Not A Dude
- Aug 19, 2009
- Northwet Washington
- '07 BMW 328xit,'13 BRZ, RIP '78 alfetta gtv 2.0
I know you had vetoed the idea of something fluffy between the ears, but the tail sure looks like the puffalump "hair". If the ears are going to be tied down, maybe it would be a good idea to have the hair up there to provide some character. Haven't made my tail yet, I'll see if I can make it bigger for more lulz. We can experiment.Mmm, dat tail.
The will hair probably get squished at "speed" anyway so the effect would be lost, and after looking at the car on the shirt more carefully I now see there is no hair there so good point.Hmm. Well, the shirts lack hair, so I think it'll just lack hair. I don't want anything to flop over the windshield and be a distraction, anyway.
Bring what you've got and we'll see about it before BS. Maybe it could be on for BS and off for the race?
I'm bringing the box of Puffalumps.
So, are there any speed traps on the way to the track? Just in case I get carried away in my enthusiasm to get thereTech is something like noon to 5PM (with BS at the same time as tech). We are not waiting until the last second, just in case they find something we need to fix. If the plane lands at 3, it'll be past 4 before arrival, as it'll take some time to get off the plane, gather things (I know there's no carry-ons to get, but still...), get the car, drive to MSR-H, get lost a time or two on the way (just because that's how the world works), get in the track, find us...
BTW, for anyone driving to MSR-H who hasn't been there before: To get to MSR-H when going south on 288, you turn left on County Road 48. However, there are two county road 48s on the trip. There's one fairly north, and then there's a county line (or two), and then there's another County Road 48. The one you want is just after a very gentle bend in the road. There's a subtle green sign with white lettering (similar to an exit sign) pointing out the track. However, this sign may be referencing the kart track or something, rather than the road course. Depending on your navigation style, you may want to watch mileage or something like that, just to be sure you get the correct CR48.
My phone has internets too and Verizon has digital coverage so I can post here but no promises about it being coherentOoooooh...cameras!
I don't mind popping into this thread sometime during the race for texty updates. My phone has internets.
There's a wifi signal at MSR-H, but it's typically VERY loaded down with everyone trying to get on during the race. I think it's a little better in the clubhouse, but pics and video might have to wait 'til afterwards.