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2023.06.08 03:40 thereseratops What I packed for an 18 day trip to Morocco, California, and Puerto Rico including 2 weddings, a bachelorette, and my honeymoon
Here’s my packing list for 18 days in May/June including 2 weddings, my own honeymoon, and a bachelorette party. I packed both a carry on backpack (REI Traverse 35L in S) and personal item backpack (North Face Borealis from 2014 which I think is 27L), both not completely full. For the variety of events I was prepared for, the fact that I almost used everything more than once, and the amount I experimented with convertible clothing, I thought it might be worth posting even though it’s 2 bags. We did laundry once ~day 9 or 10.
Events I was packing for
- 2 California weddings which each also had pre-wedding events the day before - dress codes for the 4 total events were 1) dressy casual in bright orange/yellow colors, 2) dressy casual, 3) black tie optional, 4) Indian formal.
- 12 day honeymoon in Morocco included time in the mountains, desert, cities, and beach. Everything was to be relatively modest and almost everything had to be comfortable enough for plane/train/bus/car travel throughout.
- Bachelorette weekend in Puerto Rico - casual with beach time, city time, and a day of rainforest/waterfall hiking and kayaking.
Belt bag - worn on travel days and for more active stuff - hiking, camel ride, quad biking.
Crossbody leather purse - worn to wedding events and days out in cities.
Packable backpack - needed on more active days when I needed to carry extra clothes and a water bottle
Zip close laundry bag (came with an Away carry on rolling suitcase)
Toiletry bag with 4 compartments and a hook to hang in the bathroom - full with mini sizes of almost everything I would use at home including makeup, meds, skincare, curly hair stuff, sunscreen, bug spray, etc.
Tech pouch (came with the Samsonite Silhouette 17 tote) - held phone charging cables for USB-C and USB-A, international plug converter, external battery, headphones, and my travel mini hair straightener.
Jewelry case - with jewelry for the weddings and nice dinners. Stored my engagement & wedding rings on the ring tabs on days I didn’t want to wear them.
Water bottle - Wish I had an insulated water bottle instead of my plastic one for the desert heat. Will be shopping for one.
Turtl pillow - strapped in the bungee cords of the north face backpack
Sun hat - folded flat and also strapped in the bungee cords when I wasn’t wearing it
Sunglasses in a case
Tevas Hurricane XLT2 - Worn for most days in Morocco and Puerto Rico. I bought cheap water shoes from Walgreens the day of the waterfall hike because I was worried about traction for rock climbing with open toed shoes, but a couple of girls on the trip did it all in Tevas without a problem.
Croc sandals - I used these functionally as flip flops for inside the hotels/ showers, especially when the Tevas were still drying off after water activities. I wore them out in the city once but they aren’t comfortable for hours of walking on uneven ground.
Sneakers - light pink color, felt like it looked ok when a little dusty in Morocco
Convertible heels to flats - worn as heels for both weddings, worn as flat sandals for both pre-wedding events. Also converted them into flats after dancing at the weddings. Would've worn for a night out at the bachelorette but my flight there was delayed and I missed it.
Packing cubes (not pictured) with all clothes - Eagle Creek Pack-It Original sizes M x 2, S x 1, XS x 1
Lehenga choli - top & bottom that I dressed up with Indian jewelry for the Indian wedding but dressed down as separates in Morocco. Worn with a dupatta - which I also used to cover my shoulders for sleeveless outfits in Morocco.
Convertible dress - worn for one wedding event and a day in Marrakech. Also was good as a cover up when going to the pool/spa within the riads.
Convertible jumpsuit - varied the necklines for a wedding welcome dinner and a dinner while glamping in the sand dunes. Worn as high waisted pants with the bra tank for wine tasting in California and for a day in the Marrakech.
Convertible dress/scarf - worn as a shawl for the black tie optional wedding and dressy casual prewedding event, worn as a scarf for a cold night out in chefchaouen, worn as a dress at the beach in Essaouira and for a day out in Marrakech.
Washable silk slip dress - for the black tie optional wedding. Required steaming so didn’t bother to wear again, but packs tiny.
White midi dress - worn once for pictures in the blue city Chefchaouen, thought I would wear again for clubbing in Morocco but didn’t end up getting to go
Plisse pants - worn for airplane, train and bus days because they’re comfy enough to curl up and sleep in
Linen pants - were great for hot and dusty desert days
Spanx for under silk and white dresses
Spanx athletic leggings - necessary for cold weather in chefchaouen and hiking in dades
Patagonia R1 - needed for plane, nights in California, chefchaouen, and Atlas mountains
White linen button down - worn many many times over other clothes
Button down short sleeve shirt - just wore once in the desert
Crochet swim cover up
Bra tank from aerie
Workout top from Target - can pass as a tshirt with pants
Modal black tshirt - comfy enough to sleep in
Cotton T-shirt - instantly got sweaty, will replace with something breezier or sweat wicking next time.
