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... to turn up in numbers:
One part of the circuit I did see was Thunder Valley:
And I could see quite readily that the television tends to flatten out the circuit. The uphill run to the finish line here is better shown in this pic:
But now, back to the original road circuits. I'll send a link shortly with these, but first I've got another pic to send...
... although all drivers escaped unharmed, the final accident bringing out a red flag to stop the race with 8 laps to go. That decision meant that there were 6 green flag racing laps to the finish and the 200,000 plus crowd were rewarded with the second closest finish in race history with American Ryan Hunter-Reay taking the victory. Dinner was at Lindo Mexico where I ate Chorri-Pollo, a dish of chicken, chorizo, beans, rice and tortillas. Top temperature today was ...
... park. Covered bridges are built to protect the wooden bridge deck from the weather. From Columbus is was back north to my home for two nights at the Red Rood Inn motel in Greenwood, Indiana, but not before driving through another covered bridge, the. Bean Blossom bridge, locate just north of Nashville, Indiana. Dinner was taken at the China Wok in Greenwood where I had Sesame chicken before retiring ready for an early start to get to the speedway on Sunday. Temperatures peaked at 81F ...
... and tomatoes. Heavenly.
I was also supposed to pick up our mail from Hugo...those of us on the show have our mail delivered to the circus' home office in Oklahoma and once a week, they package up all the mail and ship it off general delivery to whichever town we're going to be in that Friday. Somehow, something went wrong this time and the package never made it here and no one knows where it is. Hopefully wherever ...
... the water with a gentle spring breeze blowing the leaves made me think of a BCF saying.... This is living! The only down side is it's Easter time and normally Easter means sitting on a beach somewhere with my hilarious family. Last year I watched my brother sky dive and most of the time there are some form of antics between my Mother and Aunty that keeps you laughing for hours. But ...
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