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... the HOV there was no drama, and I was out of Atlanta in 45 minutes. Key West is about 1500 km south of Atlanta so the original plan was to do it in 2 days, however leaving a little early allowed me to put in about 330 kms and reduce my daily mileage requirements. Tomorrow I will put in a full day and try to get south of Tampa, leaving an easy day for arrival into Key West on Saturday.
... we even took off, but woke up for dinner and started on the caffeine. Got to Charlotte and had a Starbucks and by the time I landed in Tally (on time at midnight) I was wired!!!!! Ended up being awake until about 2:30 - 3:00 before I headed off to bed. But boy did I sleep good. Didn't get up until noon!!! Still can't believe I went around the world. What an amazing opportunity and a great experience. Now if I can just get Tim convinced that he should take me to ...
Heading north west today towards New Orleans, we will spend today in Fort Walton. A very quiet day today, caught up on laundry and David worked on our budget diary. Went to Red Lobster for dinner ate too much :( beautiful sunset we sat outside at the restaurant overlooking the ...
... of the farm, and which I'm guaranteeing not a single person in Oxford will have. Couture has never been so good.
After driving to 1.30 am we stopped in North Georgia and passed out from exhaustion. The next day we visited two farms and a restaurant in South Carolina which I had found, and consequently felt very responsible for the day ahead. The first one was aptly named 'Babes in the Wood' and when I found out it was run by a ...
... than it should have, because I had to stop and inflate the pontoons on the side of the RV. The rain didn't come down in buckets, it came down in 200 gallon drums. Visibility was almost to the windshield. I haven’t seen rain like this since I was a cabin boy for Noah.
It’s still raining now, as we sit here ...