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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... day early to get ready. He said he has a mobile kitchen and doesn't use any local ingredients (they are all flown in... I guess you don't want to risk the players getting sick!). I asked him for trade secrets, and he said it's all pretty basic: lots of protein, lots of carbs, some fat. I told him he could write a cookbook and become famous, and he laughed and said that would violate his contract. Oh well! Then ...
We completely jinxed it yesterday by stating we had been lucky with the weather. Rain, rain, rain today. In fact, so much rain that, we suspect, water is coming into the car pushed up through the crack in our wind shield. It will get replaced in the coming week.
We left Gatlinburg, Tennessee this morning, and drove through the middle of ...
... 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.
... 15 miles left we were all dragging pretty hard; it was so hot and we were so tired. We'd been passing quite a few ponds and when we came up to another one I asked her what she thought and she said she was game. So all three of us pulled off the road, parked our bikes, undressed slightly (we were still in bras and shorts) and dove on in. The water felt absolutely fantastic. It was so wildly refreshing, I felt immediately rejuvenated. After about five minutes of swimming a woman came ...
Today's ride started out rough. It was one of those morning's, where, had I been at home and not had 30 other teammates counting on me to bike that day, I would have probably bailed on my ride and slept in instead. I was exhausted from two super epic build days and 82 miles with some good climbing wasn't super enticing at 545am this morning. I rolled out ...