America'S Best Inn Bessemer/Gastonia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I'm sitting in the Charlotte airport on my 8 hour layover, drinking a cold beer and reflecting on the last 10 years. This trip is far and beyond anything I've ever done before, and it is really exciting. Especially since I still don't have half of it planned yet!
I'm going to keep my eyes, mind, and heart open and have a great time!
... s a LOT of Butt Time! Hope you have enjoyed the Blog. We can now remember most of what we did. Lots of good memories, wish the weather had been more cooperative, wish we had seen more wildlife, but what we did find was a bunch of wonderful people. Please check back - as I get more pictures from Bill and Denny, I will incorporate them into the Blog. Thanks for my wonderful Traveling Buddy. Jane is still great to hang out with!!
... the most effective way to engage with Conservatives: First find common ground (alma mater, favorite sports, hobbies etc.) I witnessed a delegate from a southern state advising Lynda Marin, Santa Cruz Group Leader, on the best way to open her lobby meeting with staffers of a Republican Senator from Alabama. Her advice--mention Alabama college football and know the difference between the Crimson Tide and the Auburn Tigers. ...
... tax (http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/07/opin ion/the-case-for-a-carbon-tax.html) it takes you to CCL's website! Every staffer I met with had taken the time to learn about CFAD in preparation for our meetings. CCL is gaining critical mass thanks to the dedicated efforts of individual CCLers like you who spread the word among friends and neighbors in the local community. You should be ...
... them all. Stupid idea if you ask me. Then they throw away the pictures if you don’t buy them. Really silly, and wasteful.
Enough of that, though. After the picture, we began to walk about the four floors of exhibit space. The first floor houses a theater so we actually began on the second floor. The area around the outer edge of the building has an exhibit of race cars in order from older to newer, all on a mock racing track. As you go up ...