We have been there many times. It makes for a good ride as it is located in a scenic part of the state.
And the accommodations are free.
It is only a 90 mile ride for me, and I arrived at 5:30 after working most of the day.
We went for pizza in Newberry and brought it back to the compound to eat on a picnic table outside.
The next morning was cold, in the 40's early, so we waited until 9:30 and 58F to leave for Suwannee. I had hoped we could have lunch at Salt Creek, but they were only open for dinner.
So Ken found that the Marina had food.
From there we headed back to Newberry, then I pointed Vanessa to home and we had a nice ride back.
It had been too long since the last ride with Ken. I hope we can do it again soon.
Riding through the trees near Newberry.
More on the road between Camp David and Newberry.
Camp David. I stayed in the "Alabama Dream Home", Ken in Dave's travel trailer.
Wildfllowers were everywhere on the ride to Suwannee.
Ken in Suwannee.