The Lodge at Hammock Beach
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... town on several occasions in the next century. Clashes between the Spaniards and the British became more frequent when the English colonies were established in the Carolinas, and later, in Georgia. As a consequence, the Spanish moved to strengthen their defenses, beginning in 1672 construction of a permanent stone fortress. The Castillo de San Marcos was brought to completion late in the century, just in time to meet an attack by British forces from the Carolinas in 1702. Unable to take ...
... free t-shirts from the guys at the www.motortourer.com stand.
As we were near to BMW dealers we stopped to find out how much to fix the leak on my bike and if I could get it done under warranty, also I needed to know how easy it was to get the water pump off as it looked very tight and I was not sure if I could get the pump out with out dropping the engine. They were very helpful but could not do ...
... yes filtering or lane splitting as they call it out here is frowned upon, and apparently in every state, we then headed off to another bike shop at Daytona beach. Got my self a bit lost and ended up on a bloody toll road to God knows where.We then ended up on an interstate highway (I think) and at times a speed limit of 70mph (a pleasant surprise) never quite ...
Oh, it is so good to be back in the big comfortable bed again! Slept like a baby.
Poots, that's another story. Since arriving home, she has taken up homesteading behind the sofa in the living room. And she ain't comin' out! Okay she goes to the sun porch to take a dive into the litter box, but that's all. No socializing, none. Well, maybe she'll get used to this new old new life.
... a challenge. We headed north happily, making good time. The traffic thinned out and all was good.
All of a sudden, the traffic came to a complete stop. It then inched on at about two or three miles an hour for nearly an hour. A couple of emergency vehicles passed us on the shoulder, so we knew that something significant had taken place.
Before long we could see the wreckage and burned-out ...