Lexington Inn & Suites - New Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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Day 11 - Hutchinson to New Prague
What a great day! And how great it is to be able to say that! We so enjoyed our overnight with Leah in Hutchinson, seeing Abby & Ryan and their kids, and meeting Aileen and Josh, and then lots of visiting with Leah. Such hospitality!
We all got up about 7 and Leah had already fed the girls some cereal while Becca went for a 3 ½ mile run (at a sub-9 minute/mile pace!). The rest of us ...
... on the tables. There were small diamonds, flickering candles, and antique framed lithographs of Paris scenes with gay men and women in their finery enjoying the sights. The patio and porch was such a lovely setting for the lunch. We were not in the sun, but it lit the scene before us in beauty. After lunch, we strolled downtown to the water, but the concert was over. We walked back to the Inn, stopping along the way to browse ...
... on this rear main and ran it. It ran well and I put it away for the winter.
Note: The radial markings you may see on the bearings are from the honing process. A polished mark (shiny spot) is the sign of crankshaft marking.
Second modification Spring of 2012:
I installed a cast iron Lion Speed Head lll with the special graphite head gasket they sell for it and installed a Stipe .340 touring cam. I put it back together and ...
... went deadly quiet and the thunder and lightning and heavy rain started. I actually got up and opened up the curtains to watch the lightning (and maybe a little bit of me was watching for a funnel cloud). And, I had to watch out for my head of 30 cattle to be sure they were okay - which turned out to be pretty easy since the sky's were going to daylight several times per minute. I was almost ready to go into the shelter they have buiilt out here (and, oh by the way, ...
Our story: I grew up next door to an elderly gentleman, August Scheffler, who owned an old Ford Model A Pickup. He picked me up a few times when I was 8 years old with the old truck and we would go fishing. We would stop at a little rural gas station en-route and purchase one bottle of Orange Crush to wash down the sandwiches his wife Dorthy would pack for us. I watched him putt down the long farm driveway ...