Regency Inn & Suites
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... boat all by themselves, so they were thrilled. Brian said the boat went in a lot of circles.
After all that activity, the boys, Marina, as well as mom and dad needed a nap. While we all napped, Brian and Diane prepared stuffed jalapeņo peppers and kabobs for dinner. Andee (Brian's sister) and family, as well as some of the Backes' friends, Margee and Ed, were coming over for dinner. Diane was so excited that her family from California came to visit ...
... Next stop, St Anthony Main and Stone Arch Bridge. We found a great parking spot, close to Tugg’s (where we were going to eat lunch) and the Stone Arch Bridge. Shannon and I swiped our debit cards into the meter and decided 2 hours would be enough time. Art climbed up, took down the single seat stroller, assembled it and then decided they should use the doublewide one so both Liam and Marina could sit. He climbed back up, puts away the single seat stroller, tosses down ...
... dragged around most of the morning. Diane made us tortillas with eggs for breakfast, Brian went to work, and Nick was playing with the kids. Sometime before noon, Nick fired up the pontoon boat and took us all for a ride around the lake. I passed out with Marina in my arms, and Shannon snapped an awful picture of me that she insisted was cute. I will include it with this post so that you can see how cruel she can really be. After the boat ride, I crashed on the couch, and ...
... get some miles on this engine to make sure all is good!
I am going to order a FSI electronic ignition distributor with automatic advance. Jean may need to do a little driving and she will struggle with understanding the required advance if I stay with the manual system. The head on the engine is very sensitive to the advance settings.
Update: The distributor arrived and it has to much advance. If I set it ...
... differences in cultures, demographics, economics and geography as we rode. To really feel the difference was so important. Riding on a motorcycle, not just seeing, but feeling the weather changes, smelling the different economic bases for the different areas (car exhaust to dusty feedlots), from inhaling dusty desert to the scent of pine, from concrete jungles to the ocean air, from passenger trains to coal trains to trains carrying shipping containers, from wealthy suburbs to ...