It was remarkably cool for a North Florida Summer as we headed north on Chaffee Road. The selected route included the little used country roads that we usually travel. We rode up 121 along the St. Marys River that separates Florida from Georgia to Hilliard, where we met up with Russell Fullwood for the remainder of the ride up.
We arrived at the restaurant before opening, so we headed to the waterfront in downtown St. Marys.
Then back to the restaurant for a nice fried shrimp dinner.
I rode the 40 miles home on I-95 to test Razzo on the highway. It did great, averaging 70 to 75 the entire way.
Karl, Sue and me leaving McDonalds
Me and Sue on the way
Crossing the St. Marys River on 17
Downtown St. Marys
Nice collection of scooters
More downtown St. Marys
St. Marys Seafood and More
When I got home, I was riding down Park Street, where an old pool hall, restaurant, Yesterdays had recently been torn down. It is next to Orsay, probably the best restaurant in town. This sign appeared on the side of Orsay. It has probably been hidden by Yesterdays for the past 60 years and will soon be hidden again by the new building.