In this 4,800-word short story, Homer, a widowed, small-town Okie, abandons his safe, dull life and takes off across country in his new RV where he meets this... well... hitchhiker "girl." He shakes his head: "Aw, a girl can't do no harm." And the adventure begins.
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About the Author
Casey Robb’s poetry has won numerous awards. Her fiction has appeared in Menda City Review, Fiction on the Web, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, The Foundling Review, and The Literary Nest, and is forthcoming in Kaleidoscope. Her website is at: www.pikapawpress.com. Casey's careers have included physical therapy and civil engineering. She is a Texan who lives in Northern California with her two adopted daughters.