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... an easy drive! It rained all the time and at times it was coming down so hard we had to slow way down to see the road! We saw more lightning and heard more thunder in a day than we've seen in years in SD!
When we arrived at the park, someone in a fancy RV was stuck in the mud on the median! They were going to need a truck to pull them out ...
... It does seem like a great family spot but it was almost overwhelming for how over the top it was. Chris and I definitely appreciate a more understated type of place. We took advantage of a nearby beach that was much quieter and walked along the boardwalk and in the sand. It was getting dark and it was a little windy so it wasn’t the warmest walk, but it was so nice to finally smell the ocean and be on a beach. Chris was smiling from ear to ear for ...
... wandered back the way we came, stopping off at a souvenir shop where Andy found his smokin fish hat and I got a Florida magnet, On the promenade Andy got an ice cream to munch on back to the hotel. There was still commentary going on, with the odd cyclist straggler coming in. The commentator had asked for people on the boardwalk to be mindful and keep to the sides, and had said "you in the green shirt, please step back to the side" - this guy obviously didn't hear him so as ...
The morning found me less than 200 km from Daytona Beach, a distance I pulled off in less than 90 minutes. I was headed to the DB Triumph dealership to see a feller named Hewel, whom I had previously spoken to regarding storing my bike for a few days while I go to Philadelphia, and also selling me a new rear tire that I knew I would need by now.
Daytona Beach is NASCAR country and the way we have arenas ...
... of Walt Disney -Animal Kingdom, Hollywood studios, downtown Disney, Epcot, Walt Disney world speedway, and Disney’ s water parks. The local population is only 250,000 but swells to 51 million visitors yearly. Beginning as a cattle Ranch in the 1800’s , it is mostly flat with a few sand hills. Obviously the Palm trees and immaculate gardens are kept lush by plenty of watering and lots of humidity rainfall. Underground limestone caves are ...