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... 4-lane highway, complete with a new bridge over the bay. As we got closer to the I-10 we could see just how much of the forest was removed to allow room for the new road.
Once we hit the I-10 it was smooth sailing, but a bit boring. Our only stop was at a rest area to allow the three of us to check out the plumbing. It was a beautiful area, carved out of the forest. It served our purpose so off we went once again. Between ...
... significant advisories for the route of flight. Forecast: VFR with 25 miles visibility in haze at 6500', our planned altitude. We departed RWY 10R from Fort Pierce (see same runway that we launched from en route to Bahamas a week earlier), and made an early left turn to the northwest towards Orlando. I figured because I flight planned straight through the busy MCO aerodrome, ATC would have to clear me through the Class B air space to avoid sending me too far off course. ...
... of California. 85 oF at 10:30 a.m. in the sunshine state. WE are listening to some podcasts that Clarence downloaded. Today's case was about the mating habits of crickets. Kinda funny. Who needs audio books. Hee hee! I am thinking that the fencing that I am seeing on the side of the road is probably there for a reason. I am thinking it maybe to prevent gator roadkill! The weather report has been announcing a storm heading for Myrtle Beach Florida by Saturday. ...
... to call a friend who lives in Mobile. Paula, is was great talking to you and hopefully will see you back in Palm Springs soon. Made it to Tallahassee close to 5 o'clock. We lost another hour today. Fay made a beautiful pretzel coated pork roast with potatoes, carrots and turnip in an onion sauce. After pigging out and cleaning up we headed to ...
... afternoon I caught up with AJ, one of my study buddies from FSU. He is now doing his doctorate which is pretty exciting but it appears to be a lot of hard work. Something I may pursue in years to come but not quite yet after speaking with AJ. AJ is a foreign student with his origins being India. We got on very well during my program of study as we seemed to have a lot in common (must be a colony/commonwealth mentality). Laura took me and her parents out for dinner to ...