Traveling Truck

From: Mr Truck 
To: Sassy 
Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2013 2:09 PM
Subject: Hi
Hey there sexy! I’m still on the road but stopped long enough to find this very erotic les scene. Love the hot affectionate tongue kissing and especially love the long long long pussy eating scene. I like to pretend the blonde is my daughter and I’m watching her with her girlfriend, not having had ANY idea she was such an excellent pussy eater…
I bet YOU could eat pussy this well huh? Doesn’t the thought ever cross your mind? 😉
Hope all is well!
http://xhamster.com/movies/1905741/eufrat_loves_going_all_the_way_with_girls_hd.html
(13 minutes) 
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From: Sassy 
To: Mr Truck 
Sent: Monday, July 29, 2013 6:47 PM
Re: Hi
Hi Stan! 
Thanks for thinking of me!  Amazing undies they have on!  
It’s not my fantasy but who knows what could happen in the right situation? 
Hope your road days went well. 
I actually got away for a night – went up to the Lake Winnipesaukee area.  So pretty!  
Hugs with groping! 

 -S

Lake Winnipesaukee Day 2

Monday, July 29, 2013
[if you missed Day 1, pop back a day to read that first]

from my private journal
08:48 pm – Lake Winnipesaukee Day 2 
Hubby and I were in New Hampshire today! 
Breakfast
We got off to a slow start, not getting out of the hotel until right at the 11 am check-out time.  We went over to Kitchen Cravings again.

It was very quiet there – almost like a different restaurant!  We had four-top in the middle of the room, and were very moderate in our ordering.  I had “The Trainer” breakfast – 1 egg, 1 piece of bacon, 1 sausage, 1 piece of french toast, home fries and a side of kielbasa!  Hubby enjoyed the “Beefcake” with 6 oz filet mignon, 2 eggs, home fries and a grilled English muffin.

Exploring
Hubby wanted to explore an area near Andover that he’d visited with his dad many years ago, so we took off into the wilds along Route 11 through Tilton, Franklin, Wlimot, New London, Danbury, New Hampton… we saw beautiful lakes and coves around Lake Sunapee and Webster Lake, along with a lot of mountains and trees!  The weather was very odd.  For most of the day, we had sun to right of us, and sever thunderstorm clouds to the left!  We managed to stay in the sunshine most of the time.

Late lunch
We made our way along Rte 104 back to Meredith for a late lunch at the Town Docks Restaurant.  We sat on their deck on the second floor in a shady corner under a big umbrella with an amazing view of Lake Winnipesaukee!

I had my first ever cup of watermelon gazpacho!  I also ate some of Hubby’s lobster corn chowder..  We shared the corn fritters with remoulade sauce.  He had the ahi tuna.  He gave me half his corn on the cob and his watermelon slice.  I had the hot buttered lobster roll.  I ate the sweet fresh lobster claw meat but not the roll.

We were about half way through our entrees when the skies opened up with a massive thunderstorm.  The waitress led us inside and downstairs to a table inside.  We finished our food and stuck around until it was down to a drizzle then made a run for the car.  

Heading home in the hail
We set off for home at 4:15 pm but the next line of storms hit about 3 miles out of town.  I couldn’t see to drive, so I pulled over on the side of the road.  It got better, so I took off again.  Within five minutes, we were being pelted by the biggest hail I’ve ever seen!  We pulled off into the Meredith Trading post, along with about 8 other cars.  We waited for it to stop hailing, then made a dash for the post.  It was a very classy shop with leather goods, moccasins and boots, Stetson hats and then a room of very touristy kitsch!  I got a fun fridge magnet of Wolfeboro.  We made a quick pit stop at the convenience store right before Rte 93, then sailed all the way home in less than two hours! 

One last burger 
We decided to extend our vacation for a few more moments, picking up burgers from the Burger Dive at Assembly Square.  They have the wackiest “Burger Car!’

So we’re home safe and sound and amazing refreshed after 36 hours away!

