Thursday, