Monday, April 16, 2012

Recycled bumper cars and old man flying

This was Sunday April 15th blog that did not make it

Give Your Spouse Positive Reinforcement

I once saw this advertisement: "Make sure you're part of a winning team." The way to be part of a winning team in marriage is to bring out the best in your spouse.

 Remember to keep your focus on your spouse's strengths and not his or her weaknesses. Remember to believe in the potential of your spouse. Believe that your spouse has untapped wisdom and goodness that both of you can reach.

 Remember to notice positive changes and to express your appreciation. Express appreciation and gratitude for positive words and actions, even if they are not totally what you would have wanted. By giving positive reinforcement to a movement in the right direction, you encourage your spouse to keep moving along the best path for both of you.

Love Yehuda

 This flight occurred at Guano Point on the Havasupai Indian Reservation.  It isn't far from the cantilevered glass walk over the Grand Canyon.
(Had to be on an Indian Reservation because the Feds probably would have shot him down!)
Jet flight through the Grand Canyon!  Awesome sight...This was filmed in May, 2011.


THESE ARE             
Remember driving the bumper cars at amusement parks or A fair, don't you?  They were so much fun.... Well, now what do you do with old Bumper Cars?           

(and check out the license plates!)

Yes, you read that right; these little beasties are street legal.

They  run on  either Kawasaki or Honda motorcycle  engines and co-opt vintage  bumper car  bodies
into the most awesome form of mini-car  we've seen in too long.  There are seven of  these little 
monsters floating around California and they're all the creation of one man, Tom Wright, a builder
in the outskirts of San Diego who figured the leftovers of the Long Beach Pike amusement park
needed a more dignified end than the trash  heap.

They  were originally powered by two cylinder Harley Davidson
Motorcycle engines but they rattled like heck because of the two cylinder
Vibration and Tom replaces them with four cylinder Honda or Kawasaki 750's
And a couple have been measured as capable of 160  MPH, which is terrifyingly fast in machines
with such a short wheelbase.  

By the way, they are almost  indestructible in  accidents!

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