Disclaimer: For the protection of the innocent, the Triple E Drive in has entered into the witness protection program, hence the new name.
Pt 7: After the huge Murdo All School Reunion parade, MG took her cohorts
to the Triple AEIOU and sometimes Y drive in. She wanted to thank the people who carried the Murdo Girl banner, the ones who sat in the back seat of the now famous Jag throwing candy to the crowds and to the most careful driver ever. (The driver had to avoid masses of people trying to approach the car. They wouldn’t even step back after we threw candy at their heads!)
Anyway, MG bought us all something after the parade, something more valuable than burgers and fries, more delicious than onion rings and cokes. She bought us all milkshakes- any size we wanted –
any flavor we desired. (She quickly pointed out that she got a discount if we ordered size small and rhubarb flavor.) Lav said she was showering us with thank you gifts that MG bought with her Deadwood Casino winnings, so I knew she’d be very generous, with a capital G. After all, she had spent a small fortune on the candy we threw. This would be big, as in the size of her crown, which barely fit through the sunroof – BIG.
Then she had her picture taken with the “rhubarb shakes and sundaes” sign at the drive in and some of us joined in the photo op. We sure felt special and we were still flying high from memories of the parade and the yells and loud clapping as our group drove down Main Street with MG, except the magnificent banner people who walked. MG kept popping up through the roof of the car, a giant crown atop her giant…uhhh…beautiful head!
What a generous, kind gal! I hope the Coyote can fit it all on one page.