by Doug NortonThe food is good, the company too
Unless you wanted to see Mr. MaGoo.
Over thirty folkses
all but Manny with coaches.
Jim K boiled his fluids
to show off the vaporlock trutheds
Many did not do a presentation
but Deo did a craft session.
The white elephant session had a blue hue
with stuff most definitely not new
Only one of the three off color gifts was a hit
and a face or two turned red a bit.
A newbies couple from San Jose parked by uses
and a couple with coil springs paid first time dues
If a bell doesn't ring you can shake it
If a word will not rhyme I can make it
But that will prove one not a poet
ask me why cause I know it
There is a big flea market or farmers market in the morning
a short walk from our places of mooring
The breakfasts have been rather fruit filled
but the BBQ stuff had our guts filled
I have a camera but no pictures
Perhaps Sharron can share with u hers
I might take shots of some coaches
and feeders at the morning eating sans roaches
This is a clean spot with a heated pool here
we failed to bring golf clubs or swim gear
We loved the chance to take naps
but the wind would blow off our sun caps
It was cool but not cold and great for sweatshirts
too many people only had teashirts
Full hookups are a bit of a bonus
and the trains close by were not onerous
Manny is a bit behind his promised timeline
due to a shock that tore up his breakline
My new hubler front end moved from Monday'
so I will come back to see him on Tuesday
On Wednesday I will join those much poorer
and will remember the pain in my sholder
If the install goes well with the front end
we can do our trip via South Bend
to see relatives north up Winnipeg
but we will burn oil by the megakeg.
The Wi fi here works quite well
but the speed that it has is not swell
No motors blew up on the way here
not much else would make a Jim K cheer
Jim came sans coach and just talked
Many was sans coach but stayed and watched
I am all out of ryhmes and getting tired
I keep your hours - thats nuts for those who are retired
Irene is doing well and she would enjoy life
a bit better if you were here with your wife.
The winds carry grass pollen and whats next
Is we will run out of Kleenex
I wrote a lot but the truth may be hidden
between lines if I was a poet real driven.
We had 33 folks if I counted right
with two kids with Bill Boulton who spent one night
two first timers and a Jim K who blew in and out
We had one SOB and it stood out
What more could I say without a doubt
I know my words have all run out
There you have it in a nut shell
But I regret I can not rhyme well