Kia Rio Scavenger Hunt

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Can you imagine being chosen to take part in a Kia Rio Scavenger Hunt to meet a famous celebrity in Los Angeles.  Wouldn’t that be a hoot?  These people had the opportunity so they started at the famous Griffith Park Merry-Go-Round which has been a historic landmark since 1937.  Did you know that that is where Walt Disney brought his children before he built Disneyland?

They went to Amoeba Records which is the most famous historic music store in Los Angeles.  Hmmm, I didn’t even know they still had record stores.  Apparently you can buy all of your music there on Vinyl, CD’s and Tapes.  No 8-track?  Next stop, Rodeo Drive where they had to count how many palm trees there were.  That’s not easy to do because you know you can get distracted easily by all the pretty women…  They got to eat at Pink’s Hot Dogs.  I’ve been there, the hot dogs are pretty good I must say.  Their final destination was the Roosevelt Hotel on Hollywood Blvd. where they met their celebrity Christina Milian.

That was a ride, wasn’t it?  I love scavenger hunts and that one was pretty good.  I think it would be cool to go on a scavenger hunt like that to meet a favorite celebrity.  If you were given the chance, which celebrity would you like to meet?  I can think of a few, but I think the one that I would most like to meet is Neil Patrick Harris.  I just think he’s awesome.

Nevermind the scavenger hunt, can you imagine driving a Kia Rio?  They have such awesome features like the USB Jack, bluetooth, navigation, rear camera and most notable UVO Technology from Microsoft.  You know you can have one right?  Just go to the Rio Explorer Page and check out their new 2013 5-door cars.  I think it’s an awesome piece of machinery, I think they should just call it a 5-door awesome.  But that’s just me.

If you and a friend could Zip and Dash anywhere, where woud it be?  I would love to take this car to the beach, any beach is fine by me.

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Bike Cam 2 Video

The video starts out on Manor St. and ends up at China Grade Loop. It takes me about 44 minutes to get to my final destination from the house then after I have rested for about 5 minutes I get back on the bike and head back home. My total round trip ride coming all the way out to here is 22 miles, it takes 2 hours but waiting for the stop lights/signs and my 5 minute break my total time is about 90-95 minutes and my average speed is 14.0-14.3 mph.

At the end it says To Be Continued… As soon as I get used to riding 22 miles per day and it’s not enough exercise then I will be adding more miles by continuing past China Grade Loop on the bicycle trail.