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... great people inside, and they helped us with what they were able to and gave us some great conversation. We finally left town.....made it about 3 miles, and BOOOOM - thunder crack and downpour! We did manage to get the tent up in time, so it was a dry night for us.......and a bug bitten night also :( . Wednesday, July 09 2014 After an awesome sleep - thanks to the thunderstorms last night :), we hiked 11 miles to the St. Thomas Episcopal Church Hostel, Vernon ...
... night out but feeling sleepy from food. Need to stop starting nights out with big meals. Eatings cheating! Found a cool little park with a big arch like arc de triumphe and some performers with crowds. One band had about 5 different guitarists who seemed to be randomers along with a drummer and bongo drum. They played daft punk and had all the crowd going. Caught a taxi back to time square and found a cool little Irish rooftop bar for a drink, talking about ...
... over some local microbrewery beers. Met up with Henry Langston another one of Josh's friends who works for Vice as a photographer/presenter. He'd just got back from doing a stint in Ukraine and showed George and I some of the photos. Looks horrific. Had to catch the train back to Ramsey to stay at Nick's. We didn't leave enough time to catch our intended train. For a trip that should of taken an hour and a half ended up taking 2-3 hours after we missed a couple of ...
... the brake fluids and replaced them with new fluids. That seems to have fixed the "no brakes" problem. They thought that one of our ABS sensors was malfunctioning and that is why we continue to have the brake warning light but that can only be fixed by a Workhorse dealer and this repair place was not that. So...we can drive and be safe, but we need to ...
... reduce highway deaths by reducing speeding. I really think the name "speed limit" should be changed to "stop limit" as we all know we can drive faster than the posted limit safely. The issue is how fast can I stop should an obstacle or accident appear in front of me? Given the number of accidents, fatal and otherwise, not fast enough. As a biker, I try to travel in the empty space between the pockets of traffic since bikes stop faster than cars and cars stop faster than ...
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