Tropical Suites Daytona Beach
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... grass of the middle of the road. We had already passed him, but Jonathan saw it in the rear view mirror and then it appeared that he was going to get back on the road! Scary - we thought he might be drunk or something, so called the police in case he did decide to get back in the road and cause an accident. Traffic was backed up further in our journey due to a truck that had caught fire. I found a picture of it in the news. We arrived at Daytona and can only describe it ...
Second adventure with some modifications.
Snagged a concrete site across from the bathhouse. Kinda loved it !
Mosquitoes were relentless ! Park is nice, lot of places to walk dogs, but too many mossies.
Saw a Diamondback rattlesnake (aproxx. 4 ft) purchased walking sticks and will stick to well cleared trails.
Abundant deer. Lots of places to fish, yet none were biting.
Celebrating the annual assurance of having be reminded when I was born for a change at Home in DAB. My personal Baker Karin made a delicious Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte .... Yummy , yummy but my belly is growing..... We worked it of today on the nice Ormond Beach Loop ...
... most of the beach and just park there. Someone was bitten by a shark at the beach on the same day we were there. Sure glad we don't surf!!!
Left Daytona Beach for Savannah and our last stop before heading west and back home.
Not much other the beach in Vero Beach but the stay was still pretty nice.
Daytona Speedway was amazing even with the $400 million construction project they ...
... upon a huge flock resting in the marsh where we could finally get a clear picture of these delightful little birds.
We conclude our van tour with a brief stop at the entrance to the Canaveral Seashore not far from the Scrub Ridge area. Here, we score a rare sighting of the Florida Scrub-Jay. I remind Casey that it is in violation of Federal Law to feed this threatened species. She loves to toss whole roasted peanuts to the Blue Jays that seem ...