Holiday Inn Lynchburg
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We were up early-ish but got a later start than most in our hotel. Gates at the venue opened at 0600 and I was afraid everyone would be lined up to get in. So we waited. We left Charlottesville at 0900, arriving to our turn-off at 1000, but cops had it blocked. So we ended up going about 5 miles past the turn and back-tracking our way back to the line. ...
... service. Her mom has been attending this church since she was a child. Cheryl had also attended church year as a child during the summer months. After the service we celebrated Cheryl's mom's, Mary's, 90th birthday in the fellowship hall. Lots of Cheryl's family were there. Cheryl had not seen, nor had I, seen these family members in years. For me it's been over 35 years. I'm sure Cheryl will post some pictures at some point. Monday morning, we will be picking ...
... was to go Napa Auto Parts to get some plastic elbows and clamps just in case I need to cut the hoses and splice them on the road. They were also very knowledgeable and helpful. Also, washed the truck. As I did not really know my way around, it was nice that all stops were relatively close to each other. Arby's makes a pretty mean Reuben as well. Then back to the trailer to tend to the dogs and take a ...
... and we will go to see her mom. I believe tomorrow, Sue and Lindsay are coming this way and Cheryl and her mom will meet them probably in Charlottesville. To do some shopping. I will be staying behind and minding my own business. Probably investigate further the issue with the air conditioning in the truck. Question of the day? What is Kudzu? Where is it ...
... production line. In the automated production, a "billet" or rough piece of timber is placed into a feeder. there are metal molds that shape, and trim the billet into a bat for a particular model. The final process is the painting. There are various paint schemes that the individual ball players may use. Each bat is hand dipped to achieve the desired paint scheme.
We toured the museum and had our pictures taken with Derek ...