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Travel Blogs from Albemarle
... Much worse.
After lunch in Cherokee, on the other side of the Smokies, we drove into North Carolina, our 12th state this trip. Late afternoon, we made it to Lulu's brother's house just outside Charlotte and then had dinner with him and his wife Lisa in Charlotte.
After dinner, we drove on for another half hour to Kannapolis.
... Nascar Hall of Fame, and Charlotte motor speedway. Actually, it was Bec's idea to do the drive in 2 shifts and have a day in Charlotte, so I have to thank her for thinking outside the box on that one.
We managed to split the driving pretty much 50/50 today so we are both a little road weary. No photos either. Photo's of being between 2 semi trailers on the interstate don't make for good viewing. I can assure you that tomorrows photos will make up for the lack of shots today.
This is where we begin our adventure. Our home is in Charlotte. We do leave behind our two girls, their husbands and the three grandchildren, Jeremy, Kaitlyn and Riley. We also leave behind two adorable step grands...Britney and Dillon. We will miss all of them terribly.
South Of The Border.
Ellie and I were not sure where we wanted to eat so we keep driving. We keep seeing this one sign South Of The Border every 10 minute we would see another sign so we decided to go there to see what it was all about.
You grin, speed up, and quickly turn off at the next exit, as if compelled by some otherworldly force. The sombrero is, in fact, Sombrero Tower, landmark of the South Of ...
... 911 and pretty soon a fire truck and ambulance came with lights flashing. Well that put a halt to the music and by the time the EMS were finished examining her, it was almost time for the concert to be finished and people were beginning to leave.
Tomorrow we're on the road again, but only 160 miles, however, we are having "G/G" weighed tomorrow so it may be after 11 before we get on the road. See you tomorrow night from Asheville.