The Unicycle Chronicles, Part I: Some Assembly Required

12.27.2010 | 1:51 pm

The Runner got me a unicycle for Christmas. Which is awesome, for two reasons:

  1. I have always wanted a unicycle. Like, since I was a kid. And yet, in spite of the fact that unicycles are pretty inexpensive (especially compared to the cost of some of the bikes I currently own), I have never owned a unicycle. So this is a realization of a childhood dream.
  2. I did not expect to get a unicycle. When’s the last time you got a present that really caught you off-guard and simultaneously opened a whole new world of possibilities? And also, probably, a whole new world of bruises and and abrasions, short-term-wise.

There was, however, a small problem. Here’s what the unicycle looked like, when I unwrapped it:


Yeah. It arrived in a box.


I am not a good mechanic. In fact, I think it’s safe to say that the only way I could be a worse mechanic would be if, when I went about assembling something, I instead wound up deconstructing said object into its constituent molecules.

And so, I did not open the box on Christmas day. For I was afraid.

Similarly, I did not open the box on the day after Christmas. For I continued to be afraid.

This morning, then, The Runner asked, “So, are you ever going to assemble this unicycle, or do I have to take it to Racer’s and have him build it for you?”

“I’ll build it today,” I said. By which I meant, “I’ll open the box and if there are more than two or three parts, I’ll take it to Racer’s myself.”

The Difference Between Feet and Inches

Normally, opening a bike box sends me into a cold sweat. I mean, it’s like opening a trunk of a car and finding a dismembered body. At least, I assume that’s what it’s like, seeing as how I have never actually opened a trunk and found a dismembered body. Which I am totally OK with, by the way.

Anyway, they’re at least similar to the extent that in either case I recognize most of the parts, but there’s no way that I’m going to be able to put them back together again.

You know, the more I think about it, the less I like the analogy I started with here. Could I just call a comedy mulligan and say something like, “Opening a box full of bike parts makes me feel woozy.”

Thanks, I think that’s much better.

In this case, regardless, the wooziness was not a factor, because there just aren’t that many parts to a unicycle. Attach the wheels and the fork to the body, attach the pedals to the cranks. You’re done.

And yet I still managed to screw it up.

You see, one of the steps in the instructions was to tighten a set of four bolts to a maximum of 45 pound-inches. So I got out my torque wrench — yes, I actually do own a torque wrench — and set it to 45 pound-feet.

You see the problem here?

Well, as it turns out, 45 pound-feet is considerably different than 45 pound-inches. Like, twelve times as much.

And so it should come as no surprise that I snapped the first bolt I was supposed to tighten, clean in half.

At which point I figured out my mistake, did some math (45 pound-inches is 3.75 pound-feet), found a replacement bolt (to my amazement I had one on-hand that was a perfect match), and finished assembling the unicycle without incident.

Check it out:


So now I’m the proud owner of a unicycle, which I assembled all by myself. So now I kinda know how Luke felt after building his own lightsaber.

So far, though, I have not tried to ride it.

That comes next.

I am afraid.


  1. Comment by Heidi | 12.27.2010 | 2:00 pm

    So, how many dismembered bodies have you dealt with? Anything the authorities need to share?

    How cool to a receive a complete surprise – congratulations to the Runner for her success in gift giving!

  2. Comment by Beans Baxter | 12.27.2010 | 2:03 pm

    Don’t feel bad about the pound-inches vs. pound-feet thing. I did that once on a water pump bolt for our minivan. I had to drill a hole in the sheared bolt that was now stuck in the engine block.

    You don’t know nervous until you’re aiming a drill bit at the engine of the sole source of transportation for your family and you know you don’t have the money to pay somebody else to fix your mistake. Fortunately, all ended well and I ended up using my calibrated forearm for the torque on the other water pump bolts.

  3. Comment by AMR | 12.27.2010 | 2:08 pm

    I see kids riding unicycles in the park near our place all the time. How tough could it be?

  4. Comment by owen | 12.27.2010 | 2:13 pm

    that is a great gift!! I grew up riding a unicyle and it turns out my wife did as well. We picked up a old one at a garage sale last year and after 25 years we both can still ride one. Once you find your balance sweet spot it will be easy for you – then you’ll take it off road. Start by holding onto a wall and pushing off – its like being on rollers for the first time you just have to let go and do it. Enjoy!

