Hilton Charlotte Executive Park
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I'm sitting in the Charlotte airport on my 8 hour layover, drinking a cold beer and reflecting on the last 10 years. This trip is far and beyond anything I've ever done before, and it is really exciting. Especially since I still don't have half of it planned yet!
I'm going to keep my eyes, mind, and heart open and have a great time!
... conclusions themselves. (Aren't we all concerned about the effects of climate change on our property, economic security, health, etc.? Don't we all want to leave a liveable world to our grandchildren?) Overcome clannishness (them vs us). Climate affects all of us and the planet is our common home. This message was central to Pope Francis's climate encyclical. Be appreciative. We can't do this enough. And that was just Day ...
... tax (http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/07/opin ion/the-case-for-a-carbon-tax.html) it takes you to CCL's website! Every staffer I met with had taken the time to learn about CFAD in preparation for our meetings. CCL is gaining critical mass thanks to the dedicated efforts of individual CCLers like you who spread the word among friends and neighbors in the local community. You should be ...
... in his absence. We headed off to the tennis courts and along the way we took a detour into an industrial area nearby. Alan pointed out the race shop of Petty Racing Enterprises and a few smaller shops along with a NASCAR pit crew training facility. You’d never know they were tucked back in this area.
We then headed to watch some tennis. We grabbed a seat and Alan went to check on his friends. He just handed Momba’s leash off to ...
... prize, and it involved something like figuring out the angle or altitude of a theoretical airplane at take-off. Well, Martin spent the WHOLE flight working on this very challenging problem and couldn't let it rest, whereas I gave up as soon as I exhausted what little I knew about trigonometry.
And then there were some drunk Scottish people on my flight. I heard some carrying on, several rows behind me, and then heard one of ...