Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Lake Norman
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... But did you know NASCAR's cannot be run on a wet track surface. So after waiting patiently for the majority of the day, watching the rain get heavier and then lighter, we were a but guttered to hear that racing has be postponed until Sunday.
We unfortunately had a plane to catch to Dallas, Texas, no NASCAR racing for us :(
Oh well, got the t-shirt and the cap and a reason to come back! ...
... enjoyed the 30 degree sunshine. Spoke to some locals who were very friendly and more than happy to chat to people with "funny" accents.
From Lynchburg we headed south for another hour and we crossed into the State of Alabama and stopped at Huntsville. The home of the US Space and Rocket Centre, the only place in the world that has a fully stacked Space Shuttle and a standing Saturn 5 rocket (110m ...
... we got one of them fixed yesterday, but not until I had spent a good part of the day playing taxi mom, driving the girls to and from college, piano lessons, and piano teaching. But it worked out fine, and made me appreciate having more than one car).
Thankfully our home hadn't suffered any damage, although all the rain had caused the dead-looking lawns of September ...
Its time for another great adventure and I am all packed and ready to go. I was so glad that I kept a blog of my last trip and had great feedback from those who read it, that I decided to make another one for this trip. My friend (Marie) and I are headed to 3 great countries: France, Italy, and Spain and are excited for it all to start! Flights leave tonight.....tomorrow = ...
... br> The wind was calm at Leesburg which enabled a direct (and easier) departure out of the Washington SFRA. For whatever reason, flight plan opening was more difficult, but ATC were more than helpful as always in providing 'flight following’ to our destination. Routing south of the Blue Ridge Mountains, we followed this southern flank all the way passing the town of Lynchburg about half way. With peaks over 4,000ft on our right, there ...