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... 2016 Corvette Stingray, big Chevy's and unusual Toyota's. We got free t-shirts (Chevy ones) a Toyota racing bag, snacks and koozes. We checked out all the merchandise on sale, got a autograph of one of the drivers and watch an interview with another driver. My drooled over some of the large trucks used to transport the cars and spend a good few hours in the rain.
Racing was due to start ...
... reached the visitor centre, through green and very pretty countryside and a bunch of small towns. We took the distillery tour and the first stop was one of the barrel houses containing some 6000 barrels of whiskey slowly aging. We were allowed to poke our heads in the door for a sniff, and oh my gosh it was incredible.
We walked around the plant and learnt a heap of history and how JD is crafted. ...
After a drive of a few hours, we arrived at our motel in the small town of...Hurricane! Thankfully we didn't encounter any severe weather, and I thought of those who must have been affected by the flooding from Hurricane Joaquin. (There is also a place called Tornado somewhere in W. Virginia!)
We had a late dinner after checking into our motel. Again, I had a dinner of ...
Its time for another great adventure and I am all packed and ready to go. I was so glad that I kept a blog of my last trip and had great feedback from those who read it, that I decided to make another one for this trip. My friend (Marie) and I are headed to 3 great countries: France, Italy, and Spain and are excited for it all to start! Flights leave tonight.....tomorrow = ...
... down the hill to make it back on time, well almost. An incredible day of hiking, indeed!
June 20 (Day 6)
Back in the civilization, we spent the night at Brigham City campground. Shower never felt so warm and pleasant before. Plucking cherries from one of the trees in the fruit belt of Utah, we had our last breakfast together, sipping the hot coffee with warm Migas, reminiscing ...