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 ...
I think I have everything I need????? I just have to make some copies of the maps for the other guys. There should be 4 cars going. Three Model A's and one 54 Olds. We will be meeting at Parker's Lake Park in Plymouth. If all goes well we will on the road at ...
... Towards the end of the summer, it started dripping a bit of oil. I took it out of the car and opened it up to find the rear main bearing melted. The rear journal of the crankshaft was damaged. It was obvious to me that I had the clearance to tight and the bearing was starved of oil. This was the point where I learned the aluminum lined shells needed more clearance than the earlier babbitt lined shells. We had made a couple freeway ...
... barely spoke two sentences the entire evening. So we had to rely on ourselves to keep the conversation going. Thank goodness the wine was poured freely, but we didn't get the exclusive aquavit which I had expected. There were also three other couples and the "future cruises" sales woman at the table. We did not have a bad time, just not a very good one. And, since it was second sitting, we didn't leave the dining room until after 10:30, missing the farewell crew ...
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 ...