ResortQuest Wildflower at Sun Valley
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... at Townsend would give me the chance to talk with Rotax experts about the issue as I'd see Tracy and Neil again. Both have many years experience with Rans and Rotax. They didn't like the high oil pressure either. We ordered new parts for the oil pressure relief ball replacement and did a very thorough oil change and tank cleaning. They also use Sea Foam instead of Decalin for scavenging the lead out of ...
... and turns were enjoyable all afternoon especially as the temperature had begun to rise into the 80's.
As we began to close in on Ketchum/Sun Valley and get closer to the hotel, the mountains on both sides began to converge, and it became apparent that we would need to cross over the mountains to get to Ketchum/Sun Valley. Sure enough, the road began to move away from the creek, and began to rise. After a ...
... out of the rock walls. We went into a National Fish Hatchery in the area and after walking around the beautiful grounds and we found all the fish had been released so we returned to the truck. Before we could start the engine one of the hatchery employees came out and said he would be glad to give a tour of what they were doing this time of year, just so he could get away from his computer report. He gave us a private tour of ...
... was about 10 minutes of winding, curving uphill (with barriers) and 10 more of the same going down. The engine was 'cool' with it, as it should be, but I'm sure my BP spiked considerably.
Next stop was Ketchum which serves Sun Valley. Some very expensive homes ...
... found a great spot right on the Green River, unhooked the tracker and headed to the race.
Fifteen minutes later my joy quickly faded as I learned that we were too late. The racing was underway and they were not allowing any more spectators in. We were so close that I could hear the horsepower echo off the canyons, yet too far too see a damn thing. After trying every scam possible to talk my way in, I finally conceded defeat and ...