I was certainly hoping we could do it this summer, Tom but Sue sold her house in Wisconsin then they moved temporarily into the first house they bought in Ely so the second house across the street that they bought could be painted and the floors sanded then they moved into the second house so the first house could be painted and the floors sanded and it could be listed with a Realtor. Moving boxes, furniture, unpacking and setting up everything has/is eating up the summer. Like I said they are struggling to get it all done as well as get the gardens in shape. The restaurant sounds great. I hope the line up isn't outrageous. A reluctant pup at the vets. Not exactly the stuff dreams are made of. My last dog was a border collie and lab. When she went to the vet it could best be described as passive resistance. However the vet had her number. It was simply amazing when he showed her a cookie how easy she became. Yes, a Barley Pop does help with the creative staring. Practised at Bike Camp as part of the regimen. I can imagine just what the rear wheel was like. I'm interested to see how the rear wheel on the tri car does. I'm planning to leave it on the work bench and let it run while in gear for a while. Then I will be able to inspect it to see how it's wearing in before it's on the ground. When the tri car is finished as you suggested I'm going to gather up all the photos and post them at the end in a separate section. Then I list everything I should have, could have, would have done differently in case someone wants to follow and make one. Just a simple tri car without the copying a period build wouldn't be that hard. I'll have the electric tri car sand blasted and primed and painted in a couple of weeks while the weather is still good. I can assemble it over the winter. Steve.