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At the fire station, we got to climb into the monster engines and try on a few of their uniforms and gear. We got a few lessons on fire safety, but I think we were too excited about all the toys that we had to play with. Even the teachers got right into it (by teachers, I mean me).
Early night for the big day tomorrow: Duluth. laser tag and the big football game. ...
... street and it's not actually a mall. Hahaha I just couldn't believe how wrong I was with so many things! Thankfully Minneapolis isn't as big as Chicago so I didn't feel too frazzled by all the mess ups I made. I just decided to walk down to whole foods market which was only 2 blocks down from the station! And I found some ice cream!!! Lemon and ginger sorbet!!! I enjoyed it so much that I forgot about the ginger in it and as I finished my last bite I realized my throat was on FIRE! ...
... on the dyno as they are not severe..rather light actually. The FSI distributor came with 30 degrees advance and a onset of timing advance of about 800 rpm. I could not get the engine to idle when I timed the engine to have the plugs fire 24 degrees BTDC when running at or above 2400 rpm. The engine put out more power when advanced further but I could not take a chance with having the timing to far advanced with the head I ...
Natalie and I are leaving for Southeast Asia tomorrow. Yes- that's right- tomorrow. Its time to roll up my clothes, get last minute items from the corner store, charge and update the electronics, and say my final goodbyes. I am in complete awe of how quickly the past months have flown by. They have been a great few months with friends, family, and soulmate but it ...
... we have that free time before departure.
Saturday morning, we rose at 4:00 am, dressed and gathered our things – a backpack and carry-on rolling bag each, plus Nile’s small suitcase with his Scottish clothing, his Kilt carrier tube, and a small electric ukulele. The sky was getting light as we walked across the empty parking lot to the International District light rail station to catch the 5:13. At the airport, we got rid of ...