  5. Comment by Genaro O | 12.27.2010 | 2:14 pm

    You cannot go wrong with a unicycle. Have fun and let us know how it goes.

  6. Comment by matt | 12.27.2010 | 2:18 pm

    Welcome to the dark side. 20 minutes a night, every night for a month, and you’ll be riding that sucker like a champ. You learn to ride the unicycle over the next month, and I’ll learn how to ride my rollers. Deal?

  7. Comment by Clydesteve | 12.27.2010 | 2:19 pm

    Hmpff. Tell me when you can ride that thing on the rollers!

  8. Comment by Mike Roadie | 12.27.2010 | 2:22 pm

    ……and said unicycle might become one of 2011’s treasured raffle prizes???

  9. Comment by Kendall | 12.27.2010 | 2:29 pm

    I have two in my basement, a 24″ and a 20″. still don’t know how to ride them. need to learn how to one of these days. Once you master said single-wheeled contraption, you need to go to Moab for the Moab MuniFest

  10. Comment by Jojo88 | 12.27.2010 | 2:29 pm

    Mountain unicycling. One of my friends started a club and have some crazy videos of them doing jumps.

  11. Comment by Joel | 12.27.2010 | 2:32 pm

    SO much awesomeness…I’ve wanted one for a while. Now if you were to issue a challenge like, say, a uni-ride for attendees of the Davis LiveStrong ride I might have to get off my rear…

  12. Comment by Dan in Sac | 12.27.2010 | 2:42 pm

    Nice. Now slap a 29′er on that baby and take it off-road.

  13. Comment by traildiva | 12.27.2010 | 2:44 pm

    PLEASE tell me there will be video of you learning to ride the unicycle : )

    What a great present!

  14. Comment by Tracy | 12.27.2010 | 2:48 pm

    Will you be doing 100 Miles to Nowhere on this new toy?

  15. Comment by Donna | 12.27.2010 | 2:52 pm

    “unicycles are pretty inexpensive”, however hospital bills are not!

    Be careful living a childhood dream. :)

    For me, at 43, my childhood dreams stay in my childhood. :)

  16. Comment by Kendall | 12.27.2010 | 3:00 pm

    didn’t realize that the Moab MuniFest was no longer when I commented before. I went there in 2006 with my brother. Slickrock on a Muni is something to see.

  17. Comment by Chris | 12.27.2010 | 3:00 pm

    My son rides a uni. While learning he fell off dozens and dozens of times. never got a scrape! It is the only wheeled thing I will let him ride without a helmet. I bet you don’t even break any bones! :-)

  18. Comment by AllisonH | 12.27.2010 | 3:07 pm

    Aha! This is a skill I actually have and can share wisdom…. My ability to ride a unicycle (learned when I was 12) is one of those ‘fun facts’ I always throw out at corporate retreats when asked to share something that no one knows about you.

    “I can ride a unicycle”

    This statement is always met with blank stares and total silence as I do NOT look like someone who can ride a unicycle. I look like someone who can ride an elephant and not anything much smaller than that.

    But I can. Here’s your tip: DON’T STOP pedalling! That sounds simple, and it is, except our brains cannot quite take it in, especially when you have put a zillion miles on a bike where you can and often do not pedal.

    Keep pedalling… eventually you get good enough to stay in place by tiny little back and forth movements… but don’t get cocky and try for that right away. Sit up straight and just keep pedalling. And for the love of god, make sure someone IS filming this for the rest of us. Pay-per-view the event and your Livestrong donations for Davis will be a done deal!

    Speaking of under the Christmas tree…. check out the custom bike Santa left under our tree! Can we claim this is the first Team Fatty-Livestrong tandem bike? Or does someone else have one too?

  19. Comment by stuckinmypedals | 12.27.2010 | 3:07 pm

    I like where this is going, yep, I like it a lot! Tell the Runner thanks for all the stories that are sure to come from her fantastic gift!

  20. Comment by Brandon | 12.27.2010 | 3:09 pm

    I once was climbing the last hill out of Slickrock and all of a sudden there were hundreds of people on unicycles riding everywhere on the slickrock. I looked around to see if there was circus music playing anywhere, but none was to be found. I was amazed with their wide 2.5-3.0 tires how they could ride the terrain. Good Luck!

