If you are using Facebook, and are concerned about your privacy, the Documentary “The Great Hack” is a good watch, and will enlighten your knowledge on what is happening on social media, and why I am considering quitting using Facebook.
You can watch “The Great Hack” on Netflix.
Got a brand new Oregon chainsaw chain grinder, replacing and old Northern Tool grinder.
- 3,400 RPM, 3/8 HP direct drive motor provides enough power for daily heavy-duty sharpening
- 4.3 Amps
- Durable, long-lasting cast aluminum chassis
- Variable motor grind angle to enable multiple adjustments
- Safety shield with integrated light
- 3-ft. cord with 3-prong grounded plug
- One-way motor rotation for greater operator safety
- Large motor fan and durable T-shaped cooling fins for excellent temperature regulation
- Easy-to-use controls to make precise adjustments
- Securely held chain parts to reduce risk of operator injury
- Hydraulic piston automatically compresses chain vise to increase efficiency
- Hydraulic assist closes the chain vise automatically when the motor and wheel are lowered
- Standard chain vise attachment fits 1/4in., 0.325in. and 0.404in. pitch chains
- 5 3/4in. dia. x 5/16in. thick vitrified grinding wheel sets depth gauges
- Motor head can be raised to create more space for filing depth gauges
- Large indexing chain stop provides a larger surface area, accommodating large chain types
Very accurate and consistent grind. Top notch grinder.
This is the yearly BRP ST Gathering in the fall. 20-30 ST1300 riders get together to ride the mountains, have fun, visiting cool places, and shoot the breeze around the campfire. All this goes on with Blue Ridge Motorcycle Campground in Cruso, NC as base. We plan on making the trip up there this year. It’s a very nice area with access to a lot of fun stuff,,,,,Sherohala Skyway, The Dragon, Gatlinburg, Bryson City, Hot Springs and others.
A lot of places and roads to choose from:
The annual RTW Day moves to the ‘third Monday in June.’ The next Ride to Work Day is MONDAY, JUNE 15, 2009. It is the 18th annual Ride to Work Day. Reasons for an earlier annual Ride to Work Day include:
- The new day is not as hot in most northern hemisphere areas, and not as cold in most southern hemisphere areas. June weather is more favorable worldwide.
- The new day provides an increased opportunity for more riders to Ride to Work. Many workplaces close for summer holiday in July – especially in Europe.
- A Monday event encourages motorcycle and scooter commuting to continue during the entire week.
- Positive media exposure will increase. Sundays are slower ‘news days’ so there will be more coverage like this: “Look for more motorcycles on your commute on June 15.th, as that Monday is the annual Ride to Work day…”
- The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) has endorsed this day, and is promoting the ‘Third Monday in June’ worldwide as the annual Ride to Work Day.
Well, I ride to work mostly every day year round anyway, but hats off to them.
Two months and counting. The road planning part of the trip is complete. Going Hwy 220 up through NC into Roanoke, VA. Then I81 up through VA, PA, I84 through NY, I95 through MA, RI, Hwy 1 through MA and New Brunsvick into Nova Scotia. About 1500 miles one way.
It will take about 3 1/2 days or so to get up there.
We think we’ve got everything we need for the trip. 99% of the time you take more with you than you need, so no worries.
The bikes are as ready as they can be. What do you expect? They are both Honda bikes. Top reliability all around.
Hopefully the weather will hold up for the entire trip, but knowing how itcan change very quickly close to the atlantic, specially fog, I suspect we will have some rain / fog, at least on the eastern coast of Nova Scotia.