With a Countach V12 mated to a TorqueFlite. It was called the Genesis.
My STS prepped NA, Jake’s new PRHT NC, and Jayhawk Jake’s FRS. Time for some track days bro.
Ceiling construction has started.
I mean, not literally, but I love this:
Got back to my apartment building after dropping off my gf because we went for a night drive. Noticed a shirtless bro and two girls walking across the parking lot as I parked my car.
Are they the fastest cars? No. Does it really matter when they look this awesome? Also no.
Cafeteria is almost finished, they were installing the kitchen equipment while we were there.
So, it turns out, all those millions pledged by billionaire owners of companies in the wake of the fire at Norte Dame? They’ve all failed to actually follow through.
Or at least they wanted to tear shit up. They only managed to break the outer glass panes with the rocks from the landscaping.
No pictures of the school portion because they’re already moving in. Kind of a giant mess of furniture and boxes.
All 3 vehicles in the same place at the same time.
I bought myself a couple presents:
I’ll write a review when I get back to Wichita and I’m not as deathly ill.
Day 4 was a looooooong day. We climbed Mt. Evans which is by far the sketchiest road I’ve ever ridden, and pushed the Sportster’s (lack of) suspension pretty hard.
And elkDay 2 was spent whitewater rafting, so no pics. Day 3 started early so that my dad and I could ride ove Trail Ridge Road before the others got ready to leave.
Woke up at 4am, took an Uber to the airport, and took a 6:30 flight from Wichita to Denver. Thus began my weeklong motorcycle trip to Colorado.
Meanwhile, gotta conceal the *actual* fasteners that are doing work.