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Home sweet home

I’m writing this from a nice, non-moving chair in my living room with a fire in the fireplace.  I surprised myself with how many miles I do in one day and so made it home from Sandy, Utah (966 miles) … Continue reading

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This just in…

Here’s what I look like fully decked out – scary, huh?  Don’t let your kids anywhere near this dude!

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Chewing up the miles and spitting them out

I’m going to make this a short one because I’m totally knackered.  I started in Sandy, Utah this morning in a light drizzle, rode through rush hour on I-15, about an hour later the rain had stopped and I was … Continue reading

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Heading home

The races are over, I had a great time at the track, and now it’s time to pack up and head home.  Like the previous weeks, however, the weather is going to affect me.  I’ve checked the forecasts for west, … Continue reading

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Days 15, 16, and 17 – the races

I won’t bore you with all the details about the races, suffice it to say I’m having a great time.  It’s been a long while since I’ve been to any pro racing, let alone a world series, and the sights … Continue reading

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Day 14 – Moab to Sandy

Day 13 – Moab to Sandy I woke up to bright sunny skies and temps in the 70’s but I knew I was in for a dramatic weather change, so I got out of town early.  Thankfully the winds had … Continue reading

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Let’s see, where was I? Oh, right, Day 13

Oh right, I’d just pulled into Farmington after my long day.  Despite its name, Farmington is an oil town.  Haliburton has an enormous facility there and there all sorts of companies dealing with pipes, valves, compressors, and the like.  Not … Continue reading

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