They said hurry up and add to this thread
Not one of them cared that I was half dead.
I’ve been to each store in old Cape Cod,
Clerks bow to me now not simply nod.
In Boston now I was in heaven
All the stores there were open ‘til seven.
Nan finally yelled, “Come on let’s go!”
She was off to the Cape, with me in tow.
In Pennsylvania the pace was slow
With buggies of Amish on the go.
I passed a field with farmer, plough and horse
I thought the horses were Clydesdales of course!
A horse is a horse, is a horse you see
To a city slicker such as me.
I was treated like family by Liz and her kin.
They fed me birthday cake and barbeque din-din.
She showed me the historical sties in her town,
As a tourist guide she is the best around.
Back to the Cape 8 hours on a bus
wondered why I made such a fuss?
Had I have known it was that far,
I’d rented me a driver and a fancy car!
Liz and I arrived to find Kit and Nan.
Hooray! Just girls and not a single man.
Pizza was ordered and laughter was shared,
Off with the bras, as no one cared.
Another day of shopping, hip, hip, hooray!
Hoot Owl arrives, hey what a bonus day.
Four days of girl talk, no male bashers here.
Thursday brings Isabelle, Sy and Balladeer.
Hoot at Nan’s has been so much fun,
When the rest arrive the circle is done.
Friends together, courtesy of Ron Carnell,
So thank you Ron this trip’s been swell!