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... one by instinct and followed it. Down a little ways we happened upon a sign that said "path way closed due to landslide". The plastic fence was gently pushed aside by past explorers so we went pass the sign and continued on. There were wooden stairs made into the hill that we followed. We could tell the path had not been kept up on for a couple years but we made our way through it anyway. There were other couples who had followed doing the same thing so we figured ...
... had all the necessary know how and toolage to make the part we needed to adapt the new fuel pump to make it fit.
Now what were the chances of that?
Jakob and Korinna were mega stars. Nick and Jakob rolled about on the garage floor under CAT doing the necessary, while I was entertained by Korinna.
"We want to take you to dinner and you will stay the night, yes?"
Nick looked at me, unsure.
"That sounds just ...
... nearby would bring it out on her way home. After swapping vehicles I headed back into Eastbourne for dinner at a pretty good restaurant called the Hidden Cellar. It was a little off the beaten path, and there was almost nobody else in the restaurant, but the food was great.
All in all, a good day. Tomorrow’s still supposed to have rain, so I may just stay in and do some reading from the top of the ...
We wake up to a gloriously sunny day – a great day to go to the beach, so off we go to Brighton. And its a wonderful drive down – blue skies, warm breezes, and sunshine all the way, the green and verdant hills gently rolling infront of us; the roses glowing in the sunlight; children happily playing in the little gurgling streams; temps up in the mid 20's – just the way summer is supposed to be. Until we come down off the hills to the outskirts ...
... could sit and he could eat. The gardens are very green. Starr said that the trees and flowers are usually in bloom by now, but were late because of the cold spring. We walked along the garden paths when Chris finished his sandwich. We stopped to watch a squirrel digging for nuts. Chris gave him several pieces of his cookie which made them friends forever! The interaction was hilarious!
Starr decided to lead us through the arts district ...