Convertible strapless bra - for the formal outfits
Merino wool bralette - was skeptical on the price but was super comfy and never felt like it got sweaty
1 other light bralette, 8 pairs of underwear and 4 pairs of socks not pictured (including 1 lightweight darn tough wool socks)
My backpacks felt overall light and I was fine on uneven ground and stairs wearing both of them. Someone more minimalist than me could easily get this down to 1 bag by traveling with a smaller toiletry bag and cutting 1-2 sandals, 1-3 shirts, and multiple dresses. I don’t regret bringing anything since I take a lot of pictures, so the variety was nice. I had room for food during travel and small souvenirs, so it was overall a success.
My only regret - I forgot my Columbia rain shell which which would’ve easily fit. It was super windy in California and it rained a ton in parts of Morocco. My R1 had to suffice, which is ok in a drizzle but not a downpour.
I hope someone finds this useful!
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2023.06.08 03:08 N0tCody Predator 212cc or 224cc??
Plan is to be a fathers day gift, the issue is we've blown 2 212cc motors in the past and I dont know alot about the new 224cc. Would be trying to put some performance parts on them over time(torque converters, Carbs, valve springs, etc) Likely going on a live axle go kart or maybe a Baja mini bike.
Whats the best route to go and is GoPowerSports still the way to go for parts?
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2023.06.08 00:46 arkadiysudarikov LOS ANGELES MOTORCYCLE CAMPOUT
2023.06.08 00:45 arkadiysudarikov LOS ANGELES MOTORCYCLE CAMPOUT
2023.06.07 22:35 JeetP8 Mock test analysis need some help too
1)Was driving on this road were there was bus on the far left of my lane and so we have enough space to go on the other-side of our own lane. But the car infront of me pulls into a bay or un loading bay which branches of into the right side of the road. It indicates and the intentions seemed it wanted to pull into it and so i proceeded and as went i see the cars starts to make a u turn. Should i have stopped? When it u turned it never went on our lane.
2) A van with its hazard lights were on and so i overtook with my indicator on. In the distance id say 30-50 meters enough time for me to make it i see a car so i went and it ended up turning into a minor road. No worries but a bike after that sped up and just before i went back into my lane it was really close maybe 10-15 meters it sped up quick. Would the examiner put on a harsh brake for that or fail me? It was positioned more to the right and not as if it was going to collide with me. But still it did seem a but dodge.
3) Was at a mini roundabout and a car to my right did not signal. I waited and the car in front went but i know that i need 2 blockers for me to commence. I waited until it passed but the car to my right did not signal. I waited for some time in a mini roundabout sense and i thought in the real test they would have put me for un due hesitation so i went. As i went half way of the give-away line it. Went to its left but still never indicated and cause any rift between me and that person but was confusing and the position of the car could not be determined wether it was going left or right.
If any of these scenarios seem i made an error please tell me as my dad did mark them as serious faults.
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2023.06.07 21:35 UnluckyShamrock_ Mini Bike - Moped
Hey i'm just wondering if I could register a 50cc mini bike as a moped in virginia. I drive a moped now because i'm too young to get my motorcycle license yet but I was wondering if a little mini bike could classify as a moped. I know mini bikes are usually off road but some of them meet the "moped classifications" and I was curious. I called the dmv and they said i'd have to take the title of the mini bike to them and find out that way but I'm not gonna buy a mini bike until I know i can make it street legal obviously
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2023.06.07 21:09 smoswald Thoughts on first week with Light Phone, too many "replacement" devices
I have slowly been planning to get a Light Phone for many months and finally was able to pull the trigger. I officially switched to Mint today and so far have been enjoying it. Definitely have some withdrawals but in a good way.
My only problem is that I ended up buying a bunch of other technology to supplement what I was missing. I got a Garmin car GPS, have a mighty for music (tried old cell phone but felt kind of of icky still having a smartphone in my life), got a bike computer with GPS so I don't get lost cycling (used my phone in a pinch before), and a nice point and shoot camera.
I feel I spent about the same as I will be selling my iPhone 13 mini for. How have others felt about having to add technology in order to get rid of such a core technology as a smartphone has been?
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2023.06.07 20:43 400HPMustang 2002 CB750 Nighthawk Wiring
Can anyone point me to a wiring diagram and/or manual for the bike?
I'm looking to replace my gauges and indicators with new modern stuff and I'm also not the greatest with electronics...I can follow directions and tutorials but I can't seem to find anyone who's done what I'm looking to do on this bike specifically. Car guys tend to photograph everything step by step and make it dirt simple for people to do the thing they did but with bikes it doesn't look like it or maybe I'm missing it.
