Friday, July 10, 2020

Lunch In Sebring

Sebring for lunch, some pictures on a blazing hot July 4th outside the van, while Rusty and I walked.
On my road trips I enjoy the small Florida towns and I miss being able to stop off and walk at will.
We found ourselves surrounded by people not wearing masks which limited our ability to wander and look.


Lots of empty spaces but she stopped right here and walked away to a crowd leaving lots of empty spaces fifteen feet from her badly parked car left with it's diaper trailing.
I took a few photos of things that caught my eye as we walked. Not Key West this week...



The blue dot marks the spot.

And afterwards north on Highway 17  lined by orange groves.
And characteristic dips in the road. 

3 comments:

lys93 said...

I like driving off the main roads in Florida...it is not what I would have expected for some reason.

Anonymous said...

I also loved driving Florida’s backroads. Small Florida towns were very Deep South. Always met someone who was interesting, and very nice. Southern charm, I guess.

Conchscooter said...

High income Incomers develop the coasts, low income retirees crowd the inland lakes. The rest of the state is a traditional southern small town state well worth visiting. Pre-coronavirus it was fun to stop off at local stores and diners and know that condos, bikinis and second homes are't all that Florida amounts to.