Magnolia Bay Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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September 24th – day 143
Today we drove from Leesburg Florida to
Greensboro Florida, about an hour and a half from the Alabama
border. We stopped for supplies at Walmart and our twenty minute stop
turned into an hour when our prepaid card got messed up and it
wouldn't pay for the items. The customer services people said the
message was “customer cancelled card” so of course we are
... mind, nothing ever will. So today we honor the lives of those who perished and pay tribute to the many men and women who put their lives on the line to come to their rescue.
We're getting a late start today. More heavy rains and since we have a short drive to our next stop, we are having a lazy morning. Unfortunately, it looks like the weather may follow us. Praying for safe ...
... and operating areas along the way. Again our chosen cruising level was the same as the cloud-base, so frequent descents and climbs were necessary to keep us clear. Ending up at a non-appropriate level elicited a response from a military controller to choose to climb more or descend again, and down we went and enjoyed clear skies for the remainder of the 2:45hr flight.
Our routing took us near Tallahassee and over Chattahoochee and it's amazing how far the panhandle of ...
... rebuilt after Hurricane Katrina and is now a very good looking small city with a huge beach. The Island View Casino was very good to us. We sit down and Patty bets a dollar on the nickel slot machine. First pull she hits big and wins $18.50. We immediately jump up and go eat dinner at Wendy's. Is this a great town or what?
... body a chance to adapt. Taking breaks every hour or two, especially during the first few days of a long ride, will help this adjustment. Calm: Extended exposure to wind and sun dehydrates and fatigues you much more than your routine two-hour weekend jaunt. Riding in a tanktop and open-face helmet may seem like the best way to deal with the heat, but will actually wear you out and heat you up much faster than if you wear a vented or mesh jacket and a helmet that protects your face ...