  21. Comment by axel in texas | 12.27.2010 | 3:18 pm

    welcome to the club – I got my unicycle 5 years ago when I turned 40.
    Here is how I learned: set up two rows of chairs so that they line a path – seats facing out, backs facing in. You on your unicycle will move along that path and hold on to the backs as much as needed – turn around at the end and do it again. 15 minutes a day. Gradually as you can, reduce your reliance on the chairs.
    Don’t waste your time trying to ride with too little support and constant falls – that doesn’t train your balance.
    When things go wrong you hop off and the unicycle falls. Saddles and pedals will suffer, not you. At least as long as your are just trying to go forward.

  22. Comment by judi | 12.27.2010 | 4:27 pm


    my husband can ride a unicycle. it’s fun to watch. have fun. happy holidays to you and your family…

  23. Comment by karen s | 12.27.2010 | 5:00 pm

    Our neighbor has a couple unicycles and most every Friday as cycling friends gather in our cul de sac before our Breakfast Ride, he comes wheeling in….amazing us all. “Try it; you’ll like it.” says Mikey.

    PS..we are signing up for Team Fatty Davis today….can’t wait! (It’s gonna be hot…and I AM talking about the temperature in the Valley in July!)

  24. Comment by CHAS | 12.27.2010 | 5:02 pm

    Careful. A friend says he will have trouble becoming a father because he rode a unicycle too much.

  25. Comment by axel in texas | 12.27.2010 | 5:15 pm

    100 miles to nowhere on a unicycle would do that to a man, CHAS.

  26. Comment by Travis | 12.27.2010 | 5:16 pm

    Now all you need is some clown shoes, a fluffy wig and some juggling apparatus (flaming bowling pins, running chain saws etc) and you can hire out for kids parties. It’s a slippery slope Fatty, soon you’ll be checking out metal detectors and planning treasure hunting parties… say it ain’t so!

  27. Comment by Garmon | 12.27.2010 | 5:53 pm

    Luke built his own lightsaber? Wow, I missed that. It must be in some Star Wars apocrypha or something. (Or I’m way less geek than I thought)

  28. Comment by Peter | 12.27.2010 | 5:57 pm

    It appears to either have a comically tiny wheel or a comically huge banana seat! Either way, we fully expect a video set to the tune of Benny Hill.

    And Fatty, I wish you many soft landings while you learn to ride that.

  29. Comment by John Hansen | 12.27.2010 | 6:12 pm

    Leadville on the uni……

    you will be way faster on the hike a bike sections

  30. Comment by Ronan | 12.27.2010 | 6:57 pm

    Can you juggle? Because that would be so awesome on a unicycle! (first you have to learn to ride the unicycle of course…)

    PS @ Garmon: It was the green one in RotJ after luke lost his in cloud city. Darth Vader makes reference about the design after Luke allows himself to be captured on the second moon of Endor.

  31. Comment by Eric | 12.27.2010 | 7:05 pm

    Speaking as a guy who has in fact discovered a dismembered body in a trunk (just to be clear here, I was a police officer, not Frankenstein’s assistant) it probably is best to just gloss over that analogy.

  32. Comment by Bykjunkie | 12.27.2010 | 7:07 pm

    Oh there better be some video of the first attempts.

  33. Comment by Uni-Tom | 12.27.2010 | 7:34 pm

    Congratulations, Fatty. Take it as a sign that you’ve finally become a highly-skilled bicyclist. Once you get good enough, it’s time to lose the training wheel.

    The key to learning is to tackle it a little bit each day, and just keep at it. It’s like a toddler learning to walk…over time, you get further and further between crashes. But generally you don’t get hurt…think about the balance dynamics. Most falls, the unicycle goes flying and you land on your feet.

    Way to go to The Runner!!!

  34. Comment by SierraSlim | 12.27.2010 | 8:14 pm

    I may be the odd woman out, here, but unicyclists always look a little odd to me. Maybe it’s the way they hold their arms out at shoulder height as they balance, but they kind of look like they’re part of the Samba-Dancers on Wheels extravaganza. Now, if you could wear a black-and-yellow Fatty Unicyclist sequined samba outfit while you unicycle, I think a lot of people would pay to see that!

  35. Comment by Todd Bradley | 12.27.2010 | 8:19 pm

    Luke didn’t build his own lightsaber. Ben Kenobi gave Luke his father’s. Remember this?

    “I have something here for you. Your father wanted you to have this when you were old enough, but your uncle wouldn’t allow it. He feared you might follow old Obi-Wan on some damn fool idealistic crusade like your father did.”

    On the topic of unicycles, there is one awesome advantage to riding one: nobody ever thinks to put up a “No unicycles” sign. Next time you’re walking through the park, look for the signs that say “No bicycles, no pets, no roller blades” and so on. I’ve NEVER seen “No unicycles.”

    Well, sure, Luke’s dad built Luke’s FIRST lightsabre. But then Luke’s dad got all snotty and cut off Luke’s hand in the second movie, which was a twofold problem, because Luke happened to be holding that lightsabre at the time. Hand lost, lightsabre lost. In the third film, Luke’s lightsabre is a new one he’s constructed himself. – FC

  36. Comment by Gordon In Melbourne | 12.27.2010 | 8:38 pm

    I ride bicycles and motorbikes, so how hard can it be ????? Very very very hard ….at first. This is coming from the bloke who was trying out a new set of lights last night, rode off part of the driveway and stopped next to the lounge window, well sort of stopped, more so elbowed the window and broke it, no blood but I think I need an x-ray of my purple arm. The replacement window will cost more than the light.

    Don’t be afraid to actually put weight on the seat, my first tendancy was to sort of stand on it which doesn’t work.

    People that juggle and ride a unicycle are show offs, tried once and never again.

  37. Comment by frank | 12.27.2010 | 8:54 pm

    people who juggle while watching kids movies like star wars scare me

  38. Comment by AK Chick | 12.27.2010 | 9:24 pm

    I love it! That is awesomesauce! Video please, please, please! :)

    AllisonH – that tandem bike is PURE AWESOMESAUCE! Love it! Nice Fatty stickers too.

    Eric. Oh. My. Gosh. That. Is. Wrong. Ick.

  39. Comment by davidh-marin,ca | 12.27.2010 | 10:10 pm

    Love the unicycle,and expect you to be speeding along soon. Saw two riders at RAGBRAI 2009 riding their Uni’s the entire 425 miles. I’ll expect no less of you. Start with your ’small’ wheel then move up to the 30″ wheel, and remember to add the aero bars. Yes, aerobars on a unicycle. See the Ragbrai video here:
    Hope to have my 10yr old stoker ready by Davis on our new Fatty/Livestrong Tandem

  40. Comment by Bridget in Minnesota | 12.27.2010 | 10:22 pm

    Make sure to have the back pedal lower than the half-way point. Step on it and it will raise the front pedal for your other foot. Off you’ll go.

    So much easier than trying to have your first foot do the forward propelling. Save that move for when you are a pro!

  41. Comment by davidh-marin,ca | 12.27.2010 | 10:29 pm

    Seems I failed on the youtube link for Ragbrai Unicycle. Let’s try again:

    Apparently there’s a 36″ er out there as well and this guy claims only three days practice I hope these work.

  42. Comment by Squirrelhead | 12.28.2010 | 12:00 am

    Congrats on the new toy and good luck learning to ride it. It looks like it would be a lot of fun.

  43. Comment by KevinE | 12.28.2010 | 12:48 am

    Slap some Race Face or at least XT cranks on that sucker to soup it up a bit, maybe a Joplin when you hit the drops. Just saying……….that thing needs some upgrading to make it ride-able. Otherwise, sweet ass ball buster you got there!!!

  44. Comment by Gypsy Fortune Teller | 12.28.2010 | 2:22 am

    You are on a slippery slope.

    I see a recumbent in your future.

  45. Comment by Den | 12.28.2010 | 8:11 am

    Use the force Luke! No I mean really, use the force. Hopefully, it will keep you from falling on your butt…

    have fun!

  46. Comment by Clydesteve | 12.28.2010 | 8:12 am

    Fatty – Thanks for setting the record straight about Luke’s light saber. That needed to be said.

    In the end, the nerds win.

  47. Comment by Dave | 12.28.2010 | 8:32 am

    Hey Fatty did you know that cycle only has one wheel. Have fun.

  48. Comment by Bill | 12.28.2010 | 8:48 am

    Really? 45 or so comments in and nobody picked up on the “fear” comment? Like…”Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to the DARK SIDE…”

    Really? For shame geeks!

    But in all seriousness…pretty cool Fatty!

  49. Comment by owen | 12.28.2010 | 9:32 am

    no bolts for water bottle cage? your going to have to use your camelback I guess

  50. Comment by rmullen | 12.28.2010 | 9:58 am

    Okay, since the topic has been broached, let’s make sure we get the exact quote out there.

