Travel Log: Day 300 - Just Passed the Halfway Point

I can't believe it's been so long since I posted. We just passed the halfway point on our trip and in 3 days will reach day 300. Yesterday, our odometer rolled passed 24,000 miles. A lot has happened in the last few weeks. We enjoyed a wonderful 2 months in Florida. After we left Cedar Key we hugged the coastline, cut through the Everglades (stayed in Everglade City), sent 5 nights in Tavernier where I continued my research on my whooping crane book, did Key West with thousands of college kids on Spring Break, snorkeled with the manatees, snorkeled along John Pennycamp Reef, and the Dry Tortugas, survived Miami, and continued up the east coast of Florida. We are now in Georgia, staying on Tybee Island. Last night we were on Saint Simon Island for a couple of days and before that in a nice, little town called St. Mary's where we took the ferry over to Cumberland Island. Tomorrow we head for Savannah. Except for a nightmare where Betty Davis was stalking me, depositing dead bodies in the back of my car, the trip through this part of the country has been delightful. Maybe it's time I got back to mystery writing. I'm deep into finishing the Last Flock, so I'm not sure when I'll post again.