One of this interesting reports the web site provides is a visit log of how many of you drop by. It was nice to see you did Christmas away from the computer but it looks like we’re all back in the groove…..or rut as some see it. Either way I need to start my day off with this to get things going and I’m happy you’re joining me……so here we go.
Jared has been beating me to work over the school holiday. He drops his son off which forces him hear no earlier than 7:30……now with his son hugging the pillow longer I have no idea when he’s coming in! Ahhh, I remember those days……now it’s simply dawn til dusk….yeah, I’m only working half days here in my senior capacity……… Still no time for golf……..Jared took over the restoration of “Tin Soldier”. A 1973, 23′ coach sporting a 350 Olds motor with 4:10 gearsand a pretty mean looking profile. I wanted him to have one of these to get him first person experiences. There are many out of the box unique ideas. Sometimes it’s good to have new ideas infused into the mix. I’ll show you some of the things Tin Soldier has soon, stay tuned…………
It was time for a test drive, a fresh Monster transmission. Phillip had driven it around….it hit all 3 and back but what was operating temp with the new external cooler oh….and Baby Blue has new knees (that’s Bogy pins) which means I need to check alignment, steering, braking since it was all apart and just overall driveability……first its a stop at the “outta town food stop”for my road food, a Coke and a bag of salted peanuts. Almost feels weird putting together this 1 step southern delicacy..on a marble countertop with a reverse mount sink and restaurant quality appliances…….and yes, I pour the peanuts IN the Coke! Its a Southern thing……..
I have an errand to run, I’ll be right back….