Days Inn Bellville
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... under renovation, but we still got to see them and could see how wonderful they were, using a little imagination - :) After that we wondered into the Mignanelli Piazza and had our first Pizza of the trip.
By this time, we are decidedly "pooped." We headed back to our hotel, all on foot, where thankfully our room was ready. After a nice, refreshing bath in the jacuzzi tub, a lovely nap was had. Then at 6 p.m. Roman time, we ...
Woke to rain but it had lessened to spitting when we hit the road. Went back into the Port area to have another look at the bridge to Canada. Left Port Huron via Marysville where we stopped at Meijer store where they advertise they have over 20,000 items for sale. It was huge and sold everything from household items, underwear, clothing for all the family as well as groceries. Join a big Woolies and Big W together and add some more to ...
... diverse it really is. We also enjoyed two beautiful weddings and loved being with friends and family. Our week in Texas was so special being with all of our children and grandchildren and their families. Traveling part of the time with our dear friends, Marge & Lee Rhoades, added so much to our adventures. This was truly a trip of a lifetime! Now we have to decide what's ...
... 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 ...