Laurie-Faye Dean and Les Knight planned and executed a trip that ran like clock work and was true to it's title. The class sessions were informative and entertaining. Laurie-Faye wove BBQ beginnings and traditions with current methods and practices. Through song, instrumentation and story-telling Les recaptured Appalachia history and baseball of yesterday and today. Laurie-Faye provided everyone with her cell number and list of phone numbers and locations of places that might be needed such as: urgent care, laundromat, pharmacy, Walmart and contact for lost items. The itinerary was well-paced and full of activity but not over-whelming. Scheduling one baseball game in the evening and one in the morning gave a picture of the varied ages of the fans. The BBQ restaurants were prepared for our arrival and ready to serve. We liked 7 Bones the best. Both breweries were intriguing with knowledgeable guides, generous samplings and beautiful grounds to explore. The bus drivers were polite and professional and kept their busses immaculate. The Lake Junaluska property was an ideal place for the base. The grounds are well-maintained offering places for solitude and places to hike. The dining hall is clean with buffet meals. The only problem was the assigned room. Arriving one day prior to the start of the class, we reserved the room for an extra night. I am certain the room was meant for a single person with one small double bed. We requested to be moved but the clerk on duty Saturday could not authorize it and asked if we could stay in the room one night and she would talk to her supervisor in the morning. I do think we were the only people registered for the night in the entire Inn. On Sunday were moved to a much more desirable refurbished room. Is it the policy of Road Scholar guests to be assigned to the most undesirable rooms? We look forward to our next adventure.