It was supposed to start with me meeting him in Apalachicola on Monday. But I had a business dinner scheduled to meet with prospective new clients, good friends of one of Sarah's best friends. They want to move forward, so beginning in January, I have another house to design.
Because of that, I decided to ride the 208 miles to Albany, Ga to meet Ken as he was moving from the panhandle through Dothan, Alabama and Albany.
First stop was for a healthy lunch at Southern Roots
Two scooters in front of the Pub.
Ken at the Ray Charles Memorial
And if those cotton fields are rotten, you don't get very much cotton.
Ken, Big Red and Razzo waiting at the Douglas Airport
Just missed us
Jim and the P-82 under restoration.
Twin fuselage airplanes are rare.
Picture on the wall of the plane flying
What it looked like
Scooterists mucking it up.
Four scooters and a plane
Three dinosaurs and Stephanie
An unusually beautiful day for a ride
Passing Mount Florida, the spoils of Potash mining.
Blurry shot of the lights at Stephen Foster State Park
Lights at the museum in the parkBack at the cabin, Stephanie serenaded us with her ukulele, even singing to a song. She tried Stephen Foster's Suwanee River, but had never heard it before so it was a challenge for her. She decided, after reading the words, that it was a sad song and abandoned the effort.
In the morning, Jim brought breakfast and Ken and I departed at around 10:30, Ken heading south with me going east. I stopped at Everybody's in Baldwin for a pork chop and vegetable lunch.
On the way back home
Lunch at Everybody's
What a great way to spend a couple of days.