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Travel Blogs from South Boston
... road for too long is not comfortable.
The dogs are handling the heat well. We hosed them down and shampooed them yesterday and then we hosed them down again this morning after our run.
Actually Scott ran and I biked and the dogs part ran and part walked(with me) Scott must have lost about 10 pounds by now.
I will attach more pictures today.
Hope everybody is enjoying there last few days of summer.
Kerry & Scott
... to do, after all. All it took was seeing Kens face light up when I mentioned I had found a race to go to, to realize that I had done the right thing.
So, it was off to the South Boston Speedway. Located about 40 miles from our campground it wasn't too far to go for an evening of racing. We were given a 'tentative' schedule. All I ...
... was born in Hanover County, Virginia in 1736, to John and Sarah Winston Henry. John Henry educated young Patrick at home, including teaching him to read Latin. Patrick Henry was a lawyer, patriot, orator, and willing participant in virtually every aspect of the founding of America.
Patrick Henry served in the Virginia House of Burgesses; he was a member of the Virginia committee of Correspondence, a delegate to the ...
... rain to VIR for the second section of the day. This was a typical consistency test. We were required to set our own time for a lap to the circuit, then do two more laps taking the same time. And here we did better, taking a total penalty of 2 seconds.
Thus we ended up 12th overall for the day which was really not brilliant
Accomodation for the night was at the circuit itself and participants were spread across different locations. We ...
... speed of 35 mph along gravel tracks (reduced to this speed from 50 mph at the last minute as the organisers decided that 50 mph was unrealistic!!!). All seemed OK for the first few seconds of bumping down the gravel but then the dodgy trip just stopped counting so that really was the end of that stage for matching the distances and times along the road. We just guessed as we went along and somehow managed to be only 47 ...