Heartland Country Resort
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... with our group to go to dinner. We were bussed over to the the Ristorante Alle Due Fontanelli where we had a four-course meal with unlimited wine.
In Italy a full meal consists of several courses and could take a couple hours to eat. The first course is the Antipasto which is an appetizer such as bruschetta, grilled veggies and/or thin-sliced meat. The second course is the Primo piatto which could be pasta, rice or soup. ...
... diverse it really is. We also enjoyed two beautiful weddings and loved being with friends and family. Our week in Texas was so special being with all of our children and grandchildren and their families. Traveling part of the time with our dear friends, Marge & Lee Rhoades, added so much to our adventures. This was truly a trip of a lifetime! Now we have to decide what's ...
... what that should look like.
The result was more speed out of turn 1 and down that straight, more speed through the chicane and into the keyhole. Keep things tidy through the keyhole and then hammer down the back straight. 3rd, 4th, 5th. ******* the stoppers at the first brake maker (500 ft). Lots of time to get things slowed down into Madness. Up and over and back to the far left the track, tap the brakes then into 9. Switch ...
... teachers from Coshocton County, Before long a couple of more retired teachers joined us, also from Coshocton County. We waited a long time before the main group got through with ticketing and security. Shortly after they arrived they started boarding our plane to Atlanta. We left on time at 6:00 and got to Atlanta about 7:30. We had to walk to the train and take it from Concourse A ...
... can't recall the last "recreational activity" I was involved with that didn't have a waiver where the first line read, "You could die doing this activity". At the same time, I have always found the rewards of undertaking such endeavors to far outweigh the risks involved. Most of the time, simple sound judgement and common sense are all that is needed. Perhaps strongly following a few simple, fundamental rules as well.
That then ...