We had a lot of traffic yesterday. WE came thru all the speed traps on US301, we have never gotten a ticket there but have friends who have.
(Peacock pictures from Lake Apopka, Fl 2006 I loved seeing these birds all over the place and on our picnic table)
In Starke, FL something bad must have happened behind us because we met EVERY emergency in the town I am sure headed south.
But my surprise was where US301 meets I-10 The line was backed up 2 miles. I passed on the right lane (It is a left turn to get on I-10) until I realized all those cars I had passed were waiting patiently in line saying bad words about folks like me who go to the head of the line. You probably know what I mean. But I could do nothing but put on my turn signal and a nice guy let me in. I hate feeling bad like that, you cannot explain that to the guys you passed.
I believe I remember Myra in a blog entry, saying something like that, wanting to apologize for a blooper.
One bad wreck stopped traffic for awhile,we passed ant he cars were pretty badly damaged, we hoped no one was injured very badly.
Spring was obvious in Georgia with the yellow wild flowers along the highway.
Then on I-95 around Savannah, GA the traffic again stopped, we saw no wreck but it looked like an arrest of some kind.
We made it to the RV park. Sherry heated left –over veggie beef soup. She didn’t want to walk so I took off for a mile or so. These pretty flowers were all over the swamp I picked Sherry a bouquet. I don’t know what they are but they are beautiful, wild flower of not.
But for us it was a good days drive. It was good to be on the road.
Thanks for riding with us, It was only 6 hours, but nice.
I love the tidal streams and rivers that feed the Atlantic we cross on the East coast. Maybe we did not pass Spring.
1980’s cars These are antiques, 35 yrs old!
1980 Countauch (?) WHAT?
This one reminds me of Ricardo Montalban(?)