    [Upon igniting Luke's light saber] Darth Vader: I see you have constructed a new light saber. Your skills are complete. Indeed you are powerful as the Emperor has foreseen.

    Then of course there is;
    [Upon reading Fatty's blog] Reader: I see you have constructed a new unicycle. Your skills are complete. Indeed you are powerful as you have always (sarcastically) stated.

  51. Comment by Brian H | 12.28.2010 | 10:08 am

    Does anyone else see the humor in the fact that Fatty over Torqued a Torker!

  52. Comment by Haven (KT) | 12.28.2010 | 10:38 am

    There’s a guy here in Tigard who commutes by uni. It’s pretty awesome, and I always end up smiling after I see him.

    I’m sure you’ll pick it up in no time. After falling off a bunch.

    Re: Lightsabers: all padawans are required to build their own lightsabers. Mostly, I think, because most padawans don’t have full-fledged Jedi Knights as their fathers.

    Yes. I am a geek.

  53. Comment by Aaron | 12.28.2010 | 12:10 pm

    Awesome. Check out for a friendly, highly skilled, and helpful community. I expect to see a “fatcyclist” username there soon. I also expect that a mountain unicycle (muni) and 36er will be joining your stable in the not-too-distant future. Oh, yeah, and a Schlumpf hub — will it be in a 26er, a 29er, or a 36er? Probably all three…

    Of course, you’ll have to make the big decision of whether to go aluminum (Kris Holm) or titanium (Triton) on your next unicycle(s). And you thought unicycles were inexpensive.

  54. Comment by Randy | 12.28.2010 | 12:11 pm

    Hey Fatty, I’ve got some clipless pedals I could send you. You won’t look like everyother uni out there.

  55. Comment by Mark | 12.28.2010 | 12:25 pm

    You may be afraid, Fatty, but I am giddy with the anticipation of future posts about your adventures!

  56. Comment by Noel | 12.28.2010 | 1:52 pm

    Now you just need 10 or so hours and a wall or fence to start next to. Then pretty soon you’ll be riding the trails on a Kris Holm 29in mountain unicycle (muni). My local trails aren’t very challenging on a bike, so several of us occasionally ride them on a unicycle. Obstacles that you float over on a mountain bike become challenges to find the best path over.

    The Torker LX is a good starting point, but don’t judge unicycling by it’s seat. Kris Holm seats are _much_ more comfortable.

    Oh, and someone did the first 25 miles of Leadville on a muni this year:

  57. Comment by Dan O | 12.28.2010 | 2:27 pm

    Juggling lessons should be included with every unicycle purchase.

    The inches/pound screw up reminds me of the Stonehedge scene in Spinal Tap.

    Don’t crank the unicycle up to 11…..

  58. Comment by David B | 12.28.2010 | 5:53 pm

    I got one last Christmas and I still haven’t made the commitment to actually learn to ride. I guess I have too now. Maybe you should start another challenge.

  59. Comment by Kathleen@ForgingAhead | 12.28.2010 | 6:31 pm

    Wear a helmet. And elbow pads. And knee pads. Don’t forget safety gloves. Can you unicycle on a mattress? I’d be so afraid to try one of those. Be careful!

  60. Comment by Jenn | 12.29.2010 | 5:26 am

    I think is not a coincidence that you are married to a nurse. That’s the universe, looking out for you.

  61. Comment by Paul | 12.29.2010 | 9:36 am

    Well, I am looking forward to your account of riding the unicycle in the next Leadville 100 or 100 miles of nowhere!!

  62. Comment by Matt | 12.29.2010 | 10:48 am

    Here’s to not spitting chicklets onto the pavement during your learning curve!

  63. Comment by fbhidy | 12.29.2010 | 12:31 pm

    Really? Really?

    No one commented on the irony of the brand of unicycle and Fatty’s failure to convert his lb-ft to lb-inch torq values?

    Maybe that’s just the science teacher in me….

    Fatty you need to get an “over” sticker to past in front of the “Torker” sticker on the fork.

  64. Comment by dave | 12.29.2010 | 1:12 pm

    nice practice practice practice. Here is some inspiration for you

  65. Comment by owen | 12.29.2010 | 4:38 pm

    99.99% of the time you will land on your feet when you fall off so no big deal. And you will learn to catch the seat while you are “dismounting” which will save wear and tear on it.

