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... as we drive through the flat pecan and peanut fields. There are so many radio stations to provide the sound track to our driving, but it's Sunday so most of them are christian rock stations today.
Armadillos probably don't exist in their living form, they must be born dead beside the freeway. And accompanied by groups of squabbling vultures.
After several more hours on the road, and several more dead armadillos, we arrived at the Wanee festival in Florida. It's a sea of 70s tie-dye and grey ponytails.
A very pretty festival venue, lots of parkland with huge live oak trees swathed in Spanish moss and fairy lights, a bit like ...
... well maintained and so clean. The Florida Welcome Center provided all the visitors with fresh orange and grapefruit juice and were so helpful/friendly. Lots of literature was available and they even handed out postcards.
Our first overnight stop is Holt, Florida where we stayed in an awesome state park for two nights - Blackwater River State Park. This park is absolutely beautiful. There are only 30 ...
... Orlando, we got on the Florida Turnpike and couldnt get off of it so ended up all the way down at Ft Price. Found a holiday inn and stayed there. Mattys checked us in and i parked the van. The security guard came over and spoke for a bit, he liked our bikes and then told me a story about how some guy was outside a McDonalds not far from here on his bike and some homeless dude came up and stabbed him to death, this aint the kinda bedtime stories i was wanting to ...
... east to Savannah for four days. Taking a city trolley on-and-off bus tour, the Ships of the Sea Museum and the 8th Air Force Museum (my Dad was in the 8th in England during WWII...ought to be interesting for him to see our photos.
That's it ! I hope to be more consistent with the blog posts this trip.
Steve and Kim