For context what I'm specifically wanting to do is this...
Replace the speedo and tach with a DCmotive GPS speedo/tach
and then wire up a motosign mini
for the oil light, side stand, neutral and high beam lights.
Looking to the group for any info you can share or feedback.
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2023.06.07 20:04 JPL2020 New here, this is my: Bonanza mini bike with Predator 212 non-Hemi. Already upgraded the exhaust and intake. I have plans for: wheels, brakes, electric start, lights, governor removal, valve springs, custom tank, custom seat, front fork shocks, and more. Building for my son (8 y/o).
2023.06.07 19:26 Critical_Oil_6001 I was curious about a local legend. Now, what was supposed to be a week-long trip might turn into my eternal nightmare.
I just hope that people see this post, that they might start spreading the news before it’s too late. Something big is coming, something ancient, something older than any of us could have ever imagined. It might be too late. I don’t know what will become of me, of the people I love that I might never see again, by the time you are reading this. But I implore you to listen and take this story seriously, because it could save your life. Or not. I don’t know yet how deep this goes. If it’s true, if what I think is true…God help us. Nothing can save us now that Nature is fighting back.
I’ll start at the beginning, because you need to understand how long this has been happening, and the implications of what is possible now that it’s getting worse.
Over winter break, I went to visit my friend from high school, Jackson, in Vermont. He goes to Bennington College, studies Social Sciences with a minor in Linguistics. Smart guy. He used to write my papers for me in English class, and I would pay him back in six packs. That’s always how it was: him, studious and put together, and me itching to get outside. I was constantly on the move, biking through the forests behind my house, trail-running, building a treehouse for my little brothers, you name it. I wanted to get my hands dirty, get into nature. I guess that’s why I opted out of college, and went for camp counselor positions and summer gigs until I secured a conservation job with a park near home. Nature is important to me, and I want to do my part as the generation that has a responsibility to heal the world.
The outside was what called me to Bennington, aside from the fact that I missed my best buddy. I don’t remember when it was first brought to my attention, but I became aware of murmurings of Bennington’s rocky past online about a few months before I was set to visit Jackson. Being an experienced outdoorsman, I wasn’t afraid; on the contrary, I was rather excited to get out there and prove my worth to Jackson and his college buddies, who were far less athletic than I am. Looking back, I’m kicking myself for being so cocky. I can’t believe I ever thought of my best friend in that way.
From what I could see on the internet, Bennington College’s history was a long and often sinister one. There were videos about people vanishing into thin air: a girl wearing a red parka went for a hike alone and was never found, an experienced man leading an outdoor expedition disappeared in the woods, a woman fell into a stream, doubled back to the campsite to change her clothes, but never made it to the site, a man on a bus disappeared from the vehicle at a stop but left all of his luggage, a teenage boy was waiting in his mother’s truck and when she came back, he was mysteriously gone…I wish I could say these stories deterred me from poking my head somewhere where it didn’t belong.
Instead, I only grew more curious. What was going on in this so-called “Bennington Triangle?” I was in a unique position to investigate this phenomenon for myself. Many people hear about strange occurrences and the intrigue piques their interest, but they never have the chance to see it for themselves. But I could. I knew I could hold my own out in the wilderness—it was literally my job! Besides, I was a strong, slightly stubborn young man, built steadily, and I could protect myself well. What could possibly happen to me out in those woods, much less to a group of young college-aged men? The people who went missing most likely made one fatal mistake that cost them their lives, or maybe it was all just a big coincidence. Either way, I was about to find out for myself.
It was halfway through December when I left to meet up with Jackson. I got there on the last day of classes, and Jackson told me he would be busy until later in the day. I assumed he was cramming for a final, and I told him it was no big deal, I would meet up with him and maybe meet some of his buddies later. Besides, I had some plans of my own.
The most famous missing persons case in Bennington went cold, and is still unsolved to this day. The case is a tragic one, and I didn’t want to be insensitive by going around asking for information or throwing around names. Everything I needed, I found online. Paula Welden was the name of the girl in the red parka that went missing. Allegedly, she left campus one day to go on a hike by herself. She left the campus around 3pm and hitchhiked to an entrance to the Long Trail, a trail that runs for almost 300 miles from Massachusetts all the way to the Canadian Border. She wasn’t dressed to be outside for long, but as the story goes, she never made it back from the trail.
There was one sighting of her, however, that particularly interested me. A man reported that he had seen her running around, rather erratically, in the bottom of a gravel pit near the entrance of campus, and I wanted to see if there was anything left of the pit. Because I’m experienced with many different kinds of natural phenomena, I initially wondered if there wasn’t a natural explanation for her distressed behavior. I thought maybe there might be an insect nest or an infestation of small animals at the bottom of the pit that she might have disturbed, so I decided to check it out in my free time. After the RA checked me in and I tossed my luggage into Jackson’s dorm, I packed a small backpack with essentials: water, sunscreen, energy bars, mini first aid kit, some rope, a utility tool, a flashlight, and a lightweight jacket. Then I headed out towards the pit.
The first thing I noticed was how much smaller the pit seemed. According to the eyewitness description of the incident, Paula was running up and down the side of a deep gravel pit, but what lay in front of me now was something much more shallow. I walked down into the center of what was left of the pit, but I could easily see over the edges. The small, dark fragments of rock crunched and ground together under my hiking boots, and the slowly sinking midday sun bounced off of the remnants of white snow around me. It was an unusually sunny day for winter, and the snow was, curiously, letting up for my visit. But the good luck for me ran out here—there seemed to be nothing to investigate at this location. My hopes of finding any evidence of insect or pest infestation that could have disturbed the girl were dashed, maybe buried several feet underground.
I lingered awhile, kicking at the bits of gravel in the small pit. I watched the small rocks scatter over the rest of the gravel, hitting up against the edge of the pit and rolling back down a few inches. I turned to go, but stopped. Maybe it was a trick of my eye, the sun reflecting harshly off of the snow and glinting in my sunglasses, causing me to not see clearly. I walked to the edge of the pit and kicked some more gravel at the side. The small rocks skipped across the uneven surface of the gravel pile, and scattered up the edge of the pit, farther than gravity should allow them to travel. I kicked more, and it happened again. My heart started beating faster.
I crouched down and picked up a small stone. I rolled it gently across the gravel, softly enough that it started to slow when it reached the incline of the side of the pit. I watched, astounded, as the rock slowly rolled uphill about a foot before coming to a stop. I gave a shout of excitement and jumped to my feet.
As I stood up straight I nearly fell back down. In an instant, my hearing seemed to go and I felt an overwhelming sense of claustrophobia. I spun around, thinking someone must be behind me, messing with me, but the sensation of closeness stayed pressing at my back. I spun around again, searching for an explanation. My head was fuzzy. I heard my footsteps, overwhelmingly loud, and I couldn’t hear anything else, almost as if my range of hearing was limited to my immediate surroundings. Like I was trapped in the pit. As soon as those words flashed through my head, the claustrophobia overwhelmed me, pushing up against the very air around my body. The silence built up inside my ears until all I could hear was my muffled footsteps, my desperate breathing, and the blood rushing faster and faster through my body.
I lunged for the edge, clambering up the side as fast as I could. Instantly upon passing over the edge the sounds of the late afternoon bore down on my ears. I stumbled and covered my ears, the chirping of the birds and rustling leaves almost too loud for me to bear.
It’s not that I was scared. Obviously, I was a little shaken up. As I hastened back towards Jackson’s dorm, I tried to rationalize what had just happened to me. Maybe I hadn’t drank enough water and I simply became dizzy. Maybe it was altitude sickness. Maybe a strange bug had bitten me and I temporarily lost my bearings. Nothing quite made sense. I tried to push it from my mind and focus on having a good first day, because soon I would be meeting Jackson’s college buddies.
When I got back to the dorm, Jackson was waiting for me. Fresh from the shower, his hair was damp and he was putting on a clean t-shirt. Pulling me into a hug, he expressed his excitement over my visit, asked me about my flight, what I thought about the campus—all the preliminary niceties. Internally, I breathed a sigh of relief. Even if he noticed, he didn’t pry and try to ask me about my slightly shaking hands, my pale face, or the vague disconnectedness with which I answered his questions.
That night eased my worries slightly. I ended up meeting Jackson’s group of friends and, together, we ventured into downtown Bennington. We hit a few bars and chilled at some of the many breweries in town. Live music, good company, and many, many beers did wonders on my nerves. By the end of the night, I had completely forgotten all about my encounter in the gravel pit. Jackson’s friends were nice guys, and I was too busy feeling proud about my best friend coming out of his shell in college. When he left, I had my doubts, but it was crystal clear that Jackson was really coming into himself at this school.
The festivities continued for the next few days: the guys were stoked to be done with their final exams and excited to connect with Jackson’s old friend, so we spent our time drinking and hanging out, bumping music and generally having a blast. It was almost enough for me to forget about one of the very reasons I was excited to be in Bennington in the first place.
