Archive for the ‘Bikes and Cars’ Category

The claim was opened

July 8, 2013

I got to work today and had a message from the other guy’s insurance company giving me a claim number for the accident on the 4th; so far, so good. All I want is to get the car fixed. I learned one thing; I’m not driving the ‘vette on holiday weekends anymore.


Got some free time again…

August 26, 2011

I’ve been working on the layout, playing around with Liquid Lemur and working both jobs. Vacation time means that I get to work all 3 shifts depending on who is on vacation.

The vette has been running well lately. I found a vacuum leak on the MAP sensor that was causing a rough idle.

My Corevtte is almost home

February 22, 2011

The Vette should be back together this week….WOOHOO!! It’s been away from home for too long and I’m wondering how it will get back here being it’s 170 miles away.

New Beginnings

January 17, 2011

I start my new job today….I’m in maintenance again and full time to boot; Tomorrow, I start my part time gig at the college. I’m so glad that things are going to turn around soon.

The vette is going to Las Vegas tomorrow to get the engine fixed finally. I sure miss driving it.

My love of Corvettes

January 4, 2011

I thought I would post this…I came across it on one of my vette searches:

What a pleasant suprize

December 27, 2010

We had a great time with Ann’s brother Mike and his wife Jen and their son Vance. It was the first time that Ann has seen him in person and she was just in heaven with him…he is quite the toddler.

I took Mike over to see the vette in the garage and we talked about the paint and body work. We all went to Golden Corral for dinner before they headed back to Vegas.

Well, hello again

December 26, 2010

Another 6 months has passed with many things happening. I was furloughed from the department I was in at work….sigh….I don’t understand this crazy economy. Why is it so hard to keep a decent job these days? I am still working there, but now I’m in housekeeping.

The oldest kids’ mom passed away in August and they both came into some money…they went out and bought me this little toy:

Since it’s 26 years old, it has its problems and I’ve turned it into a father-son project. It’s a blast to drive and the girls love it when I pick them up from school in it.

I built a roll-around workbench/storage unit for the patio layout and I’m working on a new interchangeable module system that could be mounted to it to add some more real estate to the layout.