1920’s was the golden age of the roller coasters. Over 2000 were built in that time with just a few remaining and still in operation.The example of a roller coaster from this area is the Giant Dipper in Belmont Park in San Diego.This roller coaster opened on July 4, 1925 and was designed and engineered by Frederick Church and Frank Prior.But perhaps the biggest contribution to roller coaster development can be attributed to John Miller. His patented design of underfriction wheel... continue reading
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Time and again bollywood reminds of a dialogue that people keep repeating to each other “Ladkiyan buses jaisi hoti hai... ek jaati hai to doosri chali aati hai” (Girls are like buses, if you miss one bus you can always catch the next one). I don’t know whether this is a pessimist dialogue or something that really solves depression of a heartbroken lover. Thinking about it more deeply made me feel like this whole BUS transportation system works with different characters and entities in all relations.... continue reading
Last summer, when I was 41 years old my husband and I bought ourselves a couple of dirt bikes (motorcycles)I've always wanted to learn to ride a motorcycle ever since I was a young girl.My family was full of children, though and we never had enough money to go around.So, now in my forties, I'm learning to ride.Initially, it was quite challenging.I struggled with kick starting the bike, picking it up when it fell over (its very heavy) and gaining confidence.After many mishaps (smacking... continue reading
Like you all know, you can take many hundreds of pictures before you get the right one.One of my favorite things to do is to ride around the area with my wife and just keep my camera near my side.We will ride for an hour or so taking pictures along the way.Well a week or so ago we were on one such ride when I came to a stop to let some baby geese cross the road, I look left and BAM!!!!There is that perfect picture for me framed and ready to shoot.I took about a dozen at different positions... continue reading
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