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... faulty Cisco box that gives us HD TV, and chatted with Time Warner by phone getting that all reset and working.
We had decorated for Christmas already, modestly, and then I cleaned up the patio with the shop vac, vacuumed out the barrel upholstered chairs that live outside all winter, very dusty, and as a reward we went up to the pool and chatted with Reg ...
... from one ear is a prominent single ear ring. I introduce myself and as soon as I utter 'David, could you...?' He took my racquet and examined it like it was a rare piece of art, almost looking in reverence at it. 'Wow, that's a beefy artifact you have there', he observes. He starts asking a series of questions: how long since I last played? how hard I hit? do I chip-and-charge? do I slice or power hit and - here's the kicker - where I last played tennis? I answer ...
... so we know where we are going and to help with the planning. The other significant purchase is a local mobile phone so we can call ahead to campsites for our trip.
We hadn't booked anywhere for tonight but were in search of civilisation - full hook up, showers, laundry and wifi. We find the Happy Traveller RV in Palm Springs which ticks all of the boxes, so we book in for two nights. Check us out being all ...
... the heat of the sand on my hands. After a gruelling hour or so, we made it to the top. This had to be harder than any hike or long distance I've ever done. Seriously! We thought the descent would be a cake walk so we started off running down. Our feet were buried by a foot of hot sand which each step. After the initial thrill, the tremendously hot sand started to burn around the ankles so much so that I yelled out ...
... a room in Las Vegas are as big as not finding any in the RLD. First night we stayed at the Mirage and the next two nights at the Mandarin Oriental. What a crazy bunch of people you find here, fantastic to watch Americans go nuts. Gambling was great fun, we won at roulette, but then the croupier ripped us off in a moment of euphoria. Appreciatively the floor manager saw to it that we got paid out in the end. We lost it all ...