Express Inn & Suites Gastonia
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Stayed over in Charlotte last night. It was our first experience with AirBNB and it went well. Jonathan and his partner were very nice and the room was clean and comfortable. On the other hand our flight experience was not nearly as good. USAir/American Airlines really screwed the pooch. They were asking for volunteers to give up seats and we decided ...
... in Iraq.
We drove on and the GPS took us on a lovely road down to a ferry that the ferryman didn’t want to take us in case we got hung up so back and around to our campsite and ended up, you guessed it –on the other side of the ferry. Really nice campsite.
Day 65.Wednesday 29 July 2015
Our camp was called Fort Boonesborough State Park (Daniel Boone was all through these parts) and today we visited the ...
... her money back, was filing a complaint with whomever and the finders of a stone age axe pushing into my back. Finally mentioned to Jim but he wanted to do what I feared most. Turning around to see what was going no and to give the stare. I was sure either she would rip out my back or somehow send my body flying in space. I kept seeing to sad eyes of the attendant who continually tried to calm down my mortal enemy. Somehow all the other attendants figured out how to be too far away ...
... really don’t work that much, he said. The two pit crew members chuckled and said that it wasn’t good if they worked much more than that. In racing, less is more in terms of time off the track.
After the pit lane, we headed inside to the chassis shop. Dean told us that this was the only place that we were not allowed to take photos. We followed him into the shop and we looked at a bare racing chassis with all of the various roll ...
... he made a bunch of friends.
- The kids joined sporting teams - lacrosse, football, basketball, gymnastics, and parkour (parkour? What's that you ask?) Think Jason Bourne movies where they jump from thing to thing, and climb **** and generally are very acrobatic. If you've not seen Jason Bourne movies...well, then I can't help you.
- Lots and lots of reconnection with friends. Dinner parties, bon fires, and dinners out.
- Family dinners, ...