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May 30, 2022, 8:12 a.m. -  Andy Eunson

Tires. The only thing touching the ground. I explained the importance of good tires to a young woman staying with us last year. She had a bunch of used tires that were pretty worn. But the knobs were rounded off. "They re still good eh?" She said. "T" I said," scratch your chin. Go ahead scratch your chin."  She scratches her chin. "See how you used your nails, now do it without your nails. You just rubbed your chin. This is how new tires work better. They bite the soil. These used tires just rub."  She tossed them. Good new tires are expensive. But cheaper than a couple sessions at physiotherapy dealing with an injury caused by worn out tires.  Smells really do bring back memories. The smell of jet fuel in downtown Vancouver from the float planes brings back memories of working in the far north with helicopters. The smell of diesel recalls working underground for me.

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