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Alaska Midnight Sun – June 20, 2011

Nina is our fearless leader
She’s the leader of this clan
Although she’s few in numbers
She’s the finest in the land
She’s planned this awesome holiday
And never missed a thing
She talks and reads and jokes with us
And even lets us sing.

Now dear Browne he drives this purple coach
And makes us leave on time
Up and down the road he goes, turning on a dime
He looks so handsome in his tie
And so the coach does too
Carrying bags of red and black and green and blue
Everybody wants to say:
“Good job Browne”
“Good job Nina”
It’s been a wonderful holiday and we all love you so
Thank you both for everything; home we must go.

This trip we all attest
That when we have Nina and Browne
We have the best!!

Thanks for the memories.

Composed by: Alex and Valerie Jarema and Ernie and Pat Gawaziuk, Neepawa, MB

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Arizona, Desert and Canyons – February 2010

Nagel Tours is a very good organization
The kind people at their administration
Sent us a catalogue with lots of information
We looked each other and without hesitation
We felt swelling up within us a great sensation
That we might actually go on a vacation
So with determination, we phoned in our registration
And with little negotiation, we received our confirmation
For this trip and started to make preparation
With great anticipation, Lacombe was the location
Where we got on the coach, which is our transportation
After we were all on board, Judy gives the declaration
That we have to abide by certain regulation
Working on a book we get the invitation to use our imagination
Getting to know each other is quite a fascination
With average age of 66 years – 10 months, travelling with us is now
A younger generation, together we make a good combination
With lots of consideration and cooperation
Our communication makes for good conversation
And is a demonstration of our motivation and expectation
Participation is the foundation and gives us real inspiration
We visit many places and get an explanation and clarification
At many a destination
Even being sick, after an examination getting medication
Helps to make this trip a total gratification
And I would like to make the following proclamation:
Judy, for you we have great adoration
And Dennis you have our admiration
Together you show a special dedication
And for all of you we have tremendous appreciation
Therefore we have this great celebration
Let us give Judy and Dennis a standing ovation

Composed by: Gerrit and Dorothy Meindersma, Lacombe, AB

Branson Show Tour – November 2017

On the Big Magenta Coach

Marge and Nancy
On a coach trip did go
Off to Branson
To see many a show

As we travelled through Alberta
We picked up folks here and there
Then into Saskatchewan
Folks came from everywhere

Bea was the Boss ma’am
Told us what to do
Eric was the driver
As over the miles we flew

Bea kept the men busy
Putting up Christmas lights
Us gals put decals on the window
It was a pretty sight

The weather was rather gloomy
As we travelled down the road
But Bea kept us busy
As the miles did unfold

We played games along the way
Chicken House was one such game
We switched seats and got acquainted
Then tried to remember everybody’s name

Another day Bea had us counting cows
And horses, sheep and mules
If anyone outside the bus had heard
They would think we are crazy fools

We played many games of Bingo
As we sped along the miles
Only the ones who yelled Bingo
Were wearing the happy smiles

We had lunch breaks and pit stops
All along the way
And in between Bea gave us
More games to play

At the Country Inn in Watertown
There was no place new to eat
So Bea ordered in pizza
It was a special treat

The Cracker Barrel and Golden Corral
Are unique in their own way
I think our clothes have shrunk
We need exercise wouldn’t you say

At the Kick Back in Drury Inn
There was plenty there to eat
And it was free
So that was really neat

The Branson Belle glided smoothly along
As we all sat down to dine
The entertainment was interesting
The experience was certainly fine

At the Osceola Cheese Outlet
There was lots of cheese to try
And at the Sergeant Floyd Museum
There was a ship from years gone by

We gazed at the art
In the Terry Redlin Gallery
The details and depth
Was amazing to see

The Fantastic Caverns
Certainly were great
The interesting formations
That the mighty water did make

There were places to shop
At the gift shops at the mall
People wanted to shop
Bea was one of them I recall

Finally we got to Branson
For our four night stay
Bea kept us on the run
It was go go every day

The Million Dollar Quartet
With Elvis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash
And that Jerry Lee Lewis
He sure gave that piano a bash

Clay Cooper put on an excellent show
To honour the veterans this November
It was so very emotional
I’m sure we will all remember

The Brett Family together
Seem to have so much fun
Especially the comedian
Good laughs for everyone

At the Silver Dollar City Theme Park
The thousands of lights were a treat
Then the parade was short and cute
The floats were pretty neat

Daniel O’Donnell
Did perform for us
Even though he had been
In hospital with bronchitis

So we shopped at the Mall of America
And rode on our big magenta bus
When we got out of hand
Bea made all the fuss

It’s been a great trip
Long bus ride and all
But we made lots of memories
Lots of memories to recall

So thanks to Bea and Eric
Thanks to everyone
Keep on travelling
Keep on having fun

Composed by: Nancy Giem, Red Deer, AB

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Branson Show Tour – November 2017


Thanks for the memories
From Eric and from Bea
There was so much to see
From art work and the caves
On roads that all were paved
We thank you so much

Thanks for the memories
For Presley’s and their skits
And shows that all were hits
The magician on the show boat stage
Where diners turned another page
How lovely it was

Thanks for the Memories
Many’s the time that we feasted
Oh it was swell while it lasted
We did have fun and no harm done
Without ever seeing the sun
We thank you so much

Thanks for the memories
Of Silver Dollar City
Not enough time what a pity
More eating and shows
Train rides, and on it goes
Bright lights galore why ask for more
We thank you so much

Composed by: Betty Shorten and Jean McGill

British Columbia Circle – Inside Passage and Skeena Train – September 2011

Wakeup call today is at 7 o’clock
It may come to you as quite a shock
Brush your teeth and comb your hair
Soon we’re on the road without a care

Nina, our guide, so full of knowledge
I wonder where she went to college
Walking the aisle she counts one and all
There’s never a need to shout or call

Say good morning and climb aboard the bus
Our driver Kenny we have learned to trust
The day is warm and the sun is bright
There’s never a need to miss any great sight

The range of mountains is always in view
High walls and deep valley are scary too
The rushing rivers and crevices so deep
I’m sure that no one nods off to sleep

Soon we are close to the ocean so wide
I want to keep someone close to my side
This was the first week in early September
I know it’s a time we’ll always remember

Composed by: Barb and Lloyd Gonie, Pierceland, SK

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