Rapier, you rode a distance equal to 54% of the circumference of the earth.
Yes, I had a pair of E3's put on about 2 weeks before I left, so by the time that I got to Houston they had somewhere around 1500 miles on them before I had the Centramatics put on.Don't mind saying Rapier, that was one helluva run, my hat's off to you man! I forget, but did you have new tires on the Wing before you left? I have soooo many questions to ask you but I'll likely never get the chance to ask 'em all without pestering you steady. Anyhoo, here's to you big time!
p.s. shoudn't you be like, comatose about now?
Learn as much as you can about the weather conditions that you may face prior to leaving and prepare for the worst. I knew that it was going to be hot in the southwest (dry heat) and it was going to be muggy on the east coast (humidity) and that staying hydrated was going to be important. I saw 107 degree heat in the desert of California and 115 heat index temperatures as I travelled south from Virginia.If you were asked, what would you say you learned from your trip?
Thanks, Ron! It was a pleasure meeting you as well. Don't know when I'll get back to your neck of the woods, but if/when I do, I'll be sure to look you up.Mike you have done what many of us will only dream about. Way to go.
Enjoyed having coffee with you and your Dad.
From the Northwest Corner