|Bank of America Headquarters|
|View of Bobcats Stadium from Epicentre|
|The Group...minus me|
|This painting was selling for at least 4K!|
|Quite the Meal|
I did meet a new friend while outside waiting for the cops....
And, fittingly, the house beside us was aptly addressed...
|I actually spoke to 911 responders just to get someone on-site|
Lastly, we left about 3:30PM from Charlotte on Friday afternoon, hoping that we could be home by around 1:00AM. As we entered the Smoky Mountains National Park, the snow began to come down - first softly, then heavily. After switching drivers, I woke up finding our car surrounded by fast-falling snow and a car moving about 40MPH. I took over the wheel to give the other driver a break, but we were going terribly slow and the roads were getting bad. An ambulance came up behind us, and a police officer notified us that we wouldn't be getting anywhere fast, as the roads ahead were causing many vehicles to spin in circles. I turned the bus around and found a hotel just outside of Louisville. Six people in one hotel room....I slept on the floor (pretty restlessly, I might add). We woke up, had breakfast, and made the 2-hour trip home - a little delayed, but safe.
It was definitely quite the experience, as all my other three ASB trips have been. I am glad I have had the opportunity to do this every year, because I have been put in many different situations and have learned so much with the experiences. Oh, and here are some pictures of where I was staying (with three 23-year girls, I might add).
|Kitchen/Dining Room...a little messy but liveable|