Rose Dale Farm Bed and Breakfast
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Before the morning meetings, I walked a little bit around town, in the cool air, past the FedEx stadium and to Beale Street, the center of the music scene. After a couple of sessions in the morning, I got my rental car (which was a surprisingly slow process -- the guy on duty wanted to wash it twice) and headed out of town. A scenic byway was my destination, and I more or less ...
Tuesday morning we left early on our way back to Charlotte. We have been watching the weather since Sunday and seem to be avoiding the really bad stuff. The worst of the storm went by us on Monday night when we were at the Dutton Show. They made an announcement that they were watching the warnings and if something happened they would lead us down ...
... him. I left my cars with Johnny who offered to take care of them while I am away. Thanks so much to Johnny and Karla for doing this for me. I will let you buy me dinner for the privilege when I return. Wednesday morning, 4:30 a.m. I am in the shower. I don't really need to be up quite this early but woke up anyway. Today my brother-in-law, Danny, and nephew Dewayne will take me to Memphis to catch my flight out of the ...
... br> Compared with yesterday it's a cinch of a day. At dinner we meet 2 newcomers, Dana who did most of the trip in 2010 but was brought down by a fellow rider and broke her elbow and wrist. She has come back with a friend, Sarah, to complete the trip. It's great to have some female company again.
There is talk of a tornado tomorrow. And we thought the weather was crazy in England.
... climbing profile, it turns out to be even harder. Up, down. Up, down. Up down. On and on and on. Cold, wet, miserable and we joke "We paid good money for this!". The last 20 miles are mercifully flatter.
The EFI club lost another member today. Father Bruce got in the van after 21 miles. 3 days now to Nashville and I'm counting the hours!