It’s been a few days since that incident. I had even almost started to feel better about the whole thing. Maybe it was a mistake to poke around in old history, and maybe I should just focus on living my own life and fulfilling my own passions, working to heal nature as best as I can. But now Jackson and his friends want to go on a hike, and I’m starting to feel that same claustrophobia creeping back in. What the hell is out there, and why do I feel like I shouldn’t be messing with it?
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2023.06.07 18:42 pundidas [Parody-ish] How to: Drive a Car (Hyderabadi Car-ist Edition)
- Always be on the phone and don't focus on the road. You're in a 5-star NCAAP rated car, at best you will have a scratch at worst you'll have a dead biker on road, if he's on a bike anyway his life is not worth that much.
- Always make sure you take your biggest SUV and drive all by yourself, that way you can make sure you're occupying most of the road thereby reducing average pollution on the road.
- Always break as much as you want on every rumble strip to keep your car maintenance low and make sure you're doing it suddenly so that everyone behind you has to react quickly so that those pesky bikers are brought back to their senses.
- Always block all of the free left and almost scrape through the sidewalk to ensure none of those undeserving bikers get their free lefts.
- Once the traffic in front of you clears, shift and accelerate in the slowest speed possible known to mankind, you're in your air conditioned, pollution free environment so you can stay at the signal as much as you can. Those poor bikers should've earned more to buy and car and occupy most of the road and speed at their convenience.
- Don't signal when you turn in any direction, also your big SUV already has a huge turning radius it needs a minimum of 3 lanes to turn. So turn across all the lanes and then reverse in the middle of the fucking road in the middle of the fucking traffic. All those other people on the road? don't worry about them they've lot of time on their hands only you're supposed to quickly get to home. Even if you've a small car ensure you don't learn enough to drive it properly and still somehow manage to use three lanes to turn.
- Go 25kmph in a 30 Kmph and get pissed at bikers for managing to overtake you from left side, you were supposed to drive on left and let people pass you on the right side but you're too dense to drive on the left when you can't keep up with the traffic.
- Get stuck trying to switch between lanes randomly and block an entire "mini lane" for a bike to pass through and then be pissed at bikers for "sneaking" through once the "lane" gets freed, how dare they not follow you for their entire life time in hot summerain/chilly winters.
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2023.06.07 18:31 Struggleberg What’s the best possible way to spend a week here in June?
I’ll be in the village in June and from the list I’ve come up with, I have mountain biking, gondola, hiking, canoeing, mini golf, ziplining (if I’m not scared lol)
Might rent a car for activities outside the village
Grateful for any tips or details (e.g. best canoe rental place, best lake, best trail, etc) 🙂
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2023.06.07 17:49 r3crac BANGGOOD Deals (7.6.2023)!
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2023.06.07 17:46 Ok-Canary6172 I think I’m Being Targeted By a Trafficker
So I live in the ghetto. I try to take a short cut on my way to my campus. But yesterday as I was walking down a particular street that close to my home, I was being followed. There was a man on a bike that I thought went the opposite direction from me when we both had to cross the street (before he started to follow me I thought he was going a different way). After I had cross d the street I continued straight down the side walk until I noticed him reappear. He was riding his bike in the middle of the street. Out of nowhere he began riding in slow circles in the same spot (ahead of me, but still sort of close). I felt like something wasn’t right so I stopped walking and was hoping for him to ride of ahead of me a bit. And he did but only tiny bit. So I started walk as slowly as I possibly could without passing him. He looked tired of going in circles so he sped up a bit in the street and he began circling in place again.I guess he got tired of me walking slow. So he glanced at me and turned the first left turn that was on the street. During this whole time of him being a creep he would periodically hurry up an glance at me. During this time when he had “turned” I noticed that there was a couple neighbors outside and a construction team close ahead of me that were out there in the mini field (one of the neighbors had a dog with him and they were sitting on the porch). When it was my time to cross the street I started to walked to the right quickly and turned the walk into a run to reach the sidewalk.
There were two cars waiting for me to cross across the street. I guess me running a bit to reach the side walk might have spooked him out. When I crossed the street once more to continue straight I heard him smack his lips like he was irritated. I stared at him and watched him continue down the street that he was on. By the way during time when I had to first cross the street he was still riding his bike in the middle and off to the side of the street in circles. There was another incident where I was followed but I mention it later. So I will make an update later today. Is this something that can be reported to the police? During the entire time that this guy was watching and stalking me he never said a word. Part two coming soon
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2023.06.07 16:54 orwelliantiger Obnoxiously loud music on the central line.
This is a mini rant about terrible tube etiquette- first and hopefully last.
A wanker got on the Central line with a non-folding bike and a large stereo appended to his bike at 15:30 at Bank heading to Newbury Park. This guy proceeds to blast his music encouraged by an old woman- politely ask him to turn it down, as I've got a bad headache. He ignores me.
