Well.I modified the brake pedal on my 400 cc quad outlander and went for a
cruise along the Virgin River and the local foot hills. Came home and went
to The Earth day display and art show just outside Zion National park,
stopped by Vesco's house for a short visit.
Came home had a scotch & soda and watched the Nascar race at Phoenix. Today
it's a drizzling but should keep the dust down if I go for another ride in
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jon Wennerberg" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Mike Meierle" <email@example.com>
Cc: "'Keith Turk'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, April 23, 2006 8:54 AM
Subject: Re: Basic maintenence 101
> Well, it wasn't really "maintenance", but I did some basic stuff
> yesterday -- rotated the tires on the pickup, cleaned the winter
> crud/stains off them, aired 'em back to 55 psi, rotated them. Took some
> of the "old" stickers off the truck in preparation for updating the
> information contained thereupon.
> Today it's vacuum and shampoo the carpets in the truck ("Dang it, Nancy,
> there's so much salt on the floor that you'd think we just got back from
> Bonneville"), then re-install the moon discs. I took 'em off last fall to
> save them from the ravages of winter, and clear-coated them, too. I'll be
> stylin' tomorrow.
> We sold the old race trailer and bought a new(er) one -- 1,200 miles this
> Tuesday/Wednesday to trade off trailers and also fetch a classic bike for
> an ECTA racer buddy.
> Jon Wennerberg
> Seldom Seen Slim Land Speed Racing
> Marquette, Michigan
> (that's 'way up north)
> PS Today's project at the house will be to take down the snow fence that
> protects our driveway from the worst of the drifts. I think I'm safe
> now -- probably only one or two more big snowstorms coming yet this