Sep 27, 2015
Spring 1999: Sharing the Muscle Bear
Travis actually worked as a carpenter -- he made good money building custom furniture for rich people. He was in his 40s, muscular, with a beard and a hairy chest, wearing overalls with no shirt.
He had two dogs, who greeted Joe enthusiastically, two cats, and a rabbit. Plus two pick up trucks, a wood shop, a refrigerator full of beer, and a living room with copies of Field and Stream on the coffee table. Just like my mother's relatives in Indiana, except he was gay.
I started having fantasies of those long, dark nights at the farmhouse outside Garrett, sitting on my Uncle Paul's lap or trying spying on Uncle Ed's "gun."
Although Joe and I hadn't discussed it on the way up, I naturally expected to "share."
The uncensored story is on Tales of West Hollywood.