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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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The cave we toured is smaller than some of the other caverns we've toured over the years but it was unique. The formations look more like beach sand that you've formed shapes out of and the rock formations definitely look "Floridian". The walls of the caves had sea creatures embedded in them. We found shells and other fossilized items from when the area was under the ocean.
Overall it was a fun stop and a convenient stop as part of our larger trip. ...
Another stunningly smooth liftoff and 3.5 hour flight from Little Rock to Dothan, AL. I kept it low just below the Class C airspace while opening my flight plan with Flight Service. I then radioed ATC and obtained Flight Following to keep an eye on us en route. There are a number of charted Military Operations Areas (MOAs) as we crossed the border into Mississippi and ATC offers traffic alerts for these areas when active, which they ...
... wet on our way to Myrtle Beach we could only make it a hundred miles a day and even that was horrible. Got to Myrtle Beach and froze our butts off for the four days we were there. Had an awesome time visiting my pride and joy, Jared and his beautiful wife Lovae (and Guinness the spoiled rotten bulldog who I fell in love with). Guinness is ten months old and I swear going through the terrible twos. It was hysterical watching ...
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 ...