Americas Best Value Inn - Lake City
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the river the water was murky and you couldn't see your feet but on the plus side it was warm! The current was so strong that you basically could just float and you'd move along at quite a quick pace. We only floated onto the next spring which took no time at all so we exited the river and got out of the springs to shower and warm up. It was almost supper time so we set up the 'kitchen' and a small shelter because the weather ...
Wednesday August 13, 2014
Because of the heavy rain this morning we stayed here another day. It continued to rain off and on most of the day but by late afternoon it stopped and we were able to go to the pool for a short time. We hope to be home ...
... lack of anything other than trees along I-10, where it is like driving down a road with solid walls on either side that limit your vision to just the road ahead. I believe I would rather have the vastness of the open desert to look at rather than having the tunnel vision effect on I-10. We stopped for the night at a small campground near White Springs ...
... town of White Springs. Built in 1903 this 40 room hotel offered an acetylene lighting system, its own water plant, a dairy and a vegetable garden. Known as the Hotel Jackson in the 1920s, the structure has served as a bread & breakfast, nursing home, private residence, a restaurant and headquarters for a national broadcasting company.
These are just a few of the buildings ...
6300 miles so far
We have had amazing times, amazing friends, but our ***es are TIRED.
Rather than go on to Clearwater (another 2 1/2 hours), we stopped in Lake City, FL. Checked in, get some ZZZ's, move on tomorrow.
Phyllis cooked an amazing casserole this AM, along with more King's Cake, so we are sufficiently porked up to survive the next recession. The blog entries will ...