Everyone else in the carriage wants him to turn it off but people just silently watch our exchange. I ended up alighting at an earlier stop and waiting for the next train.
This is the worst I've encountered on the tube having used it as a kid to get around the city. What the hell happened to good manners?
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2023.06.07 14:22 Prestigious-String90 Some things to do in Macon this week (6/5 - 6/11)
There are always things going on in Middle Georgia, though finding out about them can be a challenge. Here are a few interesting events taking place this week: read the full article on Middle Georgia Times for more. THURSDAY, JUNE 8 Macon Bike Party: Rivoli Roll (6 - 8 p.m.)
On Thursday, Bike Walk Macon will throw another Macon Bike Party
, this time exploring North Macon and Bolingbroke. Macon Bike Parties are “slow-paced community bicycle ride[s]” that allow participants to see Macon neighborhoods from a different perspective.
- The Triangle - 1425 Old Forsyth Road, Macon FRIDAY, JUNE 9 Boz Scaggs at the Macon City Auditorium (7:30 p.m.)
The multitalented Boz Scaggs
will be performing at the Macon City Auditorium on Friday evening. Scaggs is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist who was a bandmate of Steve Miller
) in both The Ardells and the Steven Miller Band and is also credited for helping the formation of the band TOTO
). Tickets start at $46.75 on Ticketmaster.com. - Macon City Auditorium - 415 First Street, Macon Kenny Wayne Shepherd at the Grand Opera House (7:30 p.m.) Kenny Wayne Shepherd
is a completely self-taught guitarist, singer, and songwriter who performs blues-infused rock n' roll music. Ally Venable, a young guitarist, singer, and songwriter from Texas will open for Shepherd at the historic Grand Opera House in Downtown Macon. Tickets to the Kenny Wayne Shepherd concert start at $49.
- Grand Opera House - 651 Mulberry Street, Macon SATURDAY, JUNE 10 The Great Art Hunt in Downtown Macon (9:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.)
The Great Art Hunt returns this Saturday. This fun event involves a map and a list of clues that are meant to help you find the many murals and sculptures located around Downtown Macon. Teams wil take pictures at the art they are able to location and if the teams find all 20 locations, the team will be entered into a drawing for a week long vacation on St. George Island (for those 18 and older). There will also be small mini-prizes to find along the way as well as a Great Art Hunt tote bag. The event starts at The 567 Center any time between 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. The event ends at 7 p.m. when the photos must be emailed to The 567 Center as proof. Children 10 years old and under can participate for free (though they will not receive a t-shirt or tote bag). Tickets
are $100 for a team of 4, $80 for a team of 3, or $60 for a team of 2. - The 567 Center - 456 1st Street, Macon Bird Day at the Museum of Arts and Sciences (10 a.m.)
The Museum of Arts and Sciences will hold their annual Bird Day on Saturday morning. Participants will see the Museum’s birds and learn all about the many types of birds from special guests from the Georgia Falconry Association (Dennis Mock and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis). Bird Day activities are included with regular museum admission
for Saturday (which is $12.95 for adults, $10.95 for seniors and students, and $6.95 for children 6 to 16 years of age) and museum members receive free entry.
- Museum of Arts and Sciences - 4182 Forsyth Road, Macon Picnic in the Park Food Truck Festival (11 a.m. - 4 p.m.)
The 5th Annual Picnic in the Park Food Truck Festival will take place Saturday morning in Carolyn Crayton Park (f/k/a Central City Park) Members of the public are invited to bring their families and pop-up tents, picnic blankets, and chairs for lots of food and fun. - Macon Bibb County Recreation - 150 Willie Smokie Glover Drive, Macon SUNDAY, JUNE 11 Macon Film Guild presents “Other People’s Children” at the Douglass Theatre (2 p.m., 5 p.m., and 7:30 p.m.) “Other People’s Children”
is a drama/comedy from France that deals with the complications that occur when two middle aged people fall in love while one of them has a young daughter (and an ex-wife in the picture) to consider. This movie will include subtitles and is not rated. Admission to the screening of “Other People’s Children” is a very reasonable $5.
- The Douglass Theatre - 355 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Macon Thanks for reading and please feel free to comment about the event you are psyched about this week.
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2023.06.07 08:20 Doctorofthecocktor ARacer 5 mini
My family recently bought a 2018 Yamaha zuma 125 with the ARacer mini 5 and af1 system. While I was cleaning it I noticed a connector that had a rubber cover that runs off the wiring harness for the ARacer and an unplugged wire that runs down near the throttle body i don’t know where it leads. My dumb ass connected them and now the bike won’t start. Everything turns on but the starter won’t engage/turn on. I know this group is a grom group but seen others talking about the ARacer system. (Please help). I generally know what I’m doing around motor bikes as I race motocross but these electronically controlled bikes confuse me.
