Travelodge Lake City High Springs
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I could make it further, see pic. There were no CBs, but the clouds were down to 1200 to 1500 feet. After reaching 24J, I continued to Lake City, LCQ, and almost turned around, but the clouds lifted again. I finally saw Flying Tiger, and landed straight in on 18. Although it was drizzling, the visibility stayed good under the clouds.
It was a long day but felt good to be home. Overall, what a trip!
Leaving Miami. All Packed. Ready to go. We drove from Miami to Lake City. A little over 400 miles and 4 Superchargers. The charging wasn't bad and was located where and when I needed to stop anyway for food and breaks. Diesel was great and seems to be very happy traveling. He left his mark everywhere!! The weather wasn't the best and some of the rain was really heavy but overall a pretty good ...
We stopped in Gainesville to grab some lunch at place called The Top. Sadly when we did not realize that it would be closed until 5pm. We decided to just pop in at the Harvest Cafe that was on the corner. The food was super simple but perfect! We all ordered avocado sandwiches and then hit the road once again. With some food to revive us we were in good spirits for the still long road ahead of us. ...
... nearly into restricted military airspace – there’s a lot of it along the Gulf Coast, especially around Pensacola NAS.
I could see Lake City (Gateway) airport (KLCQ) from 30 miles away so I dropped flight following and headed down to an easy landing straight in on runway 10. It’s a big airport for a relatively small town – there must be military or some other heritage to the place. Taxiing up to the terminal/FBO, I was further surprised ...
... fun and lots of laughs!
Cal, the center director, had made a DVD for each participant with a slide show of the week's events featuring photos submitted by John and a few others. In our many Road Scholar programs, this was a first. And what souvenir could be better!
This was the last full day of our program. That was sad but we were looking forward to J.T.'s return on Friday.