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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!
... you'll know why I'm commenting on this. By phone, Ellie exudes enthusiasm. It almost drips from the phone. She gushes when she speaks (not a criticism). In person, she is the same. She has a huge personality packaged in a very petite frame. She is the official CCL cheerleader (of course there is a role for cheerleaders in CCL) and I'm betting she was a cheerleader in her youth. Ellie led us through some role playing ...
... 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 ...
... 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, ...
... the tour was outside since we were able to see most of the stuff from inside on our own. Dean, at 79 years young, was well versed in what was going on around here. We got to see the race car transporters that move the cars and crew to the various racing venues. He told us that they have two drivers per truck and they drive in five hour shifts, stopping only to get fuel and food. They are getting ready to depart to Michigan for a race next Sunday.