I found out a short while ago he replied Devon had just told him that he was going back on the bus, that in response to Clancy's query as to how he is going home. Just then Debbie recollected, she did see that bus parked on the corner two or three blocks down the road on their way in but had no clue then (and no reason) of knowing that it had anything to do with her, with them.
You all are so sneaky she said, how could one hide a bus?
We did didn't we the answer came from several voices she couldn't decipher whose especially owing to the laughter which followed.
The party atmosphere seems to be continuing on the tour bus, but behind all that's left is Clancy and Debbie standing on the front door step looking on and waiving as the loaded tour bus pull away from the gate and off into the night lit dimly by street lights and a low hanging moon.
Clancy leaned up against the side rail over which he had almost fallen earlier that day, resting the round of his butt atop the rail he pulled Debbie in to himself placing both arms like ring-around her holding fingers to fingers just below the belly button slightly magnifying the round of her growing stomach, I think we're blessed he said as he leaned in and kissed her neck, Debbie angled her head up for more. With Clancy's long arms about her like a wool-a-hoop, she turned herself around to face her man properly reaching up her right hand she pulled his head down to her own reach, they kissed long and hard.
Shu, boy it sure is hot out here, did you check the air conditioning to see if it works she asked. It better be he said as he followed her inside. Its cooler inside here, everything works better on the inside he said as he turned and close the door behind them.
So that's the story for you right there: The Clancy story has now come to an end so for as it is written in the book "76, Clancy's journey, now avail. on Amazon/Kindle along with other books by this same author; E Lloyd Kelly. Go see The Author's Page on Amazon where you can purchase the books or even read for free, and while there, we would appreciate it a lot if you take a minute to write a short review on the page, thanks for joining us on this odyssey, and no; we're not done by a long shot, come back here and see what we are up to next.
Extra, extra: here's a little something extra for you from the Folks at; Onthisday.com, For this date in history; June 29
1236 - Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon took Cordoba in Spain.
1652 - Massachusetts declared itself an independent commonwealth.
1767 - The British Parliament approved the Townshend Revenue Acts. The acts imposed import duties on glass, lead, paint, paper and tea shipped to America.
1776 - The Virginia constitution was adopted and Patrick Henry was made governor.
1804 - Privates John Collins and Hugh Hall of the Lewis and Clark Expedition were found guilty by a court-martial consisting of members of the Corps of Discovery for getting drunk on duty. Collins received 100 lashes on his back and Hall received 50.
1897 - The Chicago Cubs scored 36 runs in a game against Louisville, setting a record for runs scored by a team in a single game.
1901 - The first edition of "Editor & Publisher" was issued.
1903 - The British government officially protested Belgian atrocities in the Congo.
1917 - The Ukraine proclaimed independence from Russia.
1925 - Marvin Pipkin filed for a patent for the frosted electric light bulb.
1926 - Fascists in Rome added an hour to the work day in an economic efficiency measure.
1941 - Joe DiMaggio got a base hit in his 42nd consecutive game. He broke George Sisler's record from 1922.
1946 - British authorities arrested more than 2,700 Jews in Palestine in an attempt to end alleged terrorism.
1953 - The Federal Highway Act authorized the construction of 42,500 miles of freeway from coast to coast.
1972 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the death penalty could constitute "cruel and unusual punishment." The ruling prompted states to revise their capital punishment laws.
1987 - Vincent Van Gogh’s "Le Pont de Trinquetaille" was bought for $20.4 million at an auction in London, England.
1998 - With negotiations on a new labor agreement at a standstill, the National Basketball Association (NBA) announced that a lockout would be imposed at midnight.
2011 - The state of Nevada passed the first law that permitted the operation of autonomous cars on public roads. The law went into effect on March 1, 2012 and did not permit the use of the cars to the general public. Google received the first self-driving vehicle license in the U.S. on May 4, 2012 in Nevada.