Brick Street Inn
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Sunny and humid today. We left the motel around 9, so we could be at the Budweiser brewery for our 10:00 Brewmaster tour. It lasted for over 2 hours and we were able to see all the various stages of the brewing process. Our tour guide was very informative and enthusiastic, which made for a great tour. Near the end of the tour, we saw the horse stables and several of ...
Steve and I had breakfast at Hoaglin- peanut butter stuffed French toast, and an avocado eggs Benedict. and then meandered down Mass Ave, shopping and window shopping. We experienced a walk up Starbucks window in a beautiful park- got caught kissing by the barista! Steve found a Tibetan singing bowl and ...
... the way out, we waited for a cart to take us to the car. Since the entire place was emptying, it took a long time to get a cart. We waited almost an hour. We will have to do something different next year!! On the way to the car, a very drunk girl tried to get a ride. The driver explained that it was only for handicapped people. She didn't like that answer and got in the cart! It took her boyfriend a long time to get her ...
... chance to look most of them over and left once we started hearing the cars going around the track.
I took a bunch of pictures with the 400mm DO lens. It was great, but heavy to use when holding it by hand. I tried to use it with a monopod, but the speed of the cars made using the monopod difficult to follow the cars.
We always sit in the stands above the pit garages. They had the front ...
... two lenses for cleaning and took out a $10,000 lens. It was the 400 mm f2.8. That thing was huge! I used it for the Indy Lights race. I loved this lens, but Kim would kill me if I spent that kind of money on a lens!! The vice president of CPS was there and offered me a longer loan to take a lens on the Alaska vacation this summer!
On the way to the CPS room, I saw Mark Miles, CEO of the entire Hulman empire (owners of the ...