Comfort Inn University
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... sharing your wealth of flying and travel experience. Based on the current weather pattern of afternoon thundershowers, it looks like the routine is going to be - Up before dawn, grab some coffee and grits, and get in the air! Here are some photos of the adventurers and their flying machines taken at WHITLEYFIELD airstrip near High Springs, ...
... ignition modules. $1000 later all is well and loading and testing began in earnest. Oh yes, I was convinced at Sun ‘N Fun to install BIG tires. I’d been reticent to do this, but was convinced that this is for safety when landing on unimproved strips. It is definitely not “big tire envy!” I have installed an 18 gallon Turtle-pac in the rear seat. Even full, it’s much less than the weight of a person, so no problem ...
Day 1 of our trip:
Trying to get our massive road trip off on the right foot, we left home and got on the road by 4am. The next few (many) hours involved the various sights one normally associates with 1-75 heading north from Florida. As we do every time, we snickered at the 'trucker spas' in Georgia, thrilled at the somewhat cheaper gas and bemoaned Atlanta traffic. The goal was to get to St. Louis by 5:30 so we could meet ...
Hello from Gainesville, Florida, home of the University of Florida. It was a really short travel day today, covering only 150 miles. We left our temporary living space this morning around 11:00. We both woke up around 6:00, but fell asleep again only to wake up at 8:38. How did that happen?
We decided to check out the route that the GPS calculated and found that it was planning to take us about five miles out of the way to get to the freeway. Add that ...
... only in the 50s and expected to drop drastically during our hike so we were bundled up for the trek. We had our eye out for bison and wild horses, often seen in this area of the prairie. While we saw countless piles of scat, poop, and dung, we sighted the wild horses only at the very beginning of our hike and never did see the elusive bison. We also spotted an armadillo, a family of wild pigs (which the largest head was over waist high) ...