Lake Winnipesaukee Day 1

Sunday, July 28, 2013 

from my private journal

Lake Winnipesaukee Day 1
Hubby and I drove up to Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire today!  
In order to beat the traffic and have breakfast at around our normal time, we tried to leave home by 7 am.  We actually got on the road about 8 am.  It was a gray day at home, but as soon as we got into NH the sun came out!  There was very little traffic.  Note to self – eat a little bit before driving all that way!  
Breakfast
We made it to Laconia in less than 2 hours and got in line at Kitchen Cravings in Gilford at 9:45 am.  We were famished but agreed to wait 30 minutes for a table.  Thankfully, they seated us in 15 minutes!  We had a 4-top in the middle of the dining room.  We had a very perky waitress.  Hubby had the Bomber Breakfast with eggs, ham, bacon, sausage, baked beans, home fries and french toast made out of Portuguese sweet bread!  I ordered The Tale of Three Lobsters which got me, yes, three lobster tales with butter, cole slaw and warm German potato salad.  I also ordered a unicycle – the cinnimon bun flattened, dipped in french toast batter and fried.  It was way too much food, so we each ditched most of the sides and focused on the main entree.  Washed down with fresh OJ, it was divine!  If you’re ever anywhere near Laconia, be sure to stop in – everything is amazingly delicious and inexpensive!  Take a jacket – this is the coldest spot around.  I don’t usually notice a/c, but it was about 60 degrees in there! 

Weirs Beach

We rolled over the Weirs Beach Boardwalk.

I got my right hand henna’d.  Chris (a guy) painstakingly drew a free-hand design of circles and vines and dots.

We checked out the “2 for $10” t-shirt shop but didn’t find anything, and considered a boat cruise but decided against it because it was very hot and sunny, and we’d have to wait outside and broil before the next boat.  

Kellerhaus
We drove along the scenic route up to Watson Road to Kellerhaus, the amazing ice cream, candy and gifts shop.  We were very moderate, only buying a few chocolates.  
Circumnavigation 
We decided to drive around the lake, see the northern and eastern shores we’ve never visited.  If anyone asks, I didn’t think it was worth doing.  It’s mostly just 2-lane highway through the woods, not many views of the shore, with a few odd outposts along the way.  And the clouds settled in about half way around, so that added to the blah factor.  
Late lunch
We ended up in Wolfeboro, a nifty little town that reminds me of Rockport.  We got the best table in the house for a late lunch at Garwood’s – the corner table overlooking the Lake.

We had a great view of the harbor and the lake and the mountains!  We had a charming waitress named Savannah.  Hubby ordered the French Onion soup and an colorful concoction called “Mexico Seafood Cocktail” which was a spicy ceviche with brightly colored chips served in a parfait glass!

I had the classic clam chowder – one of the most delicious creamy renditions I’ve ever tasted!

My entree was a fabulous pasta with gemelli, garlic shrimp. chorizo and mozzarella in a dill butter sauce!

We were charmed by a couple from South Carolina at the next table who were on a bus tour. She sat down and declared a beautiful drawl, “I’m going to have a Co-cola and then I’m going to get a real drink!’  She savored a beautiful glass of rose.

The waiter brought out a tray of the desserts to tempt you mightily, but I resisted! 

We ducked into Yum Yum Cafe next door to check on their confections – chocolates, cookies, donuts, gingerbread people and ice cream – but I resisted there as well.  Hubby was worn out and went back to the car, but I managed to stroll up one side of the main street and down the other, despite my left foot complaining bitterly.  I keep thinking I’m over the plantar fasciitis, but no.
We continue along the southern side of the lake, through the beautiful Alton Bay and up past the other places we’ve stayed on previous trips.
The hotel 
We checked in at The Margate Resort, just around the corner from the Shaw’s, directly on the lake.  It is a huge complex with four buildings of rooms, including an underground tunnel from the lakeside building to the main building!  We hauled our stuff to the room, 523 on the second floor, with a European balcony overlooking the lake.

Hubby took a nap while I got on to the wifi easily, uploaded and captioned photos.  The one thing I don’t like about this region is the lack of cell phone towers.  I had no connectivity all day!  Ugh.  

We took off exploring the hotel, talked to the ducks at the beach and checked out the gazebo bar, then went through the tunnel to the main building to find the pool.  It has the biggest jacuzzi I’ve ever seen – an elevated square that could seat 12 people!

