Lexington Inn & Suites - New Prague
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the experimental engine. I did not have a dyno yet so I could only judge the difference between the two engines by "the seat of my pants". I should note...the "Trusty" engine has never failed to bring me home. I have driven this engine hard many times...and I have never had the pan off the engine since it was built up about 11 years ago. I have complete trust in this engine.
First modification In the late Fall of 2011:
... test engine to see if the shudder sensation I feel is harmonic alone or a combination of harmonic and pre-ignition and if it is at least equal to what I feel in "Trusty". Jean and I have one more event this Fall...it being our Club's "Great Northern Tour" and I do not have time to make any changes to the car before the trip. Engine work accumulated while I was on the road and there are people waiting for engines.
Today is day 20 of our journey! We are starting out from Sioux City, SD on our way to Minnesota. Elko New Market is the name of the town. Small but charming! The moment we got here (at 4:00 p.m) we were greeted to a monster squall and sirens on the TV to let us know that we were in a tornado warning! Oh great! But, as luck would have it, after our brief squall out comes the sun and no tornados or even much thunder or lightning. Thanks for the thunderous welcome!
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 ...
... We had passed the halfway point of our journey.
Day seven was a character builder. Sunny and hot for a long ride into Amarillo. Another challenge, a mild desert. We met the challenge...sweat soaked and exhausted. Our reward was a Limo ride to dinner at the Big Texan. Texas is big...nothing but wide open ranges and heat. Beer coolers in convenience stores were a welcome sight! Pouring water over our heads and downing gatorade and other fluids. Lisa had bought some kind of ...