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... didn’t see any this time, though. At one point I was on the dock with Harley and Cheryl was trying to take some pictures of us. Suddenly a creature appeared from the bushes about 20 feet behind Cheryl. I just pointed and then yelled for her to turn around and get a picture. I wasn’t even sure what it was at first. I thought it was a raccoon but it seemed to be much too large for that. Cheryl did snap a picture and when we got home ...
... to head in the direction we came from before arriving here. They are going to spend time in Tallahassee and then will move on to Navarre Beach. They tried to stay an extra night here, as we did, but were told that there were no spaces. I guess Cheryl got to the office early enough this morning to get our space for another night.
Tommy told us some places to go both while on our way north and also along the route we took ...
... to get better acquainted. By 9:00 we were feeling tired so we headed for home. I do have writing to do, you know.
As we were heading home we noticed that the streets were quite wet. I guess it rained a little harder here than the light sprinkle we got while in Daytona Beach. When we got back to the RV park it was obvious we got a pretty good soaking.
So that was our day. More tomorrow, I’m sure. Until then, I bid you all a fine ...
... to the low side of the track. He stopped briefly on the track to let us get a look at it and take a couple of pictures. We then drove on the inside apron toward turn two. The banking here is 31 degrees. Thirty-one degrees of banking is pretty steep. To get an idea of the angle, the top of the track near the outside wall is more than 35 feet above the infield -- that's higher than the roof of a typical two-story house. It is so steep that you cannot walk up ...
... from the parking lot. I rode the bike to where they had the tent to install the products that were purchased.
The installer was friendly and took his time to make sure the pegs were in the correct position and comfortable for me. I pulled the bike back out of the tent and parked it near the Progressive tent which sell and install shocks for motorcycles.
I visited ...