Chapter Ninety-Three

Summer for Louise and Roger meant seeing a lot of the country in their midsize Silver Moon camper hitched to the back of Roger’s old Ford truck. They always packed a box of books and – after securing the Eileen Pulaski as a house sitter – they’d take off on the open road.

Mostly there was no plan. They crisscrossed the country like a mad tailor on a runaway sewing machine.Herc93

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