I saw on the news this morning, that Texas is considering raising the speed
limit out in rural areas, to 85. If you've ever driven from Abilene to New
Mexico, you'd understand why.....
On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 4:09 PM, Michael Rowe <email@example.com> wrote:
> I had a really good visit with Rich and his wife, and was amazed that the
> "Hawaiian-style Food" in Everett WA was actually authentic and excellent
> plate-lunch fare. His yard looks authentic, too, with one Spridget at the
> curb and a tub on the lawn.
> I made it back in 14 days - first San Juan Island, WA south to Los Angeles,
> then ocean to ocean - visiting family and friends in San Francisco, LA, Palm
> Springs, and Taos, and making miles thereafter. I don't know how many
> miles as my speed sensor went partially bonkers (0 to 120 mph in half a
> second!) and the odometer only worked when the speedometer worked - half the
> time or less, depending. I managed to replace the sensor without a lift in
> some tiny town in TN, only possible for someone as small as I. But it only
> lasted a day. It may be the wires, which hang down asking to be jerked by a
> stick on the road.
> I have only one really significant observation from this trip:
> In Washington State the speed limit is 60 mph.
> People drive 60 mph.
> It must be a West Coast thing.
> Michael Rowe
> 2002 Roadtrek 170 Popular
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Richard Ball" <
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 4:41 PM
> Subject: Re: [Spridgets] No LBC - Road conditions
> Susan and I had the opportunity to meet up with Michael while he was out
>> here in Seattle last week.
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