I thought about hitch hiking to seller, buy parts locally, restore bike, then cover the bike in unwrapped power bars on every tube. Ride bike back to Ohio, eat a power bar every 100 miles. Every state border crossed use my cell phone for a selfie, phone charged by generator
of course wear a DEPENDS whole way , changing after every B.M. then autograph the DEPENDS date and time location, release over a telephone line wire on side roads to mark progression in case seller has a posse in chase and was paid off by FedEx for a bounty.
Doood ... your thought strategies are waaay more
fully-packed than anything a bunch of Think Tank
Einsteins could ever give birth to.
It is fairly-well known that Wilbur and Orville used
a similar tactic when piloting their Wright Flyer over
Huffman Prairie in 1904.
Believing in the strong possibility that the Flyer may
not always follow the pilot's commands ... and fly
off the planned course ... to the edge of the Earth,
the boys installed their own ''Dropped Bread Crumbs
FADE TO BLACK ... Look, Phil ... am in the moment
of remembering the time you and I stopped for a
cuppa coffee on our way to a swap in Bucyrus, Ohio.
You were wondering ''why ?'' Santa's reindeer all had
names of Viking origin ... and ''why?'' the Seven Dwarfs
all had names that are adjectives - 'cept for Doc.
Then you asked me if I ever thought that the Seven
Dwarfs were the illegitimate children of a relationship
between Santa and Snow White.
I never told you this, before - Phil ... but your question
is the sole reason I ever considered watching a little
more of the Discovery Channel than I did previously.
Doood ... we have been pals since the early Eighties ...
don't you think it might be a good thing for you to pay
for the coffee now and then ?
post script .... Say ... didn't the Huffy Corporation have
a manufacturing facility in Azusa at one time ?
That Amish paper would be great if cut into 6" strips and rolled onto a cardboard tube. Then placed in roadside restrooms nationwide. This surely would wipe out any form of evil spirits from people who are full of it! The fact that Amish do not normally ride or believe in bicycles, makes one think the rolls of printed alumni paper could be a breach in Amish doctrine, because it rolls!!!! p.s . The paper rolls are FACE value so Amish thriftiness is certainly a consideration!