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We completely jinxed it yesterday by stating we had been lucky with the weather. Rain, rain, rain today. In fact, so much rain that, we suspect, water is coming into the car pushed up through the crack in our wind shield. It will get replaced in the coming week.
We left Gatlinburg, Tennessee this morning, and drove through the middle of ...
... It was all really interesting! Don joined Claudia and myself for my NASCAR Experience that Claudia gave for my birthday the month before. What an experience! The pictures tell the story. Thanks Don for some great photos! We met Don and Trish for great brunch along side Lake Norman. While on the road we decided that we weren't quite ready to go home ...
... sister and her husband hosted a giant reception for said wedding (in their back yard). Two weeks after the beach wedding. Huge party. Super fun!
- Survived two snow "storms" in North Carolina!
- Did a weekend away at a Carolina Hurricanes game. First NHL game for the kids!!!
- I was lucky enough to be invited by Alan to our friend's Josh's wedding to Courtney in Indiana. Super fun weekend!
- Our kids attended two sleep over camps for ...
Ok, so today we have a really boring update - we drove.
We set out from Washington this morning with the view of making it to Greensboro in North Carolina. But after lunch today we made a decision to press on to Kannapolis or Concord for the night. As we were discussing out options, it made sense to do 2 nights in the heart of Nascar country, and do a solid 5 hour drive to Savannah on Friday morning. So as it plays out, we have all day tomorrow in Charlotte to visit race ...
Another beautiful morning in the campground... and a walking tour of downtown Asheville. Then the drive across the mountains into central North Carolina on I-40 -- crossed the Eastern Continental Divide and then a six-mile very steep downhill stretch. At Hickory I turned south and drove through the small town of Maiden to ...