Monthly Archives: March 2011

Two steps backward-two steps forward


Question for the day: Who is most vulnerable car or driver? I’ll anwer this one. Both!  In the last 24 hours: Saturday morning we were to take Stewball back to the tattoo doctor to add one more tatoo on his rump. Well, ole reliable … Continue reading

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Got It!


You may not know that World Race 2011 has two divisions, an antique car class and an alternative fuel class. Our leader extraordinaire, Jerry Price, is driving his 2005 Corvette in the alternative fuel division. He says it runs on six … Continue reading

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Packing problem solved!


What more can I say. Everything just wouldn’t fit in the car. Any other solutions  out there? Ed says it will affect our speed and our gas mileage! See you on the road to Paris, Jan P.S. That’s our friend … Continue reading

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Crazy restless


Crazy-restless. That’s what the reporter for the N&O labeled me, but I ask you, is it me, Jan or both? When I first met Jan I was about to go on a week’s sailing trip to the Bahamas with my … Continue reading

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In our dreams


Today’s question: What’s the connection between St. Patrick’s Day, the World Race 2011 and our novel? Hint: The car is NOT green, and we’re not driving through Ireland. Leave your comments. More publicity. Wednesday was a busy day for publicity. We … Continue reading

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Surprise


Yesterday we had a big surprise. A week ago we were interviewed by Tommy Goldsmith with the Raleigh News and Observer. Yesterday the article was on the FRONT page of the N&O. We certainly didn’t expect that kind of coverage. … Continue reading

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Melt down


Both Jan and I had melt downs at the same time Friday. Not good. We should take turns. While I was counting books, to see if we had enough for the trip, Jan interrupted to tell me about another job … Continue reading

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