Econo Lodge West
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... I could make it further, see pic. There were no CBs, but the clouds were down to 1200 to 1500 feet. After reaching 24J, I continued to Lake City, LCQ, and almost turned around, but the clouds lifted again. I finally saw Flying Tiger, and landed straight in on 18. Although it was drizzling, the visibility stayed good under the clouds.
It was a long day but felt good to be home. Overall, what a trip!
We stopped in Gainesville to grab some lunch at place called The Top. Sadly when we did not realize that it would be closed until 5pm. We decided to just pop in at the Harvest Cafe that was on the corner. The food was super simple but perfect! We all ordered avocado sandwiches and then hit the road once again. With some food to revive us we were in good spirits for the still long road ahead of us. ...
... the way, is a fast food restaurant chain that specializes in chicken entrees). One billboard of interest was for a place called Cafe Risque. They "Bare it all for you," the signs stated. I guess you can eat and ogle at the same time. Couples welcome, too. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Exit 374. Darn, we don’t go down that far.
We pulled into the parking lot of Walmart around 1:30. This would be our overnight parking location. It looked ...
... 15 oz from many years ago. Thanks to my son brooks who had the patience to allow the old man to actually catch some this year. we also took little allen and gene Mcdaniel out and each of them were able to land fish. Can't wait to do it again next year. As usual Camp Blanding is an awesome place to spend the winter lookin out over the lake. Plus we are close enough to get to see the kids and grand kids while ...
... wife had lived her entire life in the area (and told us maybe we would move there after we got a little Franklin County sand in our shoes). They were very sweet and invited us to visit with them if we wanted to spend more time in the area. We declined, but this is just one of many experiences we have had since leaving Wisconsin where we’ve been humbled and touched by the genuine kindness that exists in complete strangers!