Travelodge Santa Rosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 240 degrees of crank rotation. The crank rotates 360 degrees but only gets a power impulse at 120 & 240 degrees. At 0/360 also known as top dead centre (TDC) there is nothing (but a counterweight). This is what creates the unique sound, the pause. It is also what makes them shake as the motor is not balanced.
They patented it, but they really didn't have to, no one else wants to purposefully design an unbalanced motor. Take my Triumph Rocket III motor; 3 cylinders, ...
... be, say, a $400 airplane ticket to the lake. Actually a decent park, but we elected to leave that behind and stay at the commercial RV park that we're at now. But, after this long day of driving, I now know what people mean when they say "what a pain in the ass". I have first hand knowledge, and my Tufie refuses to massage it.
Tomorrow, we're going to keep going.
... The RV museum is a good find. It's behind an RV dealership and in a huge shed there is a collection of a dozen types of caravan or motor home that have been restored to their former glory or in some cases they have been so well cared for, they are in original condition. Once again its fascinating to see what has been included in this collection and to read where it has come from. It was easily over an hour spent there and before we left we looked inside ...
... thinking about camping but were afraid of lighting. Then we went to our hotel and went into the pool. That was the last pool we went to on this road trip. I can't believe our trip is almost over! Then we went to our room and watched a movie that we have been wanting to watch all summer long. It is called Teen Beach Movie. Good ...
... I mean, c'mon, we're in Texas, where everything is bigger. And the Big Texan steak house in Amarillo is the biggest of them all. You may have seen it on one of those food shows highlighting huge portions or challanges. The challenge here is the 72 oz boneless sirloin. Eat it along with ...