We were just cruising the streets of San Diego following the 'quake...
What do we have here?
Apparently, the abandoned house it's behind is an old brothel.
Following a bit of fence-sitting, we sprang into action.
Didn't take too long to empty.
This guy Jeff shreds. He introduced himself to me as we left, even though we've met several times before. Must have been the moustache and new summer hat I was wearing, much like a disguise kit. Come to think of it, he looks a bit 'Guess who?' himself.
Joey and Nick
It was like skating a wallride. Kilderry handled it fine. I used the knee excuse.
After that, we ended up going to Frankston, which was awesome. Good times driving stories with Joey and Ryan. Then I went to Joey's for pizza and beer. We had to do a beer run, handled with characteristic charm by Joey:
We had a get together at our place on Sunday. It was a pot luck, so everyone had to bring something to eat. The results were spectacular, delicious and a tad overwhelming.
This was frst course, featuring Luke G's lamington surprise, Joey's never fail corn chips and salsa, my baba ganoush, Marilyn's Italian stack, Prior's finely cut fruit salad, Corinne's sweet chilli salad and Tim's vegan spanakopita. Just a taste of what was on offer over the course of the evening.
A sheepish, back on board Joey and a food preparing Kat
Prior, repping Cock and Bull winery and his new glasses.
Luke G sampling one of his famous UK lamingtons.
Twelve bags deep posse
Pun masters, Benno and Tom
Zoe and Tom
A lively debate arose on the identity of this toy mushroom. Rochelle maintains it is a sting ray.
Ackroyd, Raynee (obscured), DVI, Mick (poor man's DVI), Tree and Rhys
Sarah made me a delicious cake and everything. They sang happy birthday, I mumbled a terrible speech and Prior finished it, thanking Sarah for me.
We kicked everyone out before midnight, being a 'school night' and everything. The next day, Sarah spoke to our neighbours and they said they didn't hear anything. Sweet, next time we should get some kegs and a band!
It was quite a gathering. Thanks to everyone who attended, sorry if I was a tad overwhelmed. Daylight saving is here, I say more pot lucks and bbq's all round.
Last week I went to Adelaide. On Wednesday, Anna and I drove up to Lobethal, which is best known as the town with the xmas lights. During the day, it has a great bakery and an assortment of scary stuff.
I found this quite frightening.
All the small bras had sold by the time we got to this shop.
We actually had to look into this and it wasn't as stupid as it sounds. With the Advertiser, you can never tell.
This peacock was in the scariest op-shop I've ever entered. Old testament music blaring, everything really expensive, weird woman at the desk.
The old Police station now hosts a 'Jailhouse rock' night. This is actually really cool! Actually, maybe it's scary too.