Days Inn Gastonia - West of Charlotte Kings Mountain
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... pretty exciting waking up on this morning, ready to go to a NASCAR night race. We packed everything we needed, warm clothes, raincoats, etc and headed to the Hendrick Motorsport Buildings where we got to see a lot of the race cars from previous years, visited the museum and saw some of the most amazing trophies. They have 4 drivers in the NASCAR series, cars 5, 24, 48 and 88. Each driver has ...
... 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 ...
... but it was good.
We had a mostly good night's sleep, and got up early again. We had to eat breakfast, pack up and check out, and hit the road in time for Heidi to make her 1:15 pm Chemistry class in Mooresville.
We arrived in Mooresville in time to unload the car and take Heidi to class. We took her because at least one of our cars is not running ...
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 = ...
... majestic Grand Teton national park. A couple of us opted for the longish yet fairly easy hike to he Hermitage point, and we were rewarded with some of the most stunning views of the area. Leaving behind the Swan lake and Heron pond, we marched into higher elevations watching the pelicans fly by, surrounded by meadows full of wildflowers and flanked by sharp peaks of the Grand Tetons. The pinnacle of the day was lunch ...