Not too bad though, considering it happened at 60-65 mph.
The pictures did not do as I requested, LOL that is news, huh?
We depend on the rear view camera to make sure the vehicle is still back there. We can also see if it is tracking properly, what we cannot see is the tires. We, like truckers, depend on passing cars and trucks to tell us we have a problem with the tires on the Toad (as it is called).
Today we had our first instance of tire problems on the Toad. I happened to catch a glimpse of glass flying from the passenger side of the Toad in my mirror. Quickly I pulled to the side as far as possible and investigated. The front driver's side tire had disintegrated. It tore the fender loose (which is plastic) and the glass I saw was the side mirror that the tire had taken out as it come apart. (If I can get the picture to load, it will be at the top)
This was taken from four roads up looking down at I-85 just North of Atlanta.
A look at Atlanta's skyline.
Every time we cross the Georgia stateline, we sing "Georgia, Georgia, Georgia's oonnnn myyyy mind." Singing along with an imaginary Ray Charles!!
While we lived at Arley, we cdrove down to Jasper, Georgia. We spotted something you seldom see, an antique Armoured Truck.
We are over nighting again way out in the woods. Competing with Clemson fans for a camp site. Clemson is just a stone's throw away, looks like we would have a better signal.
We are on the banks of Lake Hartwell, just inside the SC line. The blow out slowed us down so we will limp in tomorrow. It wasn't too bad. I already have some of the sheet metal work done and the black cleaned off most of the side. Doesn't look like it will need paint, definitely needs the mirror. At least two tires for the front. Don't want that again.
Thanks for coming by the log.
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