Holiday Inn Express Ashland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to the dealership and found out a wheel bearing went out! A little unusual with a car with less than 10,000 miles, but was repaired under warranty.
We sure did see a lot of trucks today. Wow, they are everywhere the further East that we drive.
There was one interesting thing that we did see today at a roadside rest area. It was ...
Up early and off to the Amish area of Ohio in Holms County. Lots of great shops full of crafts and furniture. Joanne loved it and is ready to spend a week here - lookout John!! The food is amazing the shopping is great and pace is slow. We saw lots of farms; buggies everywhere. The food is to die for.
The Amish people do not like to be photographed so we tried to ...
Almost all of Vickie's family made it to her house today so I could see everyone and so they could meet my travel companion Joanne. The grandkids have grown so big I hardly recognized them. It was so good to see Pam, John, Cindy and Brad again and always a pleasure to see Mom Jean. Tomorrow I get to see Debbie D and off we go to Amish Country.
Here's a picture of my adopted family and me with the sisters. I am the ...
... was interesting to say the least.
Same thing in the third session, though I felt I was starting to get a feel for the bike and the track. I was still bringing too much speed into 13, being ******* the brakes and then not letting the bike turn in. Also not using my body to maximize the turning potential of the bike.
Nate pointed out my lack of body position during the lunch break and gave me a very good stand up tutorial ...
... shouldn't be in the top 2/3s of the grid.
That warrior mentality, which describes Nate better than simply racer, is what is lacking in so much of America today. When everyone simply expects to be given what they want with no hard work, a society is doomed. Likewise, a culture that spends more effort on risk management or risk mitigation will never do anything great, never win nor attract the best and the brightest.