Holiday Inn Express Shelby
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... friends who look out for him in numerous ways. Shortly after I arrived Paul, the gentleman that I've met previous day and who looks after Steve's computer and generally helped out on the IT side, arrived. Paul is a guitarist and a good friend of Steve and extremely knowledgeable and an enthusiastic about rock music so we had plenty to talk about.
The morning passed by quickly and Teresa dropped me off at my hotel in nearly afternoon to give Steve some rest. I ...
Our trip is only a few days off now. We are all very excited and very busy getting ready. The guys created a spreadsheet to help budget our expenses tonight. Clay was surprised and happy that he understood how the spreadsheet worked. He checked and double checked all ...
6:45am wake up. We got to sleep in a bit today! I packed up my bag, brought it out to trailer crew so they could load it up (we're not allowed to do anything until the trailer is packed) and started packing up the food and make the Gatorade (I'm in cooler crew this week). We have so much food right now. Folks have been so kind and so generous here in North Carolina. The leaders are telling us it won't be this way ...
... the bike-so overall, a great morning. The only hiccup of our day was probably the short 1-ish mile detour we had to take on a super busy freeway. Definitely unadvisable, but we all made it to lunch in good spirits and all together. We finished off lunch with some sweet temporary tattoos, provided by Christine, who had stopped at a yard sale on her way to lunch. They were all ...
Another beautiful morning in the campground... and a walking tour of downtown Asheville. Then the drive across the mountains into central North Carolina on I-40 -- crossed the Eastern Continental Divide and then a six-mile very steep downhill stretch. At Hickory I turned south and drove through the small town of Maiden to ...