Explorer Series Adventures of Wheelobie – Sahara Desert Mystery: Chapter 1
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- James Wheelobie: Once upon a time there was an explorer named James the Wheelobie. He was fast, smart and very handy with cars. He got his nickname, Wheelobie, because of his experience with cars and how he could ride the cars through any obstacle and any weather safely and beautifully.
- Brapstein: Was a 60-year-old geologist. He was wise and experienced but very slow. He had recently won a noble prize for his translation of ancient handwritten books.
- Brapstein’s only trustee was Wheelobie. They knew each other from years ago when Dr. Brapstein got in Wheelobie’s car during an Uber Ride.
Sahara Desert, Egypt.
Almost sunset. JAMES WHEELOBIE and DR. BRAPSTEIN are standing on top of a hole.
Stares at the sky. Wipes away the sweat off his face, looks at Dr. Brapstein.
Okay, doctor. It wasn’t here either. What should we do?
I think we should head back to the hotel and come back tomorrow, it’s almost getting dark.
I think so. Let’s go.
They open the door and sit in the car.
Wheelobie starts the car engine and pushes the gas to peddle, but the car doesn’t move.
Looks at JAMES worried.
Wheelobie, I think we’re stuck, what should we do?
“Doc, you get worried too much. You stay in the car, I’ll be back soon.”
Okay doctor, let’s get out of here.
Awesome, let’s go Wheelobie, I knew you can fix it.
Do we have any water Doc?
I don’t think so Wheelobie, why?
Our engine is getting really hot.
What should we do?
I think we need to stop and find water before going deeper into the desert.
Oh, I know where to go. Let’s go to the Tomb of Tut Ankh Amun.
Yes. I think that’s a great idea. But it’s getting dark doctor. Can you figure out the way in the dark too?
James, I have spent all my life in these deserts, of course I can find the tomb. Go this way.
Ay, Ay, Captain!
TO BE CONTINUED…