Country Inn & Suites Vero Beach / I-95
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... of us were very hungry for supper after our big taco lunch so we decided to walk around outside to feel the cool breeze and just get dessert instead. We walked to McDonalds where I picked up a Reeses Mcflurry and Chris got himself a Chipwich from the Walgreens across the street. It hit the spot perfectly and cooled us both down enough to sleep comfortably in the van that night. I can`t imagine living in this van in the dead of summer in Florida with the ...
... and headed to my car. Because I had slept in, I was hungry and debated grabbing some fast food on the way up to Vero Beach, my next destination. Instead, I checked out Yelp and found a small cafe down the street that supposedly served great sandwiches. They did not dissapoint! I had the ahi sandwich, and it was not only the best meal I had in Key West, but also one of the best sandwiches I've ever had! Again, a happy result ...
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... Today, as usual, there were zero. It was probably too cold. We raced back to the entrance to Biolab Rd a few miles south. It us a potholed, gravel mess. Andrew kept reminded me the speed limit was 15. I told him nature had a speed limit here. Too fast and you're stuck. The road is very narrow in spots. Whenever a car passed, I folded in the side mirrors. Why subject ourselves to this? We know from experience that this is where to find big gators and hidden cranes, storks, and herons. ...
... This meant that Doug and Malc could share the driving, hence being able to cover such a long distance. We left Effingham on Friday afternoon - after discovering that the solenoid valve for the ice maker had split (this became evident when pink water started pouring out of the fridge freezer and soaking into my newly shampooed beige carpets, Bree had been winterized ie. all waters drained and all systems filled ...