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Our Italian adventure (our Honeymoon) began the 15th day of September, 2014. Mike and I drove to Columbus Airport, leaving Bucyrus at 8:00 a.m. We got to the Airport plenty early, so we ate breakfast at the Buckeye Hall of Fame Cafe, When we checked in for our flight, wouldn't you know Mike was TSA approved, but not "moi"! Our flight left on time at 12:26 p.m. taking us to Atlanta, where we picked up Alitalia to Rome. We had only a ...
... was about 2 storeys high. The wheels were as high as me. Had lunch in a park which was surrounded by small houses which looked as though they could have been workers houses.
Went to Toledo again by freeway.The speed limit is 70 mph but not many cars stick to it. The road surface is often concrete with cuts in it which mads an awful sound and tend to make the car wobble.
From Toledo we went onto smaller highway ...
Left Tomah Wisconsin early this morning knowing we had another long day of driving. Goal was to get home around 8:00 PM and we made it right on the dot! It felt good to walk into the house. It did not feel like we had been gone for 40 days! Speedometer says we traveled 10,000 miles! WOW! We sure saw many, many wonderful sights. Makes us so appreciative of this great country ...
... was interesting to say the least.
Same thing in the third session, though I felt I was starting to get a feel for the bike and the track. I was still bringing too much speed into 13, being ******* the brakes and then not letting the bike turn in. Also not using my body to maximize the turning potential of the bike.
Nate pointed out my lack of body position during the lunch break and gave me a very good stand up tutorial ...
... technique. Bad technique is much like a bad foundation, eventually the house is going to collapse given enough stress.
Mastering the proper technique is something that requires tens of thousands if repetitions. There is no replacement for hardwork and diligent practice.
That ethos coupled with a willingness to take calculated risks is what allows a guy like Nate to win championships with bikes (back in the boxer days) that ...