I inflated my unicycle tire finally. At first I got one of those little pumps the kind that people clamp to their bicycle frames. It couldn't handle my tire. My tire takes 85 psi and trying to get there was a killer. Yesterday I got one of those foot pumps and it was able to do the job. Inflating a tire with a pump that has a gauge is still no where close to being exact. You can pump it up to the exact pressure but when you take the connector off you loose an unknown amount of air. In this day and age of exactness why is this still like this? Why hasn't someone fixed it?
I think that I'm already to go juggling at the college today. It has been so long since I been there. They probably think I quit. I'm wearing my smiley jester T-shirt and smiley short pants with a green bandanna. I'm taking my unicycle but probably wont use it this time. Just taking it is a chore that has to be figured out.
That's a good idea. The logistics of packing it around may be more complicated than one might realize. Finding out if things like that are allowed on the bus (if one plans to ride one) would be about the first thing to figure out, even before leaving the house.