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(Dramas Within the "Dances With Rattlesnakes" Series)
 

Dances With Rattlesnakes - See Dances With Rattlesnakes cover page for a story overview.

No Easy Choice -  The 2nd story in the "Dances" series. When Roy DeSoto is seriously injured at the scene of a fire, John Gage blames himself for a choice he was forced to make.  Everyone close to Johnny assures him he's not at fault, with the exception of Roy's 16-year-old son, Chris, who is furious with the man he's always thought of as an uncle. It's not until Chris has a difficult choice of his own to make that he comes to discover blame is often easily placed, and often wrongly placed.  No Easy Choice is posted in two parts of approximately 50 pages each. 

And No One Knows Where - The 3rd story in the "Dances" series. See And No One Knows Where cover page for a story overview..         

The Show Must Go On - The 4th story in the "Dances" series. See The Show Must Go On cover page for a story overview.                    

Dancing With The Devil - The 5th story in the "Dances" series. See Dancing With The Devil cover page for a story overview.

The Phantom And The Parselmouth - The 6th story in the "Dances" series. It's the summer of 2000, and Chet Kelly tells a special little boy about a twenty-five-year old incident involving a paramedic being bitten by a rattlesnake.

A Firefighter's Tears - The 7th story in the "Dances" series. A story centered around the fears a nine-year-old boy has for his firefighter father after the events of September 11th, 2001. 

Uncle Johnny Santa Claus - The 8th story in the "Dances" series. It's December of 2001, and Johnny's nine-year-old son, Trevor, is having a difficult time giving up past holiday traditions, including the belief in Santa Claus.  When Trevor and his father put together a very special Christmas surprise for Roy DeSoto, Trevor comes to understand the true meaning of Christmas, and the true meaning of a very old, and very dear, friendship.

Lost Years -  The 9th story in the "Dances" series.  See Lost Years cover page for an overview of this story.   

A Father's Love -  The 10th story in the "Dances" series. See A Father's Love cover page for an overview of this story.    

Portrait Of A Friendship The 11th and final story in the "Dances" series. See Portrait Of A Friendship cover page for an overview of this story.                 

 
(Dramas Set During the Station 51 Years)
 

This Old House - Part 1 - Chet buys a fixer-upper and enlists assistance from the men of Station 51.  An old house and one accident prone paramedic by the name of John Gage, can only spell trouble. 

This Old House - Part 2  - Chet's still fixing up that old house, and he's still enlisting help from his A-shift co-workers, and that accident prone paramedic who just can't seem to stay out of trouble. Or in this case, out of the hospital.

This Old House - Part 3 - Well, you'd think both Chet and Johnny would have learned by now, wouldn't you?  That's right, you guessed it.  Chet's house causes trouble for Johnny again.

The Accusation - John Gage is sent into a cave to rescue a trapped teenage girl. A subsequent cave-in results in Johnny and the girl being trapped together, and ultimately results in the girl accusing Johnny of rape.

The Accused - Johnny must defend himself in court for an incident he has no memory of as a result of a head injury.  Unfortunately, only Johnny's friends and close associates believe he's innocent of the charges brought against him by a 16-year-old girl.  The Accused is a continuation of The Accusation.

The Accuser - Johnny is put on leave from his job while he awaits trial.  Meanwhile, despite the injuries he's recovering from, he rescues two little boys from a pack of wild dogs, and in so doing causes a 16-year-old girl to realize she must come forward and right a very serious wrong.  The Accuser is a continuation of The Accusation and The Accused.

Party Plans - A missing scene from the aired episode, Virus.

The Wish - Johnny disappears late one night on his way home from his girlfriend's house on his new motorcycle. The police and the men of the Station 51 A-shift search for Johnny, but to no avail.  Only a young mentally disabled man named, Ricky, knows where Johnny is, but will Ricky give up his secret to his friend, Nurse Dixie, before time runs out for the injured Johnny?  The Wish is posted in 2 parts of approximately 50 pages each.

Lest We Forget - See the Lest We Forget cover page for a story overview.

Truth Or Dare - John Gage is furious when his best friend goes behind his back and gets him pulled off duty for medical reasons.  Johnny is put on leave for two weeks, and when Kelly Brackett allows him to return to his job, the first thing Johnny does is stop at Hank Stanley's home and request a transfer out of Station 51. Events then unfold that slowly but surely bring Johnny and Roy back together again, and then test Johnny's trust in the friend he thought he'd never trust again. Truth or Dare is posted in two parts of approximately 50 pages each.

The Sting Of Gossip - See the Sting Of Gossip cover page for a story overview.

 
(Humor)
 

If A Cow Could Laugh - a little light humor as inspired by questions only John Gage would ask.

Fat Chance - another round of questions only Johnny Gage would ask. 

Goosed - A story written for a two-hundred word story challenge.  Yes, Johnny can even get hurt in a two-hundred word story.