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Date Posted: 09:53:05 04/22/14 Tue
Author: Robert, FC 73'
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Subject: The Easter Bunny came to Ambler

Hi Craige & Howie,

The Easter Bunny (Eric) arrived in Ambler by train on Saturday night. It was wonderful to see my old friend, he has aged very little and looks great. I had a home made Easter dinner waiting for him (baked ham with sliced cinnamon apples, twiced baked potatoes and baby carrots glazed in a B&B and butter sauce).

We told each other stories of our past adventures for hours while drinking mugs of Irish coffee. Around 2:30am we watched the F1 race from China. This was Eric's first time watching Formual One racing. It was fitting that Louis Hamilton won the race.

On Sunday, Eric and I watched and listened to a Miles Davis DVD that Eric brought me as a gift. I showed him pictures of my family and different projects that I have worked on. In the afternoon we drove up to my favorite tavern in Teford for a couple of beers. Eric got to meet some of my local friends and afterwards we went over to my design studio where I'll be putting the Lotus 7 back together.

(Howie, unfortunately my Lotus 7 will not be road worthy by Mid-May when I travel to New Hamshire. I invited Eric to join me on my up-coming trip, but he can not get time off for several months).

Story telling continued all day and into the night. Eric is truly a world traveler and has had much success in the broadcast industry in different countries. He had been living and working in Australia for sevral years. He returned to the United States a few months ago to work as the Chief Editor for an independent radio/televison station in New York City.

Around noon on Monday I drove Eic to the Ambler train station so he could catch a train to Philly and then one back to New York. It was a great visit and I plan to see him soon in New York City.

(Craig, I fully understand family commitments. Hopefully we can get togather for that pint real soon, maybe at Spring House Tavern).

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