We’re on the road again! But this time in the support vehicle. Mary and I have officially turned the GTO over to Kevin and Dom, who are making great times. We are still meeting the racers at each stop and overnight. After leaving Bowling Green Tuesday morning, we headed into Indiana. Today we stopped for lunch in French Lick, Indiana. We all couldn’t help but chuckle over the name of this very quaint, picturesque town. According to the internet, French Lick was originally a French trading post built near bubbling mineral springs and a salt lick, which is where it most likely got its unusual name. Today it is home to just about 1,800 residents. Sulphur hot springs aside, it is probably best known as the hometown of basketball legend Larry Bird. Ironically, we had a German lunch in French Lick. The German Cafe served us very delicious bratwurst with some of the best sauerkraut I’ve ever tasted. After leaving French Lick, we headed on to Franklin, Indiana. Franklin was founded in 1823 and has many beautiful Victorian buildings lining the streets and a traditional main street. It was the perfect backdrop for all the Great Race vehicles. We still have a lot of fun greeting all the car enthusiasts who come out to see the cars and visit with the Great Racers. Trevor and Josh earned “only” one ace today, prompting Josh to quip, “not our best day.” But we beg to differ. Any day that you get to be out and about enjoying life is a good day. We are thankful to be here with our family and our extended Great Race family.