It was based around Larry's Place in Newberry (an Alabama dream home and a travel trailer so we can stay in different structures)
It started by meeting up at the Williston Airport again, as there is a small restaurant that has outdoor seating.
Walt came along as a pleasant surprise, riding up with Ken from St. Petersburg, but he only rode a few miles with us to Bo Didley's grave, then he had other places to see.
Ken and I rode around to see another courthouse, then to Steinhatchee for Oyster Stew followed by a ride to Larry's.
We rose early and headed south to Ocala, then Palatka and Green Cove Springs to knock off some more courthouses. We have now seen 49 of the 67 in the state, meaning we have seen most of Florida in the last year.
Back to Newberry for take out burgers, then just hanging out for the afternoon before Chinese take out for dinner. I considered riding home after dinner as weather was fast approaching, but decided to stay for the night.
It was raining as I awakened and the rain continued with the weather reporters saying it would be raining all day.
But when it stopped at around 9:30, I took a chance and made it all the way to Jacksonville with only a few small drops along the way.
Leaving the Williston Airport with Ken and Walt.
The three scooters lined up at Bo Didley's gravesite.
And that grave. We were there on the anniversary of his death.
Heading to Ocala on a dirt road for part of the ride.
Putnam County Courthouse in Palatka. We don't go in them anymore as the virus makes access difficult.