The Blackfork Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Left Tomah Wisconsin early this morning knowing we had another long day of driving. Goal was to get home around 8:00 PM and we made it right on the dot! It felt good to walk into the house. It did not feel like we had been gone for 40 days! Speedometer says we traveled 10,000 miles! WOW! We sure saw many, many wonderful sights. Makes us so appreciative of this great country ...
... to the dealership and found out a wheel bearing went out! A little unusual with a car with less than 10,000 miles, but was repaired under warranty.
We sure did see a lot of trucks today. Wow, they are everywhere the further East that we drive.
There was one interesting thing that we did see today at a roadside rest area. It was ...
... as we did some highway speed laps to familiarize everyone with the proper line around the track. Tires at 30/36, as I was making a adjustments with a hard to use tire gauge.
For the second session, tires at 30/30 thanks to a much better gauge. And what a session it was. Things started out a bit quicker than anticipated as I fell off the back of my group. Several laps later, I fell in with a new group. Being out on the track on ...
... with hills, dips, blind corners and a need to get things right for a fast lap.
I've been here many times to watch the ALMS race. I saw the first overall P2 victory when the DHL Penske Porsche RS Spyder beat an Audi P1 car. I've seen Flying Lizard win in GT2 and saw Falken Tire win an exceptionally wet race in GTE.
Compared with the rest of the folks here the night before I am an anomaly. Having ridden up on the bike with ...
This morning we woke up later than we planned and finished up packing odds and ends. We said our farewells to Bella and seriously considered puppy-napping her and stealing her off to Canada. With heavy hearts we got into the car around 11 and started our journey up north with multiple considerations of turning around and getting her. The drive was uneventful, we drove through Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and ended in Ohio were we slept in out car. ...