It’s been more than 15 years since I’ve had anythig to do with my old high school in Cupertino, CA. But I still come back on occasion for a quiet walk. Not that I can afford to live around here!!
Was cruising to an early morning meet on Sunday, when...
Good morning Oppo......debuting the 4C and its decidedly un-masculine silhouette at my favourite photo spot. Phone dial wheels let you know that “he” is a little old-fashioned.
After getting tired of paying $30-40 for Blu-ray imports, I’ve streamed my first Amazon Prime movie last night.
I’ve finally sat down and added up all of the costs of the F355 that I incurred over my ownership period which lasted 3 years and 10 months, and drove for a total of about 10,000 miles.
Near a bunch of Tesla Superchargers is this oddball parking stall on every level of the garage.
Today some neighbourhood realtors sponsored a dumpster day, so I got rid of an old garden hose (because it leaks in 5 places, and also because I no longer have a garden) and this classic gem for those of you familiar with my F355 stories:
Abysmal coverage area in full effect.
Learned that CA DMV rolled out new registration stickers for fleets of 50 or more cars. This was the sticker that I noticed some time ago and couldn’t get close enough to read.
It’s time to up my car wash game. I’m not getting any younger and hand-wiping the entire car is both tiring and bad for the paint no matter how gentle the pressure applied.
Some video highlights. In the hills from San Jose to Livermore and then Dublin. San Antonio Valley Road and Mines Road are fantastic driving roads, although a bit far to reach from most of the Bay Area.
Parking game on point. 20 min wait for some drinks.
Happy Sunday to all. While wife was at the gym and kid was eating breakfast, I tried some photo composition down in the Man Cave.
Took them long enough, but it was thoroughly entertaining to watch people critique my car. Some very cool aerial drone shots.
Couldn’t get close enough to read it.
It’s been months since I’ve done a group drive. Lots of white cars today, particularly GT3s.
There’s a small pad on the back of each seat to keep it from smashing the rear wall of the carbon tub. My preferred driving position is as far back as it will recline.
80F, no clouds and This:
The guy spends far too much time and uses a rather petty, repetitive tone. But I’ve never understood why the US DOT has such glaring shortcomings in regulating automotive lighting.