Killing myself is a good description. E3 is always a killer deadline, but this is worst than most. I got maybe 8 hours of sleep total last week.Hi Eric, haven't chatted with you in a while. Hope all is well and you're not killing yourself at work.
Yeah, I thought about doing that, but may not depending on how tired I am from the show and the work leading up to it. Additionally, my wife hasn't seen me much and she doesn't seem to keen on spending my first days of freedom by going on drives with a bunch of people. I totally understand.I was cruising through the S2000 forum and noticed they are having a meeting on the 19th of May.
If I go to any of the meets, I'll attempt the NSX one. I'm not to dissin' the S2000 owners, just feel I'm going to be more refreshed by Sunday.Are you still planning on going to that one and the NSX meet on the 20th?
My wife and I had the same reaction after participating in only the morning segment of Canyonball last year. In future runs, I'll probably take it a bit easier.That Palomar Run I went to was tiring. By the end of the day I felt like I had been through boot camp.
I had a fantastic casual Easter Sunday cruise up Mullholland Hwy to Malibu with just one other car. I know my wife prefers the less aggressive driving and it certainly is less stressful. I'll post pictures on my website as soon as I get a chance to have them developed.
That's one of the things I enjoy most about these drives. I'd rather take casual cruises to nice destinations and socialize than treat each drive as a track event.We had lunch and they're good people.
I've briefly entertained the idea of just showing up at the meeting place of the S2000 gathering, but NOT participating in the drive...since they're so close by. But I doubt I'd be able to go on both drives.I'm unsure if it's overzealous to try and make both.what do you think?
BTW, I finally got my custom plates...take a wild guess what I got
--akira3D ('00 NSX-T red/black #113)
"Reality is better than the dream..."