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... at the dealership again. (I seem to be using "again" quite frequently.) She let us do a more acquainted look through the ACE, the smaller coach. We had watched an in-depth video from the Thor company last eve and knew much more about it and what to look for.
Then, we took it for a short test drive. Comments: The Goodyear RV tires have great traction in the deep snow of the RV lot. The coach has great power: 362HP, 457 Ft.Lbs. of torque. It ...
... folks did.
We've been continuing to get our exercise in the neighborhood with and without Madison. I find that if I get three or four miles of walking four or five times a week, that I can do pretty well at maintaining my weight. The weather in the Damp Zone never got so bad that this was not possible. I particularly like walking during workdays when guys from the Trades are building on the new houses. They are ...
... sabbatical between jobs. The officer also didn’t flinch when I declared my bear spray that I had acquired while in Canada…thus confirming my personal opinion that Canadian border agents are apparently trained to guard against the fact that they believe that all Americans are probably transporting guns or other potential weapons but they don’t have any issue with travelers on extended holiday, while American border agents apparently have ...
... started seizing a few times, which is harrowing on those small roads. We arrived in town just about 3:30, got gas and headed down the road on Route 99. It's a very narrow track that ended and turned to gravel. We were down at river level and began to climb on the gravel road, climbing into the hills. At certain points, the road narrowed to one lane with a couple hundred feet drop off to one side. Tristan was driving. The steering column was cracking ...
I took my time as I made my way down to the water. There was plenty of time between transition closing and the start of the race at 6:35am, so there was no need to rush. I got my thermal cap and race cap situated, goggles on, then waded into the water. It felt so good to get in the water and move around. It calmed me a lot. I was surprised by the number of people who didn't get in the water at all before the swim. I swam for probably 10 minutes or so, then seeded myself with ...
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