Surf Club Hotel
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Day 38 Wednesday 8th July
Macon to Melbourne, Florida 460 miles
Well last full riding day today and a so called transit day with lots of miles to cover mainly on Interstate. Andy S has decided to ride in the pick up truck, so there is only myself and Scotty and Catherine in our riding group.
We get off at 7 am and it is fairly enjoyable ride down the interstate for 288 miles, ...
Rarely do my bike trips have any hard deadlines, but this one this year is very different. I need to be in Daytona Beach on Tuesday when I have an appointment at Daytona Beach Triumph for new rear tire and they are going to store my bike for a few days. I will be flying to Philadelphia to do another CSAPS shoot later this week.
It is 675ish km from KW to DB, and basing that drive on going there Saturday, I didn't want to have to do it in one day. I presumed the drive ...
... had booked a camel-back safari, so I ended up going with them on the back of my very own camel named Chewy. I then got to see the entire ranch again, including the pygmy hippos, from atop a wet camel who loved being scratched behind the ears. Afterwards I was finally able to meet with Omar, their equivalent of a zoo keeper, who takes care of the pygmy hippos (and all the other animals) and will be collecting poo samples for me. I talked to him about my project and then we ...
... and our rooms were not ready so we went on the beach and fell asleep and got soooooo burned that we never drank the beer and stayed in bed for a few days with the chills. Took that case home for another day. No sunburn this time and no hangover either.
I had some issues with my bike so I got Clyde, the bike mechanic to fix it. He owns a little bike shop in Malabar and works there alone, as far as I can tell.
Sunday the 20th was filled with The Daytona 500, cornhole ...
... the winter, some could have been week-enders, but what ever they were there were an awful lot of them. Yet again we seem to be bucking the trend, we went north in the winter and now we are going south into the summer! However it won't be for long, we will be coming back up the coast to the Carolinas with D&T during next week, RVing properly with them for the first time. Then when they return home at the end of ...