I'm so happy! Though it's not really that big a thing, as it was primarily highway driving. (700+miles of it) Well, technically it wasn't a single tank, but I'm counting the 2 tanks merged for the sake of accuracy, because I used a different pump that was on level ground rather than the slight slope that I usually have.
First tank was 36 mpg, second tank was 19 mpg (Where I filled up at my normal spot.) But the total of those 2 tanks was 29.7 MPG! WOO!
I'm so happy.
Would have been a hell of a lot better if I hadn't been stuck in 1st for a half an hour in Pittsburgh. Stop and go traffic, so no chance of turning my engine off. A half hour of 2 mpg! GAH!
But still, I got quite nearly a 30 mpg tank! I'm so happy!
I just love old cowboy songs, they tell great stories. Back when men were men, and meant what they said. I have 1000s from the first ever recorded to now.
Our home is on land that was homesteaded 1n 1862. I am considering moving the original cabin onto my property. The owner of that parcel is starting a new house and will probably tear it down otherwise. He is supposed to let me know. I'm only 1/4 mile away so I'm keeping an eye on it.
I do play a little bluegrass music. No singin'. I know what I can and can't do.