Knights Inn Mt. Gilead
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... with our group to go to dinner. We were bussed over to the the Ristorante Alle Due Fontanelli where we had a four-course meal with unlimited wine.
In Italy a full meal consists of several courses and could take a couple hours to eat. The first course is the Antipasto which is an appetizer such as bruschetta, grilled veggies and/or thin-sliced meat. The second course is the Primo piatto which could be pasta, rice or soup. ...
... diverse it really is. We also enjoyed two beautiful weddings and loved being with friends and family. Our week in Texas was so special being with all of our children and grandchildren and their families. Traveling part of the time with our dear friends, Marge & Lee Rhoades, added so much to our adventures. This was truly a trip of a lifetime! Now we have to decide what's ...
... I needed to do to work with the bike rather than against it.
This made all the difference after lunch. We did leapfrog within the groups. I had no trouble hanging with my group of a GSX-R 1000, 1198S, and HP4. Properly applying the fundamentals of body position, everything started to flow. The tires started to work in the corners and a lot of the push went away.
As the day went on, I gained confidence in the bike, the ...
... E for our international flight. We had some time between flights during which we talked to other people in our tour group and with Mark. We boarded our plane and took off on time.
We left after 9:30 and they served dinner an hour later. I watched "Veronica Mars" and Larry watched "Paul." I took my melatonin spray and settled down to sleep. Larry and I invested in a ...
... shouldn't be in the top 2/3s of the grid.
That warrior mentality, which describes Nate better than simply racer, is what is lacking in so much of America today. When everyone simply expects to be given what they want with no hard work, a society is doomed. Likewise, a culture that spends more effort on risk management or risk mitigation will never do anything great, never win nor attract the best and the brightest.