BEST WESTERN Albemarle Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking 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 ...
We had pit passes for today's race. Eddie - not interested. He stayed at the coach and then watched the Xfinity race on the tv. Kitty, Bobby and I headed for the pits about 2 o'clock. Pits were open during the race. We got down there through the tunnel before the green flag. We were right there with the tires, and gas cans, and the BIG GAS CAN MEN with ...
Midday, our friend Gary (works at Hendrick's) called and said come over for a tour. Thanks to him we got the " up close and personal " tour of the race shops for the 24, 5, 88, 48. Interesting seeing behinds the scenes work that goes into producing championship cars. Everyone there was friendly. We spent about 90 min. there. Back to camp and Kitty and Bobby took off ...
During the day we checked out some vendors. Then we found a spot so Bobby could fly his drone. He did a great job for being a novice drone pilot. The only blooper was forgetting to take off the lens cap so we have no drone video. We went to the track to watch qualifying, (Kenseth got the pole for the 600), some ladies had a high heel 50 yard race (Wendy Venturini won that race), and a Legends car race (winner - ? ...
... After a quick betting match about who could throw the lead line over a branch ~25 feet up a dying maple, Peter took he cake. Weeding around the wineberries and harvesting Jiaogulan. There are two dogs sniffing about and about two million mosquitos. The bees seem happy even though 1 hive has been lost in the past year. Picking stylophorum diphyllum (celandine-poppy). The orange oozing sap that blotches my hands is an incredible cure for warts..
There is so much here. The ...