Knights Inn Redgranite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Ten hours, that's it. Just finishing making sure I have everything I need for the next four months. Packing up the last little bit of clothes that just got washed, the electronics, pillows and blankets, and the much needed water bottle.
Like I said, I have no regrets. Well, except maybe one. I'm leaving many people behind that I just don't want to. People I wish I could spend more time with. People that ...
Well, just one more day until I start my journey down south. This is a big step for me but I feel as if I have no regrets. I'm not the least bit nervous of actually going down there to live; just maybe a little nervous about the actual trip. One way is seventeen hours nonstop. It's ******* the cars and just as ******* the people. We will be stopping several times, though, to ...
... for many of Chicago's famous buildings. He was a mentor to Frank Lloyd Wright. He also designed ten banks known as Jewel Boxs in the upper midwest. All are still standing. My friend Mary told me about them - she has seen several - and I remembered there was one in Columbus so we stopped. What a beautiful building on the main drag in this little town in Wisconsin!! If you ...
... s eye.
After a little more wandering, we headed back to the plane and tent. Alex, the bookworm, really wanted to relax and read his book, "The Necromancer, The Secrets of The Immortal Nicholas Flamel". While he read, I tried to catnap, but without success due to the heat.
As I fiddled around, a gentleman and his son walked up and we started chatting about my plane and the one that he is building back home, near Belfast, Northern Ireland. ...
... was the chalet for the US Government, where Alex and I flew the Wright Brothers Flyer simulator, learned about the National Historic site dedicated to the Wrights in Dayton, and visited with a member of the Customs and Border Patrol Pipe and Drum team (he was wearing a kilt).
One of the interesting planes we saw today was a B-17, designed and built by Boeing in WWII. Ironically, it was the only Boeing-built plane ...