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TravelPod Member ReviewsStatesville KOA
We stop for a overnight stay, they charged us $45 a night for a place to park for 10 hours. Should have stayed in the Wallmart parking lot across the street. I always try to find a place that is not a KOA because they are all way over price.
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OMG could it get any hotter on our first day here. When we went to the store the car indicated 99° but it was too hot to even be outside.
Our friend Tom, who lives in Winston-Salem, came by to visit and we went out to eat. The restaurant would be cooler than the motorhome since the air conditioner has a hard time keeping it cool even with …
Pulled in around 2:30. Glad not to have another extended trip time anytime soon. We had a wonderful trip. Great friends to travel with, would definitely get the Special Ed Posse together again anytime, just not back to Alaska! Statistics are a bit sketchy, but by my feeble calculations, we did the following:
Air Miles 5008
Rail Miles 283
Bus Miles 543
Car Miles 1700
Ship Miles 1240
We were privileged to be able to attend Andy's awards presentation ceremonies today at Hudson Elementary School. It's always a proud moment to celebrate all the children's academic achievement awards, but especially so those of my grandchildren! Andy received awards doe Academic Achievement, Reading and Math Mastery and a special Leadership awards!! Job well done grandson!! Job WELL done! You make me so proud!! ...
... it gains elevation, and the track begins to bank more steeply. They have the degrees of bank indicated on the tarmac and that is important because also along this display, they talk about all of the race tracks that NASCAR uses or has used in the history of the sport. Track facts are listed on the plaques that include the track configuration and banking.
In looking at these race track fact sheets, we found a couple of things wrong. First, ...
... get his hand slapped, and he would have if someone had seen the man with the camera. Surveillance cameras are everywhere, Dean told us.
After our tour of the chassis shop we all headed back up front to the main lobby. Dean thanked us for coming and emphasized how important the fans are to racing. He said that Michael Waltrip personally told him that he should treat the visitors like family when they are here. Dean took great heed of these ...