“PASS me the worry cup,” James yelled to Peter as the driver shifted the gears and the PMV ascended the steep mountain near Goglme.
Having faithfully transported people over the rugged Gembogl road for many years age had caught up with the open back Toyota Land Cruiser and the possibility of brake failure or loss of steering had bothered James, Ken and Peter at the start of the trip.
However the boys were in high mood after imbibing the homebrew known as steam and now did not mind the vehicle’s condition anymore.
It was the end of term three and the boys were going to Bundi to spend the holidays there. They had been class mates since year nine and were now doing grade eleven in the same class at Rosary Secondary School.