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- Reduced mobility rooms
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Kitty and Bobby were geared up to hit the pits again today. Eddie and I gave our pit passes to neighboring campers. I could hardly walk after yesterday. I cooked hot sausages for Eddie and Bobby and wrapped them in foil to take to the race. Eddie and I headed to the track about 2:30, hoping we could catch a ride on one of the shuttles-but no luck, so slowly but surely we finally walked the distance to our seats. From our race seats we watched the ZZ Top ...
... flame retardant aprons. During our exploring time in the pits we saw Chad Knaus, Greg Biffle, Jeff Gordon, and Mike Helton. It was very warm down there. They let the fans have a great deal of access and didn't seem to mind all of us gawking at them doing their job. We hiked back through the tunnel and back up to the stands to watch the last 50 laps of ...
... pits at the dirt track. Bobby wanted to touch base with some friends of his from this circuit of drivers. Eddie and I went to Walmart for beer and some groceries. Right inside the entrance Austin Dillon was signing autographs and taking photos with all the young girls in line. When we returned we had dinner and walked to the dirt track. This track was the ...
... overpass and captured some film of a cloud tumbling down the hill.
The tires stop and I tumble up to the southeast ridge of Mountain Gardens to set up camp. First, I meet Peter, an arborist who says Leavenworth Canyon has some spectacular climbing. It is 9am, the moon is sliced in half and a waterfall through the forest runs on uninterrupted by my presence and somehow doesn't run out. "This place is a time warp" I was told a month ago. I need a watch.
... 500 feet of elevation gain in a half mile. At the top we headed
over to the scenic overlook for some pictures then took the Mountain
Loop Trail around the summit to meet up with the Morrow Mountain Trail
to head back down. It was just as difficult going back down - this time
******* the knees instead of the lungs. When we met back up with the
Sugarloaf Trail, we turned right and traveled ...