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... Let's get this straight; I was 100% in control, I never broke the speed limit and I drove very safely, but for Ian it was terrifying because he suddenly had a completely different perspective, one I’d had plenty of time to get used to on those lovely straight roads I mentioned, but he was having to figure out whether I was driving safely on twisting mountain roads that often boasted vertical drops… after one too many ...
... the moment I am laying in my tent moderately paranoid with 10 pounds of food in a bag at the bottom of my sleeping bag!!!!!!!!!!!!
If I die tonight, please publish this message! I love everybody I know, some people I love more than others, but your all great!
Anyways I don't think I'm gonna die because I took 2 big pre cautions, first I stuck the smelliest foods in the canister. But secondly and most important I saved up ...
... to sell you stuff. It also has muscle beach, weightlifting on the beach. Its where Arnie became famous from working out on that beach. There were so many different types of people walking around. We rented rollerblades one day which was fun we went from venice beach to santa monica beach, and as usual i fell over!! but right on my bum my back hurt for weeks after that :(
We met a guy in north hollywood about a van, we got the subway there. I was a little nervous but it was ...
... with the rest of the group half way to Mammoth. The back feels ok with the help of some percs (you can drive when taking those, right?), and a rolled up towel for lumbar support.
We cruise into Mammoth and unload our stuff at my friend Matt's house, and head to a Mexican restaurant to meet up with the rest of the gang - about 12 of us total, give or take. I lower the boom to the ...
... amazing sunset over the Pacific Ocean.
There's only a few things I don't like about SF, the steep hills everywhere, very exhausting, and the many homeless people. Apparently so many as a result of too much experimenting with LSD in the 60s and 70s. Definitely love the city though, it's so much more laid back than other American cities, even the cops are more relaxed (one a bit too relaxed and drove into someone's parked car). And they travel in style on their ...