The fire engine roared up, two women firefighters jumped out, one hooked up a huge hose from the hydrant to the truck and started cranking open the hydrant valve. The hoses moved like snakes and when their drill was about done, one firefighter was out in the field sitting on the hose as it sprayed really high up into the air. All these little boys kept creeping one step closer, than another, until we actually ended up at the truck talking to the woman with "man arms" because she was so super buff. There was a guy with em with a stop watch, timing their drill, and they were so super nice, handing out stickers and plastic firefighter hats with which these Davis Fire Engines always seem equipped. At OP, it seems like there's always something going on!