|Enjoyed our overnight stay in Bowling Green. The Corvette Musuem was interesting. The surprising two things were that most of the cars on display are on loan to the museum by private individuals, and that each year was not represented. The highlight for me was seeing the 2007 Indianapolis 500 Pace Car that was driven by my hearthrob, Patick Dempsey aka McDreamy. I wanted to sit in his seat, but the signs eveywhere said DO NOT TOUCH and hidden cameras were noted. Dean did buy a $10.00 ticket on a chance to win a new Corvette and they are only selling 500 so who knows. We did see a 1959 similiar to the one Dean sold a few years ago except his had silver coves on the doors. I could see Dean getting starry-eyed while I was taking the picture. For dinner we went to historic downtown Bowling Green as suggested by the receptionist at the museum. We ate at Mariah's, the oldest standing brick structure in BG which was built in 1818. All the interior walls have been taken back to the original brick, but some additions have been added since the fire in 1995 which destoryed much of the inside. If you ever find yourself in BG and hungry, put this on your list. Historic BG is flourishing around the town square, Fountain Park, which has many civil war memorials and statues. It is always nice to see an old downtown area alive and doing well. Tomorrow we will get an early start for Muncie, IN to see my Dad. We are arrving a day early as a surprise. So far our fuel costs have not been bad. We have stayed under $3.00 for diesel with the lowest being $2.69. Needless to say at 7-8 MPG, we are happy campers.