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... an enjoyable evening sampling the local brews and enjoying some of the nicest nachos I've had, along with the best IPA I've ever tasted. When we're done we call Happy and she deposits us back at the hotel, not to late a night but a most enjoyable one.
We're now approximately a quarter of the way into our trip, with around 3700 miles under our wheels. Two more days in the US, and we're scheduled to reach Canada on Saturday all going well.
... eventually find Wrights, the motorcycle accessory and service place. Thank goodness for sat navs! Alan gets his new tyres fitted as planned. Scottys picks up his stater and rectifier for fitting later. Just about to leave and find that Scottys back tyre has serious damage to the side wall, caused by shot suspension. The clutch cable also needs replacing. We leave Scotty and Catherine with the pickup truck at ...
... Surplus MC1-1B. It was done after a test drop of a 55 gal. Drum in a T-10 parachute harness and canopy was used. Multiple successful jumps were conducted without incident or injury.
Adjacent to the south end of the bridge is a parking area with a visitors' center, which allows for easy access to the bridge. To the east, along the south rim of the canyon, lies the dirt ramp used by Evel Knievel when he unsuccessfully ...
We headed further south along the I-5, spotting lots of other AB plates along the way. They were mostly cars, not too many RV's. We stopped at an interesting place called Wolf Creek so that we could fuel up and stretch our legs. It looked like it had a history as a hunting/fishing "resort" but had hit the skids. There were a couple of signs ...
... in miles, "City X: 100" is 100 miles and it's more like 1.6 to 2 hours away...****! Now multiply those distances to 200, 300, etc, and it's even more "****!"
(2) I hit 8000 miles driven so far on this trip, today. I also crossed back into the Mountain Time zone...meaning that I lost an hour from Pacific again and my body's complete confusion about WTF time it is continues.
See today's pictures below.