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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 ...
... bay and each jetty has a carport type building on the end, many with boats inside. The whole place is teaming with pelicans. We arrived at the security check point for the Navy base and had to present our ID and put long sleeves on before entering as it is still an active base even though it has the museum as part of its grounds. The museum itself is really impressive, and it has an amazingly large collection ...
I'll come back and edit these details, but I believe we put in just over 600 miles today. Tomorrow we plan to hit the road by 7am.
Day 1 comes to an end.
Day 1 - 8:30am departure / 7pm end. 607 total miles.
... At Thomasvilled GA to Dothan AL to 231 North to Ozark, AL
Great roads, no traffic, Lots of pine and sawmill fragrances in GA and AL. Heading across Alabama today to pick up the Natchez Trace somewhere in Mississippi
Happy as a ...
... at the place where the river disappears underground. I then took a bike ride down the Sinkhole trail and saw several sink holes and a beautiful Cypress creek bottom. Followed the trail all the way to the river and saw deer, squirrels and hawks on the way. Simply beautiful though it would probably be a bit hot and muggy in the summer.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking