New on the Audio Page for today:
Mitch Gibbs shows me pictures of his first racecars and remembers that very first season.
Bob Wightman walks me through the wonderful North East Classic Car Museum in Norwich.
We had a fun day as a family as we headed south to Norwich to visit the North East Classic Car Museum and see my younger than me friend Mitch Gibbs. We had a wonderful time and really it could not have gone any better.
The museum is fantastic and has well over 170 cars on display. There are five buildings and each highlights either a different era or a different type of car. It is well worth the drive and the people are really knowledgeable. Click on the link below to check out their website and remember they are open from 9-5 every day except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Trust me, you’ll love it!
Then we went into downtown Norwich and ate dinner. Drivers stopped at crosswalks to let you go across the street and everyone we met was so nice. I mean people just waved you across not like at Wegmans where if you cross away from a stop sigh you take your life into your own hands. Yes, it was refreshing to say the least.
We finished out our day visiting with Mitch Gibbs and seeing some photos of his first racecars as well as some of his dads. We saw his business and got to chat about all kinds of things. It was a perfect day for a whole lot of reasons.
Now let’s chat more about what we have on the Audio Page starting with a veteran racer who walked with me down memory lane. Mitch Gibbs shows me pictures of his first racecars, remembers that very first season driving a Camaro stock car and hints at what he will be doing this coming season.
Bob Wightman walks me through the North East Classic Car Museum in Norwich, describes some of the vehicles inside and remembers his past lettering racecars by hand decades ago. This is really worth the drive guys! Check them out at www.classiccarmuseum.org.