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HOG World Tour – Augusta Bound, Layover In Denver

Written by: Tony Korologos | Sunday, April 1st, 2012
Categories: HOG World TourThe Masters

I’m in the Denver airport killing 3 hours until my flight to Atlanta.  One way to kill some time was to walk the 2+ miles from my gate in concourse A to the Starbucks in gate 60 of concourse B and back.

Here’s my current HOG World Headquarters remote location pictured below, at a table in the upper level of concourse B by the Wolfgang-Puck restaurant.

HOG Office

I’m happy to report that a Philly cheese steak place I ate at here years ago is still here.  I still remember that steak, which was better than all the ones I’d eaten in Philly on that particular trip.  I know where lunch is…

Flight From Utah to Colorado

As mentioned in my previous post, I flew from Provo to Denver for my first leg.  I happened to sit next to the daughter of 1970 Masters champion Billy Casper.  Small world eh?  These meetings like that always seem to happen on the HOG World Tour.  I keep my eyes and ears open because I never know who I may meet.  Always say hello too…

Lunch is calling soon, then my flight to Atlanta.  I land at 6pm, then have somewhere between a 2-3 hour drive to my luxurious hotel motel in the boondocks outside of Augusta.

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