Late supper 
We sat in the lobby looking at menus, and Hubby decided we should stroll down the road to the China Bistro.  I was oddly not hungry and it was raining a bit, but I went along.  The place was empty and there were no staff in sight.  Strange!  We finally found the owner returning from the kitchen with a bunch of take-outs orders.  He seated us at a spacious booth.  
The waitress mixed up our drink order – giving us regular pina coladas rather than the virgin version we requested.  Luckily Hubby tried his first, so we could get another set.  I ordered a small egg drop soup and the fried bacon with scallops appetizers.  He tried their eggs rolls and Hot & sour soup. I’m not sure why, but I had the feeling the food was not properly cooked and I was going to be ill if I ate much of it.  I had a few spoonfuls of the huge bowl of soup, and a couple of scallops and declared myself full, which I was.  There was a mix up with the entree we ordered so we waited for them to fix another one, and carted it back to the the hotel.  
So we’re hanging out, enjoying the a/c and the wifi and being AWAY!  
Hope you had a great Sunday!  We certainly did!

Australian Meat Pies

Friday, July 26, 2013
11:46pm
Where did this day go?  It was quiet until we went to East Boston to eat Australian meat pies with project peeps!  Hope your weekend is off to a good start.

sticky spareribs in hoisin sauce, 
a “pie floater” with a lamb shank pot pie topped with garlic mash, 
mushy minty peas and gravy, 
a sausage roll, 
a beef stew pot pie and 
the salad special with asparagus, spinach and cheese 
@KO Pies in East Boston!
12:29am Phil
Saw the beach boys tonight! Fantastic!!
12:36am Phil
They sound better than ever. Huge crowd up dancing and singing all night! Such fun.

FFF Entrance

Happy Flash Fiction Friday!  It’s time once again to check out the photo Advizor54 posted to inspire us to write a short sexy something to share.  Pop over to his blog to see what he and other salacious sexy bloggers saw and leave comments!  My take is below.  Enjoy!

Here’s this week’s challenge:

Keywords: entrance or exit, but not both.
Forbidden words: blindfold, slave, slut
Bonus words: tell us about your first experience with a blindfold or sensory deprivation.
Extra credit: put more than two people in the room, but don’t let the extras touch.
Word count: 150 words from her perspective and 150 from another

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She paused for a moment and the camera clicked as she made her grand entrance through the French doors.  She heard an appreciative sigh from the cameraman and her co-star’s gasp.  She fought back her nerves.  When she saw the lingerie laid out in the dressing room, she wondered where the rest of it was!  But that was the way this film was going be.  The costume people had outdone themselves – this get-up was sure to get the tabloid rumors flying.  There had been wild speculation about who would play the part, but she had landed it!  These were the first images to be released.  They’d played at disguising her, to let people guess for a day or so, then the big reveal of her name would be announced, and the trailer would debut.  There would be interviews on the top talk shows.  Whee!  Her life would never be the same.  

He couldn’t help but gasp when she made her entrance.  She was the entire package they promised when he signed for this role – a classic beauty, enhanced by the wizards in hair and makeup… but he couldn’t take his eyes off her perky nipples and landing strip!  He was going to touch her in both places!  He was supposed to be working but he couldn’t help stiffening.  He’d get that under control soon, but for now he could use it to make the promo photos more interesting.  A bulge would perk up this blasted boring suit and tie they’d stuffed him into.  He couldn’t wait for them to get on with shooting the more intimate scenes so he could get out of the formal threads.  They’d only scratched the surface for the trailer, but best was coming up soon.  His life would never be the same.

“Fifty Shades of Grey” trailer

Thursday off

Thursday, July 25, 2013
2:18pm
Hiya kid!  I’m off work until Tuesday!  Off to a slow start today… heading out for breakfast and then a another project tonight!  Whee!  Should be good for some laughs!  Have a great Thursday!
5:53 pm

Green lava maki with eel, mango, scallop, crabstick, cucumber baked with spicy sauce
 @ Yoshi’s, Somerville
6:32pm Phil
Cool! Have fun!  Busy, busy here!