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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... with the people who I love and who want to hear from me. I also hope to turn this into a scrapbook in the end that will enable me to look back at my freshman year and everything that has happened. Hopefully I will be diligent in filling it out and making sure that I record everything that is going on.
As of right now I am going into Northeastern as an honors student in the business program. Currently I have a management concentration but ...
... air flow and installed exhaust valve rotators. I tested the engine and had trouble right away with the rear main being to tight. The treatment process caused the journal to bearing clearances to be to tight. About this time, my insert supplier changed from Babbitt lined inserts to aluminum lining. The aluminum lining can be honed with the right equipment to adjust the bearing clearance. I ordered the small hones to do so and adjusted ...
... can return the favor when roles are reversed.
Well the trip is over but this blog entry is going to continue on a bit longer.
The final trip mileage is 9,214 as the odometer reads 65,859 as the car sits parked in the garage.
For the car guys and gals and as a matter of record for myself regarding the car...the repairs and many service stops along the way were ...
... that showed the least amount of tread. I went through the brakes and replaced the rear service brake shoe linings. The rest of the brake system looked good. I went around and checked every nut and bolt I could get to under the car to make sure they were tight. I changed the heavy oils in the transmission, differential and the overdrive and greased the running gear.
It is now about 6 weeks to our departure and I ...
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 ...