American Aquarium filmed a video up there a couple of years ago. It's the grab bag, so why not? ...
I'm not an auto racing fan. It just has never been my thing. But one thing I do appreciate is the history of sports and efforts to preserve that history for generations to come. That video showing them cleaning up Wilkesboro so they could scan it for iRacing was very cool, even for a non-car racing guy like me. The nostalgia of the 'old', be it an 'old barn' or 'old field' or in this case 'old track' is something I definitely enjoy. Sure the 'new' places are nice enough, but there is something about the old classic arenas of sport that never go out of style.
iRacing lasered "The Rock" and you can watch racing on YouTube.
That brings them down to 17 sports, 1 more than the minimum required for D1 membership. The school has women’s teams in all 3 men’s sports being dropped.Appalachian State is eliminating men’s soccer, men’s tennis & men’s indoor track & field. Surprised no women's team is cut I assume due to Title 9
As long as the F storm in this cycle skips us, I’ll be OK.
Bertha 96 hit a few months after I refinished my sister's oak floors and did some other upgrades to her little place that was not on piles just back of the Wrightsville school. Insurance did the work after that.As long as the F storm in this cycle skips us, I’ll be OK.
This is the 4th Bertha since the 1996 Hurricane made landfall between Wrightsville and Topsail. We had reservations in North Myrtle the next day. There was a lot of flooding as we drove through Wilmington and some minor flooding in North Myrtle, but relatively minor damage. The next Bertha was a minimal tropical storm that hit Louisiana and moved back into the Gulf. The 2 after that were both Hurricanes, neither made landfall in the US. The 2014 storm made landfall in the UK though.
Is that just players or does it include coaches and staff? I know Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta tested positive in mid-March.They've had 12 positive tests in three rounds of resting while they were locked down so guess that gives us an indication of how many positive NHLers they'd still move ahead with.
Pretty sure it includes coaches and staff - it's the results of their three rounds of mass testing. 6 in the first round, 2 in the second, 4 in the third.Is that just players or does it include coaches and staff? I know Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta tested positive in mid-March.