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What Should My Tyre Pressure Be
- This is the pressure of the air inside the tyre, it can be measured in pounds per square inch PSI or Bar. Correct pressure for tyres is designed to aid fuel economy as well as safety as under or over inflated tyres can affect the handling of your vehicle.
Da-n-da-da-n-da-da-n-da-da, Here I Am!!
(Bonus points if you can get the song!)
After taking time to really focus on myself and my schoolwork, instead of other people, their opinions, and the overload of baggage I have with Jonathan, I feel, oddly, relieved and liberated.
Papers have been accomplished (46 pages between 6 different assignments), classes are winding down, I've been social, and have been preparing myself to move soon. I'm just ready for a lot of drama to be over and to just... pack up, move on, and start over. Fresh, new, and... what's that again? Happy!
I've also been making an attempt each day to smile more... And it's amazing what it can do. And, not to sound arrogant or self-absorbed, I look better!! Just knowing I'm getting to the end of crap is making a wonderful difference in my attitude and my demeanor. The drum corps chapter of my life has officially closed, and a new one for diving has opened. I hope I can continue (and, dear, I plan to!) after my final examinations here, and see things that have only been described for me, that I never ever get tired of hearing!
The only parts of the activity I have had problems with have been: (1) My buddy deciding to quit on me, come back for half a class, and quit again. (2) My class instructor giving me some unneeded "beef". (3) And drysuits. Mostly because I needed 22lbs of weight to keep me down (They said to weigh yourself with 10% of your bodyweight, which should have been about 12lbs, no problem, right? Nope.. I kept adding weight until I could balance everything out. No, I don't weigh 220! They said at the lake for the final to use 20%... I'm afraid!), and also, the area where the pool was, was super humid and warm... a little overheating and heatstroke never hurt anyone! Luckily I did my throwing up AFTER I got the suit off so I wouldn't have to "chirp my chips" in to the regulator in a pool... yeeeech.
So, to put things plain and simple:
- Depression phase is over.
- Baggage is best left at the curb (unless someone thinks there's a bomb in it at a major airport).
- Smiling is good.
- Making an effort to look pretty is good.
- Diving with a huge knot from the neck to the shoulderblade is painful, but doable.
- Sleep IS attainable even after Xanax has been taken away,
- Treating oneself is good once in a while.
- Friends that aren't associated with Jonathan CAN exist!
- Lifting my chin IS possible!
- Things will get better.
- And diving is awesome, and has taught me to sloooooow doooooown and breeeeeeeeeathe :)
1992 Toyota Camry 2.2GL (Pt 3)
At this scenic point in my journey back to Norfolk I will cut the story short to say it got me home without any drama whatsoever. Given what could have happened, not least in buying an old car unseen let alone a damaged one, I was very pleased (and relieved).
The damage certainly doesn’t seem to have affected anything structural or mechanical, it drove straight as a die and with a very, very solid feel (arguably less rattles than my 1997 Camry). The engine ran beautifully, slightly rortier than in the later car (maybe that has more soundproofing?) and with a very ‘free’ feel to it. Once I’d got the tyre pressures up to what they should be the ride, handling and braking was exactly as I’d expect, very composed and giving the confidence to hustle the car along nicely. I deliberately chose a cross-country route through The Cotswolds to investigate this. Clutch bites quite high with a soft feel, just like the others I’ve had, and the gearchange is slick. Cruised very nicely on the dual-carriageways nearer home.
In summary well worth the effort. I’m now in something of a dilemma, as once sorted it’ll be perfectly good enough to use every day. But I already have one car to do that with, plus the old Datsun. My ultimate aim is to have a Camry V6 of some sort, but that would be too thirsty for use all year round. And I like the later Sport.
I think the answer is sell the Sport, keep this new Camry and the Datsun and buy a V6, preferably an estate so it does something different to the others. Or buy one of the rare V6 Sports, a couple of which have just come up for sale...
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