Super 8 Charlotte University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... only lasted several minutes so were able to open the windows again. It is 10:30 and I am just finishing up today’s blog so we will be calling it a day before too long. No television here since we are dry camping and there are no stations available over the air so the antenna is of no use. That’s no big deal though, since we don’t really watch much TV.
Tomorrow we will see what other adventures we can find, but we don’t have any firm plans as of ...
Mary was just a bit concerned that we wouldn't make it through customs after setting for 30 minutes on the taxiway waiting for our gate to be ready, but we made to our connection with time to spare. In fact after boarding we had another 30 minute delay for an attitude display ...
... connecting flight in Minnesota. Delta automatically re booked us on the next available flight which wasn't until 8:18pm which puts us in Charlotte at midnight. So we were at the airport for 7 hours! Yes 7 hours. We were originally supposed to land in Charlotte at 4:40pm. After roaming the airport, we found a PGA simulation area which was amazing. It was like a private lounge. We played 30 minutes on the simulator, we chose St. Andrews. Jalen got to putt on ...
Just landed. Decent flight. Now at my gate for the second leg of the journey. Charlotte is a lot busier than Harrisburg. LOL. Pulled up a piece of floor to sit on because all the seats in the waiting area are taken. Just got a severe weather alert with a chance of hail for the area on my iPhone but, fortunately, it is to expire at 3:45. Flight departs at 4:35 On the plane, aisle seat. Ready for the last ...
... to smile and then glanced at my lap and saw my Bible and replied with an even bigger grin, “I like yours too.” It turns out, I was sitting next to Greg Dyson, Baptist minister and assistant to the president of Cedarville University near Dayton. He was on his way to up-state New York to give a some talks to Christian youth at a major teen camp being held there.
As we started to talk, he conveyed to me some of his background and experiences pastoring ...