There were these postcards you could buy when you traveled to different places - states, national parks, places-of-interest, etc. The postcard came in a paper sleeve and included a water slide decal for outside (or inside a window). You could write a nice letter to your family or friends and mail the postcard - then sticker the decal on your camper, station wagon, car or suitcase ! Neato ! This is one of those decals.... Most Iowa decals I see have corn, farms, pigs, cows, barns, tractors, maybe some places of interest - or a pretty country girl.
....It indicates you are HOME. Stay at home. Don't make any unneeded trips to the grocery story, gas station, stay away from your friends . . . just stay away. THINK before you travel. If you are in an area where there is no virus, it's coming for you. No place is immune to this. STOP THE SPREAD. I'm doing my part 100%.
- Washing my hands properly with hot soapy water for 30 secs.
- Washing outside door handles and mailbox with bleach mixture
- Spraying all counter tops in my home (and letting sit for 10 minutes)
...then drying off
(I save the towel to use with bleach later outside, then throw it)
-Take a hot shower everyday
-Wash Your Towels
-Keep the TV off ! (watch local news once a day)
-Read a book, or all those old magazines
Take a nap.
- Play games, Work in garage, Look at blogs/instagrams
-Exercise in your home: Do stretching. Lift Weights
- Jump rope in your driveway
- Eat the right foods (don't over eat)
- Calm your nerves
-Clean out your tool box, closets, chest of drawers
- Vacuum, dust, wash windows, clean bathroom
Just stay home if you can - Stay away from everyone at work.
Reinforce it - Stay away from me - Thank you !
No disrespect - If I sick, I don't want you to get it . . .
I don't want to lose a single blog follower due to carelessness . . .
This thing started right up after sittin' 3 1/2 months in the cold, with temps below freezing most of the time. I looked all over for the battery that goes in it. Not near the Battery Tender with the others - and then I realized I forgot to take it out ! Shit ! It's a 5+ year old acid-type battery, and it hasn't given up yet, since it had 12.2 volts and started the bike. It's life is helped by the Cycle Electric DG5000 and a steady 13.5 pretty much all the time. My 4 gallon tank is ready for fuel - and I'm ready for a road trip - but we should all be sittin' tight for now.
A guy needs about 6.5:1 Compression to run the total shit fuel produced by these places. (no offense to any ethanol workers our there) The "pot life" to that 86/87 is about 2 weeks and it's dead. My lawnmower didn't want to run with that crap...
I guess the reasoning was to keep the oil cooler and prevent the oil from gettin' all hot, and fried all over the top end as it was pumped up through the hot cylinders? You take those old panheads apart, and the non-detergent oil is burnt all over everything... It worked.