Monday, February 28, 2011

Out for an afternoon drive.

Sunday, February 27, 2011

We took about 40 miles of Blue Ridge Parkway on the way home. It was better than I remembered. Probably the best stretch of road I have ever driven on. The access roads to and from the parkway make the Big Moose Rd seem straight. One stretch of the parkway the compass on the dash of the Pilot showed all four directions in less than a mile stretch.

More from Hershey museum.

Car Museum near Hershey, PA. Had a collection of 18 Shelby cars. Including 7 GT350 Mustangs and 2 Cobras. VERY nice museum with a great variety of cars, motorcycles and buses. I was most impressed by the 1896 Ford (pictured).

More from VTM

Virginia Transportation Museum, Roanoke, VA

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Friday, February 18, 2011

Happy Birthday Don and Jane

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Betty 1996-2011

Friday, February 11, 2011

Traditional wood shed picture

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Sebring Entry List

59 Cars

14 LMp1

25 GT2
- 9 Ferrari (6-F458/3-F430)
- 4 Porsche
- 3 Corvette
- 2 BMW M3
- 2 Ford GT
- 2 Jaguar
- 1 Panoz
- 1 Aston
- 1 Lamborgini

ILMC, and LM24 lists/invites out today too. No Drayson anywhere.

Falken not on the list, but they are at the test today, so +1 to make 60 cars and 5 Porches.

Monday, February 07, 2011

Idiot Schumer wants to investigate the high price of road salt.
Happy Birthday to Sandey, Ben and Connor!

Sunday, February 06, 2011

Paul recently found this sketch comedy duo named Harry and Paul. I found that they have a couple skits entitled "Bad Uncle Paul," which Paul would like for me to share with you now. :)

Bad Uncle Paul 1

Bad Uncle Paul 2

* Cyndy *

Friday, February 04, 2011

Elliot got his hands on the camera when I was writing the last post.

Elliot is standing on the ground in these photos. He is 35" tall. I can't remember when we had this much snow at one time.

Wednesday, February 02, 2011

This past Sunday, I participated in the Miami ING Half-Marathon (13.1 miles). I completed it in 2 hours 4 minutes, my personal goal was to be under 2 hours, but due to congestion (21,000+ participants) I didn't quite make it... the first mile took me almost 12 minutes so I had to play catch up to get near my planned 9 minute average mile. Regardless, I still got a win shot.

Spent some time with Oliver today. We worked on turning for a bit. How to move his body to the inside of the turn. Also the use of the throttle and brake. There is a 20 foot banked turn next to the garage. It is like Bristol for snowmobiles. With the natural embankment and the snow I shoveled off the off.