Red Roof Plus+ Gainesville
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sharing your wealth of flying and travel experience. Based on the current weather pattern of afternoon thundershowers, it looks like the routine is going to be - Up before dawn, grab some coffee and grits, and get in the air! Here are some photos of the adventurers and their flying machines taken at WHITLEYFIELD airstrip near High Springs, ...
... when it goes empty, the CG moves forwards. So, I have to keep the baggage compartment full and heavy, which it is with all the stuff I need for flying and camping during this trip. I also installed a “charging station” for all the electronic equipment that will be used for flight planning and navigating. Since we’ll be doing lots of camping, we need to have the electronic flight bag fully charged before shutting down the engine. This is going to be ...
... dinner and we were right on track. We stopped somewhere - Kentucky maybe? and had a picturesque rest stop picnic in a lovely pavilion facing the bathrooms. Fast food would be inevitable on a three week trip, but we really tried our best to avoid it when possible... hence the reason a quarter of the car was filled with snacks and a cooler. Back on the road, the rest of the day passed in a blur. My turn to drive, Andrew's turn to ...
... the Everglades on the famous Timiami Trail (US Hwy 41) rather than I-75. We saw the smallest post office in the country (Ochopee), the world renowned Clyde Butcher gallery (check it out on the internet), and even saw a large gator crossing the road in front of us. After about 6 hours and 400 miles of driving we arrived at our hotel in the western portion of ...
... a bunch of COMMON GALLINULES and two more obliging PURPLE GALLINULES. WHITE PELICANS, WOOD STORKS, IBIS of both colors all soared above our heads in the bright blue sky. We managed to find a couple of migrating MISSISSIPPI KITES as well. We managed decent looks at the WHOOPING CRANES to make it T & E # 5 for the trip (Snail Kite, Florida Scrub-Jay, Roseate Tern, and Wood Stork).
We spent way more time here than we thought we would and ...