I left Daytona about 11:30 this morning and headed north up the peninsula. By 6:30 I had passed through Georgia and entered South Carolina on my way to my friends Joan and Gary who live in Charlotte, North Carolina. I should get there tomorrow afternoon.
The only thing I noticed today was the condition of the roads in South Carolina. They are beginning to rival the ones in Louisiana for potholes and dips. They seem particularly bad entering and leaving bridges. Why can't engineers create smooth transitions to and from bridges? I guess in cars you don't notice them but on a motorcycle or hauling a trailer, you sure do!