Pictures of the second leg of our journey to Alaska

September 1, 2009

The press is waiting for us at the Charleston Bicycle Company. They'd like to see what is wrong with the bike and how it is fixed.

The girls patiently wait while playing with the toys the bicycle company has available.

With the playground right next to our site, the girls have no problem enjoying themselves.

September 2, 2009

Cheyenne is enjoying the swimming pool.

September 3, 2009

Cheyenne and Robing playing under a pin oak, covered with spanish moss.

Jasmine surrounded by spanish moss. The trees with the moss look beautiful.

The sun is shining through the spanish moss.

Next big town is Savannah, Georgia. It is on the schedule for tomorrow. Again we'll be in Georgia.

We get to sleep in the caboose tonight. Four bunk beds, a double bed and a tv. What a luxury.

September 4, 2009

The canopy provides a great shady spot for a pick nick.

September 5, 2009

After lunch it is time for Omars birthday cake.

Jamsine gets a swing at the piñata.

Cheyenne is like a dog on a bone. She jumps and hits.

Kerly junior is showing his candy harvest.

September 6, 2009

The road we travel leads us through a beautiful area.

The orange butterfly is Jasmine's favorite.

Gorgeous lilies and big yellow flowers.

Fields of reeds.

An island full of egretts.

September 7, 2009

The turtle is hunting for food.

The pictures of the bridge episode once more.

September 8, 2009

The horse shoe crabs on the beach are bigger then Amarins' foot.

Cheyenne => Wild thing

Jasmine => Observer

Robin => Explorer

September 9, 2009

Robin is enjoying the delicious pizza.

September 10, 2009

Cheyenne and Jasmine are working on some very pretty drawings.

Thank you for your hospitality Camden County Restore.

At the Florida stateline Jasmine has a chance to climb a tree.

Robin and Jasmine are admiring each others outfits.

September 11, 2009

The ferry gets pushed around in the current.

Before the ferry takes off, the girls get a chance to glimpse over the railing.

The one thing that is for sure when we are at the beach is that Cheyenne gets soaking wet.

September 12, 2009

The fort at St Augustine.

Our bicycle is quite a sight.

While Jeff fixes the spokes, Bill fixes our first flat tire on the trailer.

September 13, 2009

The tarp provides a good cover against the rain.

Robin on the rocks.

September 14, 2009

Lunch in the Flagler Fish Company.

The girls on the rock.

Pink lychen.

Robin on the trail.

September 15, 2009

A huge box turtle catches our attention.

This is worth stopping for.

September 16, 2009

Cheyenne is looking at the wall where copies of newspapers of the moonlanding are copper plated.

September 17, 2009

The palm trees near Patrick Air Force Bace provide a nice shade. A good time for a break.

Pumpkin is waiting anxiously for the doggy treats.

Cheyenne is practising with the guitar. She has added it to her 'want to' list.

September 18, 2009

With the couple of miles we've already done, it is about 50 miles to our destination.

The sidewalk slash bicycle path provides a nice shade. We are not pedalling very fast. It is a good alternative for the busy road.

Bob rode out with Wally to meet us.

Cheyenne proudly holds the Welcome to Fort Pierce sign.

A new bicycle is no big deal for Oma Brollman. Even at the age of 84 she hops right on and takes off around the park.

More Brollman family members! The girls take right to them.

At the Brollman residence yet another sign welcomes us.

September 19, 2009

A blimp (Zeppelin) flies right over us.

Fish is for supper. Time to throw out the bait.

Bill is reeling in a kingfish for supper.
Just before we have it on board it escapes!

The endless horizon.

Cheyenne is enjoying the front seat.

Wally is enjoying a moment with the girls on the net.

Oma is amazing. She sailed the open seas and walks the waves with ease.

September 21, 2009

Jasmine is very good at weaving the colored papers.
The fish is a gift for Oma.

A creative day for Jasmine.
She loves to do art.

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