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... was great and the kids had a lot of fun playing.
The kids had a go on the bicycle powered merry-go-round. (Except Cam who decided he was too big.)
The kids were keen to have a go on the bounce houses erected, the two older boys had a go on the gauntlet one. Five minutes to go through as many times as they wanted, climbing, sliding and crawling through. By the time their time was up ...
All the kids wanted to do today was swim! It was a bit hotter today so we were happy to oblige.
We finally managed to get the three boys kitted out for the wedding, they are going to look quite dashing if I do say so myself :)
We went to a local park too to meet up with an old friend. Emma used to look after her kids when they were brand new (they are now teenagers, nearly adults!!!) Holly had her dog with her which was a big ...
... used to this sort of thing, asked him for a dollar in return. He had none of course, so I waved my wallet at him and got out a buck. He thanked me, gave his cup to the lady, after a bit more speech-impaired confusion of what he wanted, and got his water. While she was filling his cup, he slyly had the dollar around his back, stood in front of me, and made me take it from him. Alrighty then, I thought. The lady gives him the ...
... new place on 20th & I in Midtown Sacramento after falling in love with the city and wake scene here. Plus I can finally get stoned and jack of in the peaceful privacy of my own room! The first ejack almost blew a hole in the ceiling it was ridiculous! I just got my tattoo done by Aaron Ashworth in San Francisco so its all scabby and gross at the moment and not being able to wakeboard is ******* killing me. Living in sacramento is probably going to kill me, I'm a 5 minute bike ...
... so the crime is there as with any city. Aside from the rough neighborhoods no safety issues were prevalent. I did feel a lot of eyes on my camera when it came out of the bag, but the burn-out expats were just as guilty as the locals for scoping things out. Laura was questioned by a local (who had admittedly spent time in prison) on the contents of her bag while in Dangriga, but no overt hostile feelings were ever ...