I enjoyed my time in Florida, lots to do, but a tad expensive. Average campsite was almost twice as expensive as my usual budget.
Robin and Tom joined me for a SpaceX night launch. We arrived with chairs (and adult beverages) around 5pm and watched the launch from the mainland.
I made a great video of the launch, but I don’t know how to download it to the blog. Actually I don’t even know if that’s possible?
After Robin and Tom departed, I began my westward migration stopping in Marianna Florida (about 40 miles north of Panama City).
The landscape in this area drastically changed, compliments of hurricane Michael.
I did go to Panama City, but could not bring myself to take pictures. There were entire neighborhoods of vacant lots. Virtually every structure still standing has damage.
The campground I stayed in had a huge bonfire burning night and day, tended by a bulldozer.
Next stop for us is Alabama (North, then West).