  66. Comment by Anonymous | 12.29.2010 | 4:46 pm

    “Attach the wheels and the fork to the body, attach the pedals to the cranks. You’re done.”

    err… don’t you mean “wheel”

    otherwise, you’re doing it wrong.

  67. Comment by VA Biker | 12.29.2010 | 10:35 pm

    N•m are N•m around the world. Dang US Customary units, indeed. I’ve made conversion or reading errors like that, too. Bring on the the poundals or slugs!

  68. Comment by Jonny | 12.30.2010 | 2:29 am

    I can relate to this post – not because I’ve ever built a unicycle, but because I also am a complete amateur when it comes to assembling things and usually make a mistake or two. I’m never really afraid of messing it up, but more that I know I’m going to get annoyed with myself! However, I’m determined to do more and more bike maintenance myself during 2011.

  69. Comment by Erik | 12.30.2010 | 9:23 am

    I know you’re a glutton for single-speed punishment, but I don’t think that unicycle will make a good bike for Leadville. Just sayin’.

  70. Comment by Arienna | 12.30.2010 | 3:15 pm

    This is brilliant! I’ve been looking for a good mechanical disadvantage to inflict on my young man (he’s much, much fitter than I am). Usually I make him carry a backpack full of ‘essential’ supplies, throw sand in his derailleurs, and occasionally kick him…

    But getting him on a unicycle might be much more entertaining. :D

  71. Comment by Mike | 12.30.2010 | 4:04 pm

    Riding home yesterday I passed a 60ish gent on a uni with a death grip on the stop sign pole…uni lessons anyone?

  72. Comment by Tenntrace | 12.31.2010 | 9:38 am

    Does it help if I tell you my daughter (10) learned to ride a unicycle in 4th grade and it didn’t take her long? As another poster said, one month of 20 min/day practice should get you there. P.S. – she also learned juggling and by the end of the school year there were a few kids who could juggle AND ride the unicycle at the same time.

  73. Comment by Russell | 12.31.2010 | 1:25 pm

    I rode a unicycle all through high school and loved it. A few years ago a friend’s kid had one so I thought I would jump on for a ride for old times sake. I nearly broke my neck.

  74. Comment by Steve Z | 01.1.2011 | 10:11 am

    Good luck. For some inspiration check out unigeezer’s videos on youtube:

    Talented guy! He did a 100 mile ride last year, so there is a possibility of a 100 Mile Ride to Nowhere!!

    Steve Z

  75. Comment by Brian Cox | 01.2.2011 | 3:14 pm

    Unicycle! I fell from it once and I broke my ancle. Be careful!

  76. Comment by eeeeeeeeeevilbanks | 01.2.2011 | 5:16 pm

    Man, I’ve always wanted a unicycle as well. Nice!

  77. Comment by roan | 01.2.2011 | 7:21 pm

    Hummm…a few nice days out of reach of cell phones & computers. just catching up on my favorite blogsite(well in the top 3 anyway).
    Above is an entry by a Uni-Tom, basic advice for your next venture in the world of ss wheeled vehicles.
    I wonder if uni-Tom is Tom B. of Issaquah, WA who did the 2010 100 MoN, I went back and he set set the standard for you. You need to beat 100 miles in 11 hours.

  78. Comment by Fuzzy | 01.5.2011 | 8:36 am

    Yo Fatty!

    Happy New Year and all that jazz.

    I can sympathise with your trepidation. I have been in the position of opening both a new bike box and a body (very dead and smelly though not dismembered) containing car boot (trunk to you). Give me the car boot any day.

    I would love to get a unicycle. I would also love to get many other N+1’s though (penny farthing, offroad recumbent trike etc.)

    Have loads of fun learning to ride that sucker.

    Luv ‘n Stuff
    Fuzzy from the UK

  79. Comment by bubbaseadog | 01.5.2011 | 6:00 pm

    wasnt that a landspeeder luke bilt

  80. Comment by Jim | 01.5.2011 | 11:02 pm

    Nice emotional rollercoaster you got going there…
    Let me give you a hint… after overcoming that last one (“I am afraid”), you will rediscover the early one
    (“makes me feel woozy”).
    Looking forward to Part 2!

  81. Comment by Greg | 01.25.2011 | 8:27 pm

    Congrats on at least getting it assembled!


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