Econo Lodge University
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... leech socks images" and scroll until you find what it looks like if you don't have leech socks. Needless to say, we now have this new fashion statement as part of our wardrobes.
Wireless is supposed to be widely available at least when we are in the cities, so I will write again in a few days after we arrive. Until then, look out for leeches.
... for us to avoid road closures due to flooding.
Near Brunswick, GA we hit heavy, sometimes blinding rain. Not fun! Fortunately it didn't last too long. It's raining on and off all through S. Carolina. I-95 is closed at I-26. Northbound traffic is being re-routed west on I-26. We're headed for I-77 to Charlotte. The good news? Gas is $1.99 9/10 (cash). Temp is in the mid-60s. We've switched from A/C to heat! By the time we got to Charlotte, it was 59 and ...
... five miles it would take to get to where we did get on and you have a nice little 10 mile detour. Along the route to the freeway we saw some really nice housing areas. Very large trees and beautiful, mostly brick homes on large lots were the order of the day. Each little neighborhood had a nice sign at the entrance signifying the name of the development.
Right before getting on the I-10 I recognized the hotel where I stayed on a previous motorcycle ...
... exciting, I know), and a pair of bald eagles in their enormous nest (so breathtaking!!!). It was a nice, refreshing hike after a morning stuck in the Scamp. Back at our home base later on, we cleaned up and packed up the few things we’d mistakenly left out in the rain the night before and hunkered down while the temperature dropped into the 20s.
The next morning, it was time to reload on supplies and head out for St. George ...
... the U. of F. is home to the Florida Gators, intercollegiate sports teams, and sports is huge on this campus, the PT area of the hospital is a huge complex. There had to have been 30 therapy beds, endless amounts of equipment, a therapy pool and loads of PT patients, many of whom were students re-habing from a variety of sports injuries. It was quite an amazing place and we were glad to see where Kim has been recovering from her injury and surgery.