Another long day.
This morning Heath and I hit the ground running.
I needed a large coffee.
We shot thru BoJangle's to get breakfast. After checking the nav computer to make sure we didn't fly through a star, I engaged ludicrous speed, set a course for the third star to the left, turned the accelerator up to 11 and we got going. (+1 internet to those who get all the references.)
We shot up to Mt Pleasant to pick up a cyclops
THen we headed to Northern Tool. I had to snag a pin for the tow bar for Christine and an air pressure gauge to leave in her. Heath found a little Jeep with a trailer and a 4 wheeler.
And we headed home, much slower than the trip up there.
Here is what I went to get.
18 HP briggs and perfect wheel weights $150. Deck is good. I should be able to make a good return on it. Weights are going on the Falcon.
We were home for about % min when a guy contacted me about a part off the Hyundai Tiburon (that is still on the tow dolly). I gave him an address and he said he was on his way.
Steph called and said she and a friend were coming over and then we were going to see the Christmas lights at the race track.
After the guy left with his parts I got in the shower. Steph and Anna got there before I got out. I got dressed and we headed out.
Steph has wanted to eat at Ghengis Grill for a long time. Since we had to go right past it we went there for supper. (I think we are done eating out for a while.)
Heath added a snorkel to his Jeep and towed a race car.
After we were sufficiently stuffed we headed up to Concord. The lights were pretty neat.
Heath got to drive - on a racetrack none the less. I wanted to speed to see if I could get tossed out of a racetrack for going to fast. Steph wouldn't let me. No fun.
After we saw the lights, petted the animals at the petting zoo, everyone but me got a pic with Santa, and we turned up our noses at $3 for a small cup of hot chocolate we headed home.
We had to stop for gas, the $15 gallon tank held 15.99 gallons.
Heath did not pee his pants one time today. He held it till we got to a bathroom every time. I am proud of him.