Fairfield Inn & Suites Ontario Mansfield
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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 ...
... size. There was even a bank inside the store. No need to go outside in the cold to do the different bits of shopping. Chibattas were available today too.
Was sunny when we left Marysville but 40 minutes later it was cloudy again. Took the freeway - 3 or 4 lanes each way into Detroit. Being Saturday, the traffic was not bad. Had a chance to drive around. Lots of road work in the city and some restorative work on buildings. ...
... 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 ...
... I needed to do to work with the bike rather than against it.
This made all the difference after lunch. We did leapfrog within the groups. I had no trouble hanging with my group of a GSX-R 1000, 1198S, and HP4. Properly applying the fundamentals of body position, everything started to flow. The tires started to work in the corners and a lot of the push went away.
As the day went on, I gained confidence in the bike, the ...
... can't recall the last "recreational activity" I was involved with that didn't have a waiver where the first line read, "You could die doing this activity". At the same time, I have always found the rewards of undertaking such endeavors to far outweigh the risks involved. Most of the time, simple sound judgement and common sense are all that is needed. Perhaps strongly following a few simple, fundamental rules as well.
That then ...