Today's Shots From
Robo Tour 96
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TODAYS MILEAGE: 180
DESTINATION: Vernon NY
MILEAGE TO DESTINATION: 0
REASON: Rain, mud, set-up, show, pack-up.
As I am on the East Coast, somedays are better than others for FTP 'ing up new photos. And as far
as my server, well I'm begining to loose patience, and I am looking for a new server with 800 access....
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Thank you for your patience...
We knew we could work on a dirt track, but what about MUD?
I hope you can see this shot, it is difficult to see on my laptop. Note the tractors tire tracks in the
mud. I was done running under my own power.
This is one time I was glad to be the truck driver, instead of the chain hooker upper. This is one
of the owners of Robosaurus, Gary Cerveny, or at the very least a great shot of his feet.
A little help, please.
After a little slipping and slidding, I was back "on track", with the help of a scraper and a big chain.
I guess if you loose around this track, you really loose as shown by this race car.
Burn it up.
This is one hot race car, on the ground. With another one in the oven.
Robo backwash...with Robo and a sunset in the background. A beautiful end to a great show.
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