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2023.06.07 06:40 PlantedinCA A tale of four lambskins
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I went on a spree - looking for a big enough, but casual enough, chain strap bag. I love them because they feel fancy when I have a meh outfit on. And it was time to actualize more of my style goals. I have smaller bags that I like but they don't fit the bill for a longer day. I am also a fan of quilting since it adds some texture and visual interest. submitted by PlantedinCA to handbags [link] [comments]
First candidate was the Tory Burch Kira - all black version. I saw it posted here, and loved it based on the pics. Last weekend I popped over to Nordstrom to check it out among other things.
Thoughts on the Kira, I really liked it. It had a nice strap drop, the right vibe. Also powder coated black is so smart - powder coat is durable, that is what I have on my bike. [Feel free to DM to learn about getting a custom bike!] I was slightly on the fence about the compartments, but the larger one still looked water bottle friendly. So I thought I could make it work. The medium size was spacious but didn't feel overwhelming. I took it home.
While I was there I headed over to fancy bag section - full of YSL at my store. And I looked around, I usual bypass YSL. But the Loulous caught my eye. But that internal organization was a no for me, those two sections looked too small.
Then I saw the squishy looking leather on the Puffer. And I am definitely obsessed with puffy bags right now. And the leather felt amazing. I also liked the antique gold, which is more muted than the other shiny golds in my collection. Then I saw the price! I had no idea YSLs were past $3K these days. I was like yup out of budget, but so cute!
And the Puffer was still in the back of my head.
And I remembered that Coach was doing a sale, and I had previously looked at the mini Madison bags, but never the larger one. So it was worth it to check that out too! It might do the trick and be in budget.
And then I decided to check out secondhand Puffers, and found one at a price I was OK with.
So quickie comparisons: - The Puffer holds the most, then Kira, then Madison. Madison is much slimmer than the other two, but has a rear pocket. - The Madison has a flap pocket, which I didn't realize. And is the reason that my old dream bag, Chanel 2.55, fell off the list - way too many compartments, particularly the double flap annoyed me. I still think it is pretty, but if I had it I wouldn't use it much for that reason. And probably lose stuff in that pocket. - The Madison faux suede lining is very very nice, much nicer than others I have seen from Coach. - The Kira lining seems really durable, and super thick and stiff canvas lining. - The Puffer also has a canvas lining, but it is smoother.
As for the lambskin comparison - YSL leather wins by a bit, it is very soft and supple. The Coach Heart bag comes in next, this leather is almost as soft as the YSL one. The TB leather is a softer, and feels thinner than the Coach, but the Coach Madison is a lot more supple and has more sheen. It is also thicker than all the others, and thicker than the Heart bag.
And this ends this long tale of 4 lambskins. I am returning the Madison and the Kira! The Puffer works better for me and holds more stuff. I'll comment with the contents.
2023.06.07 06:17 Syros99 Really struggling to find Chaos bikers and warp talons/raptors
I’ve been hunting for over a week now and cannot find any good prints that feel chaos-ey. I’m trying to fit them in with the ravaged star minis that are on the way and I’m looking for some more “corrupted” options for the bikes and jet pack bois. Any help would be wildly appreciated!
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2023.06.07 04:41 thejdam3256 I have severe driving anxiety and it's ruining my life
I (22M) live in a photogenic, good ol' western American suburb, still rocking my childhood bedroom in my parents' house (thanks rent prices). Growing up, I never needed to worry much about transport (or even thought about it at all, really), my elementary school is literally next to my subdivision, and any other place I visited regularly was either a 10 minute walk or 5 minute ride in my parents' cars; there was no inbetween. But, I'm not a kid anymore. I'm in my twenties. I have my own life (even if it doesn't feel like it), responsibilities and expectations. Problem is, I'm severely stunted by my stubborn, infuriating inability to operate a car. I started feeling it a little bit before I got my permit, but I chalked it up to just me being nervous. When I actually started driving, though, I never shook it, never "got used to it," never felt the godawful stress symptoms or negative opinions on it fade in any way. They only got worse and worse and now they're crippling, despite my effort and hours upon hours of forcing myself to do it.
I got my license out of pure spite and luck, and sometimes I seriously consider giving it up and just having a state issued ID so there's no expectation of me to drive. But I shut those thoughts down because I wouldn't be able to completely escape the horrible feelings anyway. In the years since, my intrusive thoughts and nauseating anxiety has bled into simply riding in a car in general, so having the ability to legally drive in an emergency situation would be nice, I guess.
