Hampton Inn & Suites Dothan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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JD is in high gear this morning. Took the truck into town for gas and quick Egg McMuffin breakfast. Pack up was quick and on the road by 8:00 am. JD wants to make it in 3 days so we're trying to do 470 miles today. Destination Dothan, AL. It turned 83 degrees in Montgomery - driving with the windows down - nice! Arrived earlier than planned at Pecan Point RV Park, set up and relaxed. Nice level site, easy access, facilities not that great, just ...
We checked out of the hotel in Daytona and drove directly to the huge J&P Cycles Shop in Ormond Beach to get a few more items for the bike to make our ride a bit more comfy. Then we drove into St. Augustine and spent a few hours with David's business partner and our friend Barrett. We ate at a sushi restaurant (where I got my first taste ever of Toro tuna) and then went back to his house on the St. John's River. I got to ...
I departed at 8:30am from home and met up with Ramiro on the Turnpike close to where he lives. We took the Turnpike North to I-75 and onward to I-10 West where we then turned North at Mariana (SR231 or 321?). We pulled over around 7pm in Dothan, AL, at ...
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Depart from LBK at 12:30 pm arrived in Ozark, Al. 456 miles travelled today.
Skirted a few storms to the east of my route except for 15 minutes of light rain around Homossassa, FL. Route 19 North thru Florida, ...
... a mating ritual as the male would fly off and return with an offer of something he had caught. This apparent mating ritual went on for quite a while when another hawk appeared. The male we had been watching chased the apparent intruder away repeatedly. With our tripod set up and binoculars in hand we were able to get some amazing shots of these interactions. Our distance from the birds and/or the lack of a more powerful lens is the ...