Hilton Garden Inn Tallahassee Central
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... miles, big difference from TX, but then FL is the home to a lot of older people, but also today there are a lot of Texans in FL. We must have seen more than a dozen Texas cars along I-10. Guess Disney World is going to be busy next week. We also saw a lot of bikers probably headed for Daytona Beach for Bike Week.
Anyway we trudged along stopping at every other rest area. We crossed over to the Eastern Time Zone about 3:30 so if you think about it, we have lost ...
On Saturday morning we left Milton and drove the 180 miles to Tallahassee. We stayed at the Big Oak RV Park. At 3:00pm we had a tour of the Florida Historic Capitol Museum.
Tallahassee was chosen as the territorial capital in 1824. The first territorial government met in log cabins. A capitol building was constructed in 1826 but ...
Checked out of Harrah's and hit the road at 11a.m. It was covered in really thick fog. Drove through a historic district and checked out the old mansions. It was foggy and drizzling the entire way, through Biloxi, and Mobile. As soon as we entered Florida, sunshine, 78 degrees. We stopped for lunch at Sonny's Bar B Q in Pensacola. Pulled pork!
Got into Tallahassee at about 6 p.m. with the time change. Air is thick with smoke. Forest fire in the area. Head out tomorrow to ...
Lift Your Face
Lift your face
to the blessing that ...
This was the closest State Park and it was getting late so we headed for Ochlockonee River State Park. It is nestled in the Apalachicola National Forest, a distance from any close towns. It is a small park with only 30 sites but is surrounded by beautiful woods and several untouched rivers that border the park.
We rode our bikes throughout ...
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