I woke up this morning in New Orleans. After a lukewarm shower in a slow draining tub, I ate a waffle in observance of National Waffle Day. I'm not sure why they consider that food. The good news is that I fly home this afternoon!
I left Clearwater on August 6th. Eighteen days later I will have completed 60 of the 157 dealership shops on my route. That includes the two I complete this morning en route to the airport. Tonight I drive to Pompano Beach to shop a timeshare resort. It's a whirlwind!
Fortunately, on Tuesday I really do make it home for a few days of low key living. I need to get my Florida license so that I can renew the tag on my car, which is expiring. Besides that I don't have much planned. I imagine I will find some local shops to pass the time.
It's been a great run. It starts all over again next Sunday when I fly back to New Orleans. The second leg of my trip takes me along the Gulf Coast, then to the Georgia Coast and north, before I cut across somewhere in North Carolina. I break again when I get to Oklahoma City.