Days Inn Lake Norman
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... voucher was a good tradeoff. At the last minute they called me up and assigned me a totally different seat. So now I'm no longer with Kim and have nothing to show for it. Thanks for nothing USAir. Great customer disservice! Home in a few hours though. Bittersweet after a great week away with Kim. We travel well together and I hope we can do a lot more of ...
Day 63. Monday 27 July 2015
Must catch up so I will be doing dot points. I think I have created a monster. Nag, Nag, Nag.
Arrived in Bardstown. We had visited here in 1993 and loved it. This time, we stayed at the Old Kentucky Home State Park where we met a couple from West Kentucky. She was an Aussie and wanted to catch up. We invited them to our motorhome after dinner. Had nice local dinner at Mammys in town.
... of movies, music, network series episodes and the other options which all caused monitor crashes.
To our surprise served lunch. Not sure why surprised it was listed on our itinerary. The big challenge will it be chicken or pasta. I really don’t think either is the correct answer but find the pasta usually looks edible and often has some liquid as compared to dry chicken surprise. Served with red or white wine and efficient airline attendants. Later we ...
... the day with Momba. It was going to be too hot in the coach to leave him in there so Alan offered his place. Momba and Harley get along really well as they are both pretty easy going.
Our destination for the day was the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, which is less than a half hour from here. Alan had invited us to go check out his workplace on our way to Charlotte so we made a slight detour and found Artisan Signs and Graphics. Alan showed ...
... destination was only about 57 miles away so it was to be a short driving day. We were heading to Cornelius, which is the town where Alan (my nephew) lives, and it is on Lake Norman.
The closest RV Park was 30 minutes away so Alan suggested we check out the parking lot of the local Fresh Foods market as he thought it might be a suitable place to dry camp for a couple of days. After an easy, traffic-free drive we found the off-ramp and headed ...