San Jacinto Inn
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The "Boys" have been working hard getting the car ready with everything we are going to need to complete the race. They have also been timing the car for how many seconds it takes to start and stop at different speeds, and making a chart to refer to during the race. We are getting things ready to put the 1938 Packard into the trailer and on the road on the 13 th. The official start of the race is the 22nd.
Our team is: ...
... needed a burner cleaning and the windshield wipers needed new pivot shafts and wiper arms. They also pointed out that our 6 rear tires were developing "thread separation" which could cause catostophic damage when they blew apart, so we changed them. While waiting, we did some golfing and toured the area.
We were really surprized by the vast oil fields situated here. The valley immediately north of Bakersfield ...
... Hemet is only 30 minutes away from Redlands, (I had spoke to my Aliso Viejo family when there about how I had 8 days after camps and they said I should go back there as I didn't get to do much because of my feet - Hemet is the nearest host to them as well, and these were my two favourite families so I thought I would visit them again). We then phoned Jane and asked did she want to come for lunch with us so we met up with her and went to this Mongolian restaurant ...
We traveled down to San Jacinto to help Texas celebrate their 175th year of independence. They had a re-enactment of the battle where Sam Houston led to defeat the Mexicans. As they marched across the field, the soldiers cried, "Remember the Alamo!" It was like a carnival event ...
... trip. I already had the backpack that I will use. Its really just a matter of putting it all together and getting the hell outta Dodge. Except for Caleb. He has his passport on the way. But he still needs his Eurail pass and a backpack.
So that's where things stand for now. As the big day gets closer, I'm gonna start making more posts. But for now there's really not much to write.
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