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I think the only option is going south. It isn't nice that Irene seems to have left slightly chilly weather in her wake.
The last two mornings I left the bike parked and drove in, it was so cool. In the spring, after a long harsh winter I consider 46d riding weather. At the end of the summer 46d does not seem quite so inviting.
56d today, so I rode!
I am not ready for winter!!
But then, again, I never am.
Generally when she heads back to Canada it is a minimum of 4 weeks, but normally longer.
Now that is timing with the car!
Originally Posted by ScubaSteve
Wow so this is a long trip for her. That is great. I bet the limestone lake will look awesome.....large vis.
Funny story about the new car. I pick it up this afternoon and trade my existing car in. So I am driving to work and it has been making a clunking sound for a while (CV joint I have believed)......I get to work and go to back into my parking spot.......clunk, no move at an idle which it normally would. Drive forward a bit, Reverse.....clunk no move at an idle. It finally backed in but I need to drive into any spot at the dealers later (assuming it does not fall apart on the way there). No I have to leave a bit earlier than planned to allow for breakdown time.
Originally Posted by parzdiver
It's not the length of your hose, it's how many times you can wrap it around your neck.