He would quietly make certain that a bridge in Rockford got resurfaced with federal funds.
One day, word spread that the Rockford boys were coming to town.
A servant was already carrying their luggage—and cases of Rockford's beer—out of the helicopter.
There seemed to be genuine delight in Rockford's greeting as he hurried over.
Rockford came out of the cabin with his brief case and said to Val, "Are we ready to go?"
"And, in a way, it was," Rockford said when she was gone and they were in the cabin.
The change in the complexion of the population of Peoria, Rockford, and Springfield is not interesting.
There could be no possible shred of doubt—Rockford was insane!
He was up before Rockford the next morning, and went out into the bright sunlight.
Then she looked away and Val turned to Rockford and said, "I'm ready when you are, sir."