South Shore Motel
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... a handy dandy mat!
We had to set up in the rain and our planned bbq ended up being a pan fry. Of course that got the fire alarm going so that battery was removed! Oh well! We'll put it back before we head out again. :-)
We're staying over for the day to do some more laundry, do some cleanup and just rest. We head to Miami ...
... water or the boardwalks and the restaurants are a little less touristy. We spent the afternoon driving slowly down the coast and listening to the Patriots football game on our phones. We drove through the town of St. Augustine which was founded in 1565 by the Spanish and is the oldest continuously settled city in the USA. It`s a major tourist attraction and it`s pretty obvious. The place is so built up with museums and amusement parks and tours ...
... Watching the news is a little scary when this is all going on around us. (Someone up there is looking after us) We changed to go out for dinner and went to the hotel bar for a drink first, for Cynthia to comment on how well we scrubbed up. After a cocktail & beer we went on a mooch to see where we could could grab some dinner. On way down in lift, we got chatting to a couple. Sean from Ireland was gigging in a comedy club nearby. We walked towards the Main Street, ...
... clouds fill the middle third stretching from the sea to half of the way up the sky, they are back lit by brilliant flashes of golden lightning, both fork and cloud to cloud. Occasionally flashes repeat, once, twice, thrice, strobing so intensely they momentarily hurt the eyes.
Above the clouds, stretching as high as you can see is the star field, showing 50 times the specks of light you see in an area with ...
... was quite a treat. One of the speedway personnel there took our photo in victory lane. It was hard to believe my grandfather had been racing in the Daytona area in the early 1950's.
Years ago I had taken a tour of Talladega Motor Speedway. During that tour, we actually got to ride one lap around the track. I remember the banking in the corners was amazingly steep. I was hoping for a similar experience at Daytona. Unfortunately the day ...