It's difficult to describe how I feel when driving in a way that makes perfect sense to other people because my anxiety (fear? phobia?) is inherently irrational, and that makes it all the worse because the non caveman part of my brain recognizes that. So I guess I'll just ramble and push enter a couple of times when I'm done and maybe it'll make sense. I need to try and justify myself in a medium where I can think about what I'm saying so I don't sound absolutely insane and completely embarrass myself like I've done before.
Cars feel too big. I could be driving the smallest little Beetle or Mini, and the thing would still feel as big as a fucking continent. Even imagining driving one of those huge fuck off death machines called a pickup truck sends me into a spiral. The wheel being off center makes me feel like there's this, like, mass that's stuck to my side and I'm afraid I'm gonna smash into something whenever I turn right. You know that vertigo effect they do in movies? Where they move the camera backwards and zoom in at the same time when looking down a long hallway? That's similar to what it feels like looking across the hood of a car from the driver's seat to me. Like, the hood is so fucking long and it could be hiding anything behind it even though I know it isn't. I guess it makes me look at the road at least. Not to mention backing up, Jesus Christ backing up is a nightmare. Thank god for back up cameras.
Going at any decent speed makes me feel sick. Thinking about how fast I'm going on the highway, especially since I've been outside of a car on it and have seen and felt just how fucking fast a car going 60-80 mph is is insane to me. It feels so wrong. My gut feeling is that I should not have the ability to move something this stupidly big weighing literal tons this fast. I cannot fathom the idea of purposefully going over 100 mph in a car. That feels unreal to me. I genuinely don't think I could make myself do that. I get intrusive thoughts of unwittingly slamming into a median or someone materializing in front of me all the time. Imagining the aftermath of those scenarios make me want to puke. Obviously I try not to do that, but sometimes your mind wanders towards it anyway.
There's also just the general symptoms of anxiety and panic I feel when shit gets really stressful (i.e. the highway or traffic jams). My heart beats a million miles an hour, I sweat like a pig and hyperventilate, the works. I've gotten very good at grounding myself and focusing when it gets bad but fuck me it is always an awful experience.
I guess my brain chemistry is just not built for driving. At least I have a robust, efficient and affordable public transportation network in my city, right? No. This is America, baby! Of course, there's no other transport options near my home. The nearest bus stop is a convenient two hour walk away and the bus routes are shit! :) There is a train station somewhat nearby, but guess what? The route is shit and goes nowhere near where I need or want to go and in other cities no less! :) Biking around the stroads here is a fucking deathwish! There's also no bike lane or even a fucking sidewalk on 90% of the roads here! :) So essentially, I'm fucking landlocked. We bulldozed our cities for these dangerous, obnoxious, expensive machines and that is existentially infuriating.
My life has been completely fucked by this stupid, stupid thing I have. I can't get a job that's even a decent distance away, so I'm stuck doing gig work online and odd jobs around the neighborhood for money (and seasonal work for events that set up near my home). Shocker, it isn't much. I save what I can, but I am very poor because I insist on paying my own way for the things I use. I cannot afford a car and I don't even want one in the first place, but I kinda need one. Hey, at least I'm known as the neighborhood handy man? My parents both work jobs where they can be potentially called in at any time, so I need to schedule car use with them and I need to complete trips fast. My parents are very sweet and understanding and I love them to death, but I hate myself every time I need to go somewhere with one of their cars. Not only does it feel like I'm potentially jeopardizing their livelihoods if I get held up for any reason, but with my rambling you read above, it also feels like I'm signing up to get shot in the gut.
My dating life has been nonexistent since high school. I'm sure it makes a great first impression on someone when you can't go out to see them or if you ask them for a ride to the coffeeshop! :)
My group of close friends, god bless their souls, are also 100% understanding of my situation and have been so sweet by offering me rides to their apartment they share to hang out on the weekends. They're like siblings to me (we've all known each other since elementary school) but, again, it feels so wrong to have to rely on them to go places.
It is viscerally embarrassing when I ask them to go somewhere or to slow down on a back road because I feel gross, so I rarely do.
Honestly, I don't know what to do. I have no clue how to approach or start getting over this outside of just driving. But I think it's fairly obvious that I shouldn't be doing it just to do it. I feel like an insufferable leech and I wish I could just make myself go places. I'm not spending $50 on an Uber to the fucking grocery store. Any advice is very welcome because I'm getting really tired of feeling like a child in an adult man's body. I genuinely want to get better and start my life way after I should've. I want to stop telling my friends, "I'm okay," when I'm clearly not. But I'm very happy to have finally said this out loud to someone in a way I wanted. Thank you. God bless the suburbs.
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2023.06.06 23:27 Background_Dot_6957 Anyone ride mini bikes in the 209? CA
If you ride lmk
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