark, slivery hazy mist dissapating over them as the mountains and scrub-stuffies are show their lovely reflection the beautiful 'Priest Lake'.

We are now seeing Moe, Larry, Curly-Joe, and Moosey lazily fishing on the gorgeous 'Priest Lake' as it is now the end of their final fishing excurtion as Curly-Joe and Moe are now bringing in on their fishing holders a dozen trouts each, and as you can guess, poor Larry batted zero.

CURLY-JOE to MOE: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at Moe with a really happy and proud look on his face as Curly-Joe is now stating to them in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Well Moe, it looks like we got our limits!"

MOE to CURLY-JOE and LARRY: {As Moe is now holding onto some of the fishies they caught as Moe has a really happy and proud look on his face as Moe is stating to Larry and Curly-Joe and Moosey in a really cheerie tone of a voice}: "What a day, with rod and reel!"

LARRY to MOE and CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now standing there with a totally disgusted look on his face as Larry is stating to them in a totally disgusted tone of voice as Larry has once again bombed out on his last and final fishing try}: "Yeah; haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa-haaa!?"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now looking at poor Larry with a devious look on his face as Moe is now stating to Larry in a really wicked tone of a voice}: "Have a little patience's my lad, one of these days you'll stay awake long enough to catch a fish!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now standing there with a really evil look on his face as Curly-Joe is now stating to Larry in a really sarcastic tone of a voice as Curly-Joe is now holding up his fishies}: There, and all you need is skill, perseverance, finess, know how, craftsmanship, and technique, again,"

We are now seeing Larry waving a hand at Moe and Curly-Joe in a state of utter disgust as Larry is now throwing his fishing reel down on the bottom of their boat as Larry is now having a little hissie fit and is leaving them in a really disgusted state.

LARRY to MOE and CURLY-JOE: {As Larry is now taking of his red and white fishing lure decorated hate and is throwing it into the 'Priest Lake' in a state of utter disgust and give upness as Larry is stating to Moe and Curly-Joe in a throughly disgusted tone of a voice}: " I QUIT!"

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now looking at Larry with a wicked look on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a low and wicked tone of a voice}: "He's disgusted!"

We are now seeing Larry standing there with a mad and perplexed look on his face as Curly-Joe now has a look of bewilderment on his face as we are now in the process of seeing Larry's fishing lure decorated hat that Larry tossed into the 'Priest Lake' in sheer utter disgust now bringing in a total of three more fishies.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now laughing in total glee as Curly-Joe is now bringing in Larry's hat and Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a really wicked and demented tone of a voice since Curly-Joe was the one who brought in Larry's hat}: "Eeeeha, eeeeha, eeeeha, eeeeha, eeeeha, eeeeha, eeeeha, eeeha, one for Moe, whooowha, whooowha, whooowha, whooowha, whooowha, whooowha, whooowha, whooowha, whooowha, how, heehaa, heehaa, heehaa, heehaa, heehaa, heehaa, heehaa, heehaa, one for me, unmaha, unmaha, unmaha, unmaha, unmaha, unmaha, unmaha, unmaha, and one for Moose!"

We are now seeing Moe and Curly-Joe standing there laughing hysterically at poor Larry as Larry never got his fish. Larry is now standing there with his hands on his waist and his eyes shit as Larry now has a look of 'I CAN NEVER DO ANYTHING RIGHT', on his face.

CURLY-JOE to LARRY: {As Curly-Joe is now holding up Larry's hat as Curly-Joe now has a look of devilment on his face as Curly-Joe is stating to Larry in a low, mischievous, and slightly mean tone of a voice}: "His hat, you know your hat is a good, good, fisherman. You're hat is better, than you are!"

SECTIONAL EIGHT: "HATS OFF TO LARRY:" {ENDING}:


'KOOK'S TOUR': "CLOSING THOUGHTS BY MOSES HARRY HORWITZ:" {BEGINNING}:

We are now back on Moe as Moe is sitting once again in his plane quarters laughing hysterically as Moe is once again dressed in his dark grey trousers, pale yellow V-Neck sweater, pale-yellow and pale grey plaid casual shirt: {Moe is now once again sitting at his desk that has on it}:
{An Ashes Tray}: {An Ink Blotter}: {His Nameplate}: {Travelling Brochures}: {A Pens And Pencils Cup}: and {LARRY'S HAT THAT HE WORE ON LOCATION}:

BEHIND MOE: {The Poster Of A Younger Moe}: {Several Different Lobby Cards Of Different Features And Short Subjects}: {A Telescope}: {A Dressing Table}: {A Stool}: {Several Different Sized Storage Boxes}: {His Luggage Boxes}:

MOE NARRATING: {"Poor Larry, five weeks on the greatest fishing waters in America, and even his hat did three times as good as he did}: {Here we are seeing Moe picking up the hat that Larry wore on locations}: Well, maybe his luck will improve, after we've board our campground to the skye and head our rig for the inland waters of Japan."}:

"KOOK'S TOUR:" "CLOSING THOUGHTS BY MOSES HARRY HORWITZ:" {ENDING}:

We are now seeing Moe with a really sweet look on his face as he now has his feet propped up on his desk and is smiling in happiness as Moe has now given a wink and a salute of good-bye}:

"SIANAR!"


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Re: KOOK'S TOUR
Posted 2007-09-06 12:47:02 by FourthThird
Edited 2007-09-06 13:18:29 by Dunrobin

Talk about going out with a whimper. This doesn't seem to be particularly good even by DeRita era standards.
No one has mentioned the two most grating (to me) aspects of this:
1. The obtrusive, almost stereotypical "60s comedy" soundtrack music.
2. All the time spent focusing on Moose the dog.

Re: KOOK'S TOUR
Posted 2002-04-27 21:40:00 by jaronson
Edited 2006-03-23 16:04:03 by shemps#1
Not a very easy film to watch, especially because of their aging and the film quality. Even though I do like the main gag with Larry not catching any fish, there's no comedy. In the midst of the fishing gag they probably could have reused the fishing gag with Curly in BOOBY DUPES. I do however like how Moe kept making fun of Curly-Joe's weight considering he looked like he weighed well over 300 lbs.

Another comment I have to make is that I agree with shemps#1's comment about Curly-Joe's repeated usage of "'ol buddy boy." There are also two actions that Moe does in this film that really shows that they were acting like ex-Stooges: 1. In one scene, Moe shows his sugarbowl haircut for a quick moment, but then he combs it back to the hairstyle of the rest of the movie as well as some of the shorts with Diaper Man; 2. Moe says the half-empty, half-full gag, even though it makes more sense for Larry or Curly-Joe to use it and Moe slaps them. I also agree with ISLIPP's comment about seeing Curly-Joe instead of Diaper Man whining like a baby. Another aspect of this film that gets on my nerves is that Larry and Curly-Joe have switched roles like in THREE LOAN WOLVES with Larry and Curly.

Reviewer's Rating: (5)
Re: KOOK'S TOUR
Posted 2003-08-27 15:55:00 by Larry Larry
Richard, I just feel bad after watching it.

Its a shame that this was so poorly produced. I guess by this point in their career, the shorts and features had completly run their course, so a show along these lines is understandable.

Its certainly not a riot, but in better hands, it could have been better. The producers really cut corners. They may not even have used a location manager or professional camera operators. At one point, it looks like the boat is sitting in pond scum. Someone could have said "Lets move to a nicer part of the lake".

I'm glad I saw it though. I love the Stooges and really wish they could have had a cabable director. Were they "retiring" in the 1980's or 1990's, I'm sure Hollywood or a home video company would have financed & produced these legacy projects better.

By the way, does anyone know if the teenage boy in Kook's Tour is Moe's grandson? The grandson was in "The Outlaws is Coming" and this boy looks very similar, but a little older.
Re: KOOK'S TOUR
Posted 2003-05-28 08:25:00 by Giff me dat fill-em!
A fair attempt by Norman Maurer to piece together a film after Larry's unfortunate stroke. I can see the potential a "Retired Stooges Travelogue" series might have given to TV audiences based upon this film. As for the film itself, it IS hard to watch, but only to us faithful Stooge fans. (anyone else would turn it off and watch something else) I'm proud, however, to have it in my video collection just to see the boys at play one last time!

Reviewer's Rating: (4)
Re: KOOK'S TOUR
Posted 2002-01-02 14:08:00 by Shemp_Diesel
As I said in response to your C3 forum thread about this film Mike, it's a travelogue & travelogues are always boring. No one should expect "Disorder in the Court" level comedy from this. The stooges do manage to make this at least watchable & some funny moments do arise which is worth at least 2 pokes imo.

Reviewer's Rating: (4)
Re: KOOK'S TOUR
Posted 2001-12-31 23:36:00 by Mike Holme
To me, this film was merely okay, but there were some funny things that didn't neccessarily relate to violence(Joe's buggy/vaccum cleaner device). For folks who want to see this, be warned: The stooges do not hit or eyepoke each other at all. 2 pokesEdited by - Mike Holme on 1/12/2002 9:44:39 PM

Reviewer's Rating: (5)
Re: KOOK'S TOUR
Posted 2001-08-25 03:42:00 by [Deleted Member]
Y'know shemps#1, you really ought to rethink that. If it wasn't for the fact that Ernestine Besser got very sick, this could instead be her husband Joe yelling, "Ooow! Not so HAAaarrdd!"A good movie. The boys do show their age. If it's hard to watch, it's only because of the film quality, Larry's stroke and knowing that it was the last film they ever did. I highly appreciate the Stooges cranking out one more for the road (in more ways than one!) like this. I guess the main gag is that Larry never catches a fish (and when he does, Moe and DeRita don't let him have it) while the others catch a whole school of fish (a little at a time!). "You don't catch it, you don't eat it." Farewell Howard, Fine and DeRita- and thanx for 40 years of hte best comedy known to mankind!ISLIPP- you slide. ©2001
Re: KOOK'S TOUR
Posted 2001-05-30 15:14:00 by shemps#1
Keeping in mind that this is the last body of work by the Stooges, and they either in or around their 70's, I am giving this movie an extra poke and a half than I normally would have. Curly-Dull is really getting on my nerves with his "ol boy, ol buddy boy" bit. A must for the die-hard fan, but I'd advise casual fans to look elsewhere.

Reviewer's Rating: (0)
Re: KOOK'S TOUR
Posted 2001-05-14 12:13:00 by BeAStooge
Interesting attempt to keep the Stooges working septenegarians. It's not bad... fun in some ways... just not typical Stooges fare.

Reviewer's Rating: (4)
Re: KOOK'S TOUR
Posted 2001-04-21 00:27:00 by sickdrjoe
I can't give this a BOMB since this 'movie' is heartbreaking testimony to how dedicated to Stoogery these 70-yr-old 'boys' really & truly were. But I can't recommend it to ANYBODY who loves the Three Stooges; it's way too painful to watch. By the way, I'll take whatever Anonymous below is drinking...make mine a double, served neat.

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