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Strange, but good weekend. Our wacky friends Kenny and Jennifer came over for dinner Friday night. I made fajitas from this recipe and margaritas. The fajitas kicked ass. Saturday, work out at the club and a Spanish class with Ari. Sunday had another work out and a visit from Cassie's parents. We made Moscow Mules . You can read the history of the Moscow Mule here. Oh yeah, here's the recipe in Japanese. I studied Hiragana for a while. Then my old school mate and Baja Bug aficionado Charlie Ford called.


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