Extended Stay America - Charlotte - Tyvola Rd.
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... About 1:30pm we headed to the track (gotta remember over 100,000 people can fit into the stands for racing at Charlotte and the fan zone opened at 2pm. We parked our car reasonably close to the track and by now it was raining pretty consistently.
Phil and I decided to brave it and headed over to the fan zone. FREEBIES! We walked through the fan zone, drooled over big American cars, ...
... The Saturn 5 rocket is the one that sent man to the moon and the most powerful flying machine ever built, an amazing machine.
After a quick stop for a snack it was back to Nashville for our last night in music city. Nashville is awesome. May have to put it on the list to visit again soon.
Thursday saw us up early to drive across Tennessee, into North Carolina (the final stop in our Road ...
... 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 ...
... back up, Gone with the Wind didn't start back where we had left off but only a few minutes into it. I didn't want to watch the whole thing again so I read my book. The rain stopped before we got to the Billy Graham Library but it was wet. Our first order of business was lunch in the Graham Brothers Dairy Barn. We both had Mother Graham's Chicken Salad Sandwich. It was tasty with grapes and pecans in it. After lunch at 1:30 we lined up to ...
... son, during the day. It was extra busy at the restaurant, and they were shorthanded, so Jesus had to play cashier, so our relaxing lunch wasn’t so relaxing, but it did give us a perspective on the daily life of this family. They all work together to get the work done.
While we were eating, some people came from the upstairs portion of the restaurant, and proceeded to walk out the front door. The next thing we heard was a ...