The group decided it would be smart idea to rent an aiga bus for the day and have it drive us around the island. It might have been one of our better ideas. New Guy's assistant at work has a brother who owns a bus. It is the Massacre Bay Express. We left Palagi Village around 11 am, which was basically on time for us - a surprise to all of us. Ed wanted to come with us, but we realized that none us were responsible enough to make sure Ed made it back to Palagi Village. However, Ed being the smartest dog in the world, would have been able to find her way back. We headed west, and started to pick up people. We had to stop at one point to reconfigure the coolers. We were quickly running out of space on the bus. Luckily Samoa Steve brought his own bottle opener - his mouth. ouch. By the end of the trip we had 30 people on the bus. Even Mr. Kava came back to Am Sam from the mainland to take part in the ride. Everyone had a blast on the bus. As you can see & hear.
On the westside we stopped for barbecue - it was outstanding.Due to our load, we were not able to make it up the hill on the westside. We turned around and headed east. We drove through the canneries - it was an especially stinky day. Nevertheless, we pulled through and made it to Tisa's Barefoot Bar.We spent a couple of hours at Tisa's. On the way back, the police pulled us over. We thought it was going to be jail for us - which would have been sort of funny since we had the entire Public Defender's Office and all but one of the Assistant Attorney Generals on the bus. However, the police simply told us to keep our beer cans inside the bus instead of hanging outside the windows. We stopped for pizza and ended our trip back at Palagi Village and New Guy's place where we burned stuff. Good times.