Days Inn Gainesville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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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, ...
CA’s preparation: Well, we’re almost on our way, but it’s been quite an ordeal getting to this point. The preparation and testing has taken about three months. Since my RANS S-7S is over eight years old, I decided to replace all the fuel, oil and air lines and hoses. Other things were old, besides me, so I replaced the battery and fuel filters and fittings. During testing, after all this, I had an intermittent starting problem which turned out to ...
... dinner and we were right on track. We stopped somewhere - Kentucky maybe? and had a picturesque rest stop picnic in a lovely pavilion facing the bathrooms. Fast food would be inevitable on a three week trip, but we really tried our best to avoid it when possible... hence the reason a quarter of the car was filled with snacks and a cooler. Back on the road, the rest of the day passed in a blur. My turn to drive, Andrew's turn to ...
... Florida has the I-10 cut right through the forest. In many places the center median is left uncut and the east and westbound lanes are not visible from one another. There were still spots where the wildflowers were growing in yellow, white and purple.
Once we merged onto the I-75 we really started noticing a proliferation of billboards. They literally lined the sides of the highway for miles, announcing everything from alligators to Zaxby’s ...
... was a very local restaurant where everyone seemed to be on a first name basis. As is the norm here, if they were not local, they were still “honey.” While I was in the bathroom, Erik struck up a conversation with our neighbors, an elderly couple that had known each other for 51 years but only married five years ago after both of their spouses had passed away. Glenn was a Baptist minister who had lived in Indiana until he was 13 ...