After Kevan left, the French Twist departed and then John too, left us. :sad Now it was just the Three Musketeers and the rest of the day to occupy ourselves with important desert things. The Suzuki Bandit will go anywhere and so, I took it off road for about 5 miles of gravel. My intrepid friends find off-road riding a pleasure - since they are set up for it & they have a lot of practice. We couldn't make it to Chicago, so we went to the Chidago Canyon petroglyphs instead. Desert Flowers! Then we went an ate at a Chinese place in Bishop, shopped for steaks - two nights in a row! And we got some sweet corn that was quite tasty. Rob provided the fireworks for the closing night. I told them about "I Am the God of Hellfire and I Bring You Fire" by The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, but you know hardly anybody knows about that song anymore. It was a pleasant last night - we soaked, we talked we burned up some left-over accelerants.