Knights Inn Bucyrus
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... Days of Future Past, and then we snoozed off and on, and I (Susy) got in one more movie, The Million Dollar Arm - good movie,
Awe, arrival in Rome, their time, 6 hours ahead of our local time; that is 7:30 a.m., Italy time. Our rooms were not ready at the Hotel Imperiale Rome, located on the Via Veneto. We were tired, but excited, so we dropped off our luggage and started out to explore. First, we were able to locate ...
... was interesting to say the least.
Same thing in the third session, though I felt I was starting to get a feel for the bike and the track. I was still bringing too much speed into 13, being ******* the brakes and then not letting the bike turn in. Also not using my body to maximize the turning potential of the bike.
Nate pointed out my lack of body position during the lunch break and gave me a very good stand up tutorial ...
... bag and chair strapped to the top, I don't fit in with the trailers, race bikes and whatnot.
That, in theory, is exactly what I enjoy so much about the R1200ST. It begs to be ridden long distances quickly. A sport tourer in the truest sense of the term. We shall see if works on track.
In speaking with Nate Kern yesterday at Motohio, he says that getting the right body position will be the key to extracting the ...
This morning we woke up later than we planned and finished up packing odds and ends. We said our farewells to Bella and seriously considered puppy-napping her and stealing her off to Canada. With heavy hearts we got into the car around 11 and started our journey up north with multiple considerations of turning around and getting her. The drive was uneventful, we drove through Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and ended in Ohio were we slept in out car. ...
... maybe not). Flight 93 Memorial is a work in progress; but, even with what little is there, it is still a moving experience. Hopefully, my pictures can give an idea of what we saw. The actual crash site is about 200 yards from the black "flight path" walkway which leads to the white Wall of Honor. On each of the 40 white marble slabs is the name of one of the heroes that were on Flight 93. Yet to be built is the Visitors Center and the walkway from the Visitors Center to ...