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13 hours and we are here at the factory to get our coach fixed (I HOPE)
Left Franklin around 8AM this morning.
Drove north on US 441 to US 64 towards Ashville, turned north on I-40
to Knoxville and then took I-75 to Indiana, where we got on I-74.
Did the last 130 miles on State highways IN 27. IN 1. and IN 101 .
Saw GA, NC, TN, KY, OH, and IN go by our ...
... driving through Vail (talk about High Society!), and we ended up bypassing the Eisenhower Tunnel and taking a more scenic rout up to 12,000 feet and through snow capped mountains; so worth it!! We then drove into the Denver suburb of Thornton where we had free lodging at a friend Jordan had met at camp. It was a great night of delicious food and a great card game called Hanabi.
Monday: After a great breakfast, we ...
... I'm currently sitting in a room with a bunch of the guys from 3C, just chilling. Its so good to be back. Thanks to everyone who read this blog and enjoyed the pictures. I sure enjoyed posting about the awesome experience. This will be the last blog for a while, or at least until my next adventure.
... At both colleges nearly all the students live on site in dorm blocks which make the campus' feel like a town in a town. We had dinner on campus before driving back to Huntington. Trying to beat another thunder storm, which thankfully never eventuated.
Thursday 9/4 - The rain eventuated later last night. Also we had a disruptive night. The fire alarm went off at 2am and the fire bigade turned up. It was a false alarm but we still had to report to ...
... Christian College (From now referred to as PCC as I see fit). I also might have an opportunity to intern once a week at Steadicam, which would be awesome, but that's not set in stone yet. I'll post something sometime once I get the deets. As for now, its just hardcore planning and occasionally reading the books we were given.
Till next time, (I'll be experimenting with sign outs)