Housekeeping: Happy Holidays!
Christmas is upon us, and New Year’s Eve is lurking just around the corner. So with that in mind, here’s a look at how we’re operating these next two weeks.
We’ll be off Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. There may still be a few posts scheduled, and if any news breaks we’ll cover it, but for the most part we’re going to be [s]drinking[/s] relaxing on those days.
The rest of the time we’ll be on a slower posting schedule than usual, but there will still be posts for you to read over your spiked eggnog.
As for you all, keep it safe out there. Don’t drink and drive, don’t get high and drive, and enjoy whatever holidays you celebrate, whether it’s Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanzaa, whatever. For those of you who, like me, enjoy sports, enjoy all the NFL and college games coming your way (not to mention NBA and NHL and college basketball).
We’ll be back full speed on January 6th. May your days be merry and bright.
HAPPY HOLIDAYZE ! . No driving impaired please, I see so many who are not just clueless but high as kites as they text, do eye makeup, read, so on and so forth..... I'd like to ride my Moto in 202 and not get run over again . Yes, new cars are some how given as Christmas gifts, one got ruined in the 62 car pileup on the news the other day..... Los Angeles is supposed to get cold, driving rain all day Christmas . -Nate
Christmas Eve 2019: Unseasonably warm weather. 18-year-old daughter comparing lightly-toasted numbered spark plugs to the previous two sets (cooling issue - thank you P2181). Same daughter removing and numbering water pump bolts: "This is fun - it's like a puzzle!" Priceless.
Christmas day, record breaking warmth here in southern Wisconsin, sunny, high in the mid-50s And I know the reason, I just spent a lot of money on a block heater and winter tires, so there won't be a winter this year :( You midwesterners can thank ME for this wonderful weather :)
Christmas ushered in a snowstorm dropping up to 30" of snow on Central California's mountain communities. A white Christmas indeed! Said storm also taught some rough lessons. For me: never confuse your SUV with a snowplow, especially when it's 16*F out. And for that poor SOB who died on the Grapevine: don't drive a big rig without a working cabin heater.