Friday, August 19, 2016


Following a sleep-in we went out for brunch to Tomahawk Restaurant, made famous for the fact that musician Bryan ADAMS was a dishwasher there.  That is not the only reason, the establishment has been there for many decades and has been handed down through the generations.  I suspect it will be around for a long time to come.
The Moto Guzzi grape-vine had swung in to full action and a complete rear drive was located in East Vancouver.  This was amazing as these parts are almost impossible to find. We could never have anticipated meeting such an eccentric character. We knew we'd arrived at the right place when we turned the corner and saw three Moto Guzzi's parked on the curb.  Soon after a mouldy (and I mean MOULDY) Chiang Jiang rocked in.  Looking at it you wouldn't expect it to work! 

Booth has a very industrious business making science fiction props for movies.  He showed us through a multitude of rooms all showcasing various elements of prop making.

But it was back to the purpose at hand (it was too easy to get distracted here) and a deal was struck for Booth's spare  rear drive. 
A very relaxing afternoon was spent back at Chris' home with much wine being consumed, much chatter and enjoying the views looking out over the river to the city.

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