Days Inn Charlotte North-Speedway-Uncc-Research Park
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... Charlotte Motor Speedway has a NASCAR track, a dirt car track and a drag strip all in the same venue.
In the afternoon we headed to Lazy 5 Ranch. This is a drive thru, 3 and a half mile trail through pasturelands and features over 750 animals from around the world. Including Grevy Zebra, Scimitar Horned Oryx, River Water Buffalo, Watusi and Texas Longhorm Cattle, Rhea, Sika ...
... The Saturn 5 rocket is the one that sent man to the moon and the most powerful flying machine ever built, an amazing machine.
After a quick stop for a snack it was back to Nashville for our last night in music city. Nashville is awesome. May have to put it on the list to visit again soon.
Thursday saw us up early to drive across Tennessee, into North Carolina (the final stop in our Road ...
... but it was good.
We had a mostly good night's sleep, and got up early again. We had to eat breakfast, pack up and check out, and hit the road in time for Heidi to make her 1:15 pm Chemistry class in Mooresville.
We arrived in Mooresville in time to unload the car and take Heidi to class. We took her because at least one of our cars is not running ...
... shopping then headed back. It was so great seeing them!
Jalen loves his cousins.
We then went to 521 BBQ for take out, Jon was working that day. Thunderstorms and rain only a couple of days and it was on and off.
The following day, we went to see more communities. Our favorite is Wake a Forest community, With several developers. DR Horton, Lennar were out favorites because the other ones were too big. This community has baseball field, soccer ...
... as usual. I'm looking forward to the day when the consumer is as important to the airline industry as their desire to make flying the most complicated, expensive, time-consuming activity known to mankind. That being said, I'd still rather fly than drive the nine hours from Greensboro to Columbus (not to mention avoiding the Atlanta traffic). And, fortunately, I'm getting better at ...