Surrey Inn Hotel
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... just missed the hurricane coming in from the Pacific...we went from temps in the mid 90s and 90+ humidity to low 60s and low 40s last night...burr. Just what I expected for Ohio. Where'd summer go?
I know a ton of mail is awaiting for us and Richard will pick it up tomorrow. It was nice to be back in our own bed...but I sure miss those good cooks & our cabin steward! We are now back to ...
... size. There was even a bank inside the store. No need to go outside in the cold to do the different bits of shopping. Chibattas were available today too.
Was sunny when we left Marysville but 40 minutes later it was cloudy again. Took the freeway - 3 or 4 lanes each way into Detroit. Being Saturday, the traffic was not bad. Had a chance to drive around. Lots of road work in the city and some restorative work on buildings. ...
... from wind turbines on separate trucks. Wow, are they big. After a little Goggle search, I found that they measure 116 feet long and sit on a 212 foot high tower, with a total of 328 feet! Keith sure looks very small next to one. Not an easy item to transport.
Arrived home around 7pm.
Next trip in October, it will be a short summer......
... as we did some highway speed laps to familiarize everyone with the proper line around the track. Tires at 30/36, as I was making a adjustments with a hard to use tire gauge.
For the second session, tires at 30/30 thanks to a much better gauge. And what a session it was. Things started out a bit quicker than anticipated as I fell off the back of my group. Several laps later, I fell in with a new group. Being out on the track on ...
... technique. Bad technique is much like a bad foundation, eventually the house is going to collapse given enough stress.
Mastering the proper technique is something that requires tens of thousands if repetitions. There is no replacement for hardwork and diligent practice.
That ethos coupled with a willingness to take calculated risks is what allows a guy like Nate to win championships with bikes (back in the boxer days) that ...