a little dope and walk out in the air;
stars are all connected to the brain..."
to the Dollard Drive-In , Maggie in my car, Rob and Mish in
the Volvo. Saw 'American Graffiti'. Foster, Fred and Bob
[Fred's brother] were in the next car.
[the Drive-In had a fireworks show].
to the Mapes to sell oil (ha) with Dave.
to the Mapes with Dave. Got pissed (9 beers and 5 splifs).
[met a guy who tried to start a fight with me on November
26, 1970; Terry Dorcus. We joked about it]. Danny
got a new [yellow] Mustang.
weed, smoked on Maggie's water bed with her and Sheila
[visiting again?], Ralph and Danny.
1/4 ounce of hash. Foster , Fred, Sheila and Dave came over.
'The Birds' were on the late movie.
and Denis came over, fronted weed from Denis.
Gillian's , bought a nickel of weed. Dave, Ralph, Denis, Danny.
Smoked all day.
in the afternoon. Southern Comfort. Dave there.
and Ernie had gotten jobs working on a yacht, moored at the
Beaconsfield Yacht Club. Mish and Maggie would go with them.
We felt a bit left out, so]
Danny and I went to the boat club, worked with Rob and Ernie.
[This boat was big. Below deck were
living quarters, bar and stereo. It was powered, not a sailboat].
on the boat from 8 to 6 [oiled the
deck, painted (badly, with strokes in all directions) a small
ladder. The owner of the boat said to Rob later "he's
not much of painter, is he?" ]. Rob,
playing, hit Ernie in the chest with an electric drill. Ernie
was ok. The
boat was launched this day [though
not new ].
The words 'Remostrand' (meaning a splif),
carbontreader, copper magnet and Michelle's earlier 'Spouster'
became common (not in the general public, just among us),
also King Liverlips and Queen Blatterbox of the Urinated States.
Rediscovered 'Who's Next, as this was Rob's favourite music.
Mostly we'd hear it on 8-tracks in his Volvo.
guy who owned the boat let us use it for the evening]. Danny,
Sheila, Maggie, Ernie, Rob, Michelle and I. Had hash.
of another party around this time (one I was not present at)
have Maggie, topless, falling (or pushed) into Lake St Louis
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