The HSM Rainmaker is finally out of dry dock with the barnacles scraped off the hull and the bilges pumped
Actually it has new calipers, rotors and pads on all four wheels. It was in desperate need :)
I set sail for the Port of Cincinnati late yesterday to visit with the sons, and some old friends I have here.
Getting started took a LOT longer than I figured as for some reason I had to reinstall Microsoft Streets & Trips on my lappy. I can't figure out how that disappeared. Really strange.
So with a late start, followed by a stop at a Flying J for gas and propane, plus a 2 hr. or so nap, I finally arrived at 0300 give or take a couple of minutes.
It's really strange traveling with just myself and the cat. Sure miss Mrs. Buzz sitting the co-pilot's set, but I guess that life must go on.
I have a few legal things that I have to take care of down here and it was a good excuse to get away from the house for a bit. I think I';ll be here a week or so, but that's subject to change.
Any now that the Rainmaker is ready to go, maybe Ben will give me a call letting me know that th HDT1000 is finally ready for pickup
The way things are looking right now, I'll probably just pick it up on my way to FL this year, and have it down there for the Flywheelers show.
Well that's all for now, I'll post later if anything of significance happens.