Actually, they did teach a good course on electronics at the time. Basic, however, was another matter. Don't get me going; sometimes I feel like I'm still recovering.
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I got rained, sleeted and snowed on descending an 8,000' mountain pass in MT two years ago. Some 26 miles of wet, cold downhill. A few days later I descended a 7,300' pass in a pouring, very cold rain. Again, that was in June. In each case there was no shelter from the storm.
On that subject johnsondasw, do you have an opinion on which of Angle Lake Cycle or Burien Cycle might be better a better choice?
I don't have current info on these 2 bike shops. However, Angle Lake Cycle is much closer, in easy walking distance from Seatac. I'd give them a call.
To remedy the reading glass issue, I now wear progressives so I have zero problem with seeing the road, the bike computer, or the bar end mirror that I use. You might wish to consider progressives.
There was a rolled up piece of floor carpet like the carpet in a house. It had legs sticking out from one end. I got the hell out of there and never looked back.