Westlake Waterfront Inn
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... s giving you the price for the entire loaf of bread; not just a portion. I may or may not have detached a portion of bread from a loaf and was then angrily told that I wasn't allowed to do that- now, the whole loaf was indeed mine. Thank God for friends that love bread.
7. Cockroaches will come if you have crumbs in your room. Therefore, don't eat in your room or eat VERY carefully.
8. All touristy stores have "low prices"..."just for ...
... Anthony described the various tests they run on all their cable products. Crush, heat and cold stress test, twist and bend radius, strain/pull and colour tests to name a few. Listening to Anthony it sounded like a pretty cool place to work. Dinner that evening was with a small group of close friends, Michael and Carole, Barney, Heather and her husband Tom. Fantastic fun which made it hard ...
... had one there.
They also had a nice prototype coal car that they updated to include the N Scale Convention logo. We accidentally knocked it off the track, so Tony helped out and got it back on the tracks (see picture below!).
Tomorrow we're off bright and early to Cass, West Virginia, to ride the Cass Scenic Railway. Sheryl and I are taking the trailer with us and ...
... almost 6:00. We parked the trailer in one of the side lots and got checked in, and crashed into our air-conditioned room for awhile. Then I meandered down to the welcome event and had some of their free cake.
Thursday I was scheduled to join up with Joe Simon and Tony Stump to visit the Freight America Railcar Fabrication plant located in Roanoke. The plant was an interesting operation. At the time of our visit, they were ...
... breakfast of waffles drenched in maple syrup we started our hike... All 24 miles of the Appalachian mountains towards mcafees knob. So , turns out that 24 miles is an awful lot to walk in one day, we set out at 9.30... At about 1pm we finally bumped into some other hikers who had left mcafees knob at 7.30am, clearly a long way to go still. (these "through walkers" are crazy, they walk from like georgia to Maine... Like with no rest days?! Bloody ...