Some things do make a sound: I got my motorscooter running day before yesterday; once I filled up the gas, it started almost immediately, which is very pleasant considering it'd been stored since late last Fall. I always add the storage treatment to the the gas at the end of the year but the tank was almost empty. I was worried there was going to be a great deal to do. I still have to clean the air filter and change the oil. It's starting to be time to think about new tires, too. And I'm going to have to scrub down the cargo racks with something very mild and then wax them: the Indian chrome-plating has thin spots and the thin spots are just beginning to show a haze of red.
But, once started and running smoothly, the first thing to do was take a few loops around the block and then and a nice long check ride yesterday. I burbled up back street to to the Indianapolis Art Center (where the Indiana Writer's Center hangs their mills) and return...
Rene's Bakery along the way!
|Rene's always reminds me of the galley on a submarine. There's a whole lot of bakery in a very small space -- and room for four customers, if three of them are family or very close friends.|