For ultimate sports weekend, Part One, click here. For ultimate sports weekend, Part Two, click here. Monday morning came bright and early. The drive from Charlotte to Augusta takes a little over two hours, especially when those driving are running Continue reading The ultimate sports weekend, Part Three
Day Two came and went with a round of golf during the day and a night out in historic downtown Charlotte where, amongst bars full of Carolina fans, we watched the South Carolina women’s basketball team suffer their first and Continue reading The ultimate sports weekend, Part Two
The trip had been planned months in advance, my excursion to golf’s mecca, Augusta National, with the three best friends that anyone could have. All we needed to do was win the admissions lottery. Tickets to the Masters Tournament are Continue reading The ultimate sports weekend, Part One
Remember at the beginning of this adventure when I A-Teamingly hinted that I liked when a plan comes together? The objective of this trip was for four old friends to visit Memphis and travel to Fayetteville to see Florida take Continue reading What Did Tennessee? What Arkansas: The Conclusion of a Vacation Well Spent
The Don Calvino finally arrived early Friday morning bearing gifts: a beautiful bottle of Bajan rum, officially making it the first bottle of Mount Gay to travel from Barbados to Atlanta to Memphis to Fayetteville and then to Tampa. Somebody Continue reading The trek to Fayetteville, Part “And Then There Were” Four
“Memphis is a city that hums and thrums. Its song is constant.” Robert Gordon, Respect Yourself: Stax Records and the Soul Explosion I have a few US cities left on my “to-visit” bucket list. For example, I’ve never been to Continue reading The trek to Arkansas, Part “And Then There Were” Three
I love it when a plan comes together. I hate it when one doesn’t. As a (two-time) graduate of the University of Florida, I’ve seen countless games at the stadium that is currently known as Steve Spurrier Florida Field at Continue reading The Trek to Fayetteville, Arkansas
The drive from Charlotte to Augusta, Georgia takes about three hours. First take I-77 South for about an hour and a half, until you hit Columbia, South Carolina. Then take 20 West for another hour and change until arriving in Continue reading My journey to Augusta, Part Four: The course, of course and a pictorial
Now for more on Kansas-Kentucky.
Okay, so it’s been a while since I’ve flown commercial. Traveling through Tampa International quickly reminded me why I drive everywhere.