The Ladies Aid Association plans to start serving breakfasts Sunday, Dec. 30. The coffee is hot, the food is always good, and it is a great, casual, setting to visit with neighbors and friends.
My sleds are still at the snowmobile doctor's, getting their fall tuneup, so I have not been out riding. I have noticed that some trails have already been groomed, and I am ready to get out there and ride. Please hurry up Doc.
Bob and Laurie Brown hosted a Christmas party and dinner Saturday, Dec. 22; it was a full house. Approximately 45 people were there to enjoy the food and festivities. Thanks guys for the fun and the food.
Many years ago I read an article about the development of anti-lock brakes. As I remember it, the article said that the brakes were tested in Corvettes, 100-plus miles per hour, on salt flats. I do not very often drive 100 mph, I haven't been in a Corvette since about 1975, and I have never seen a salt flat. I do drive places like Grafton Notch, Dixville Notch and other steep, slippery local roads. It is my opinion that the anti-lock brake system is one of the most horribly dangerous ideas anyone has come up with since trying to split frozen wood with a double-bitted axe. The proponents of anti-lock brakes should try driving an older vehicle equipped with them, during a snowstorm, traveling up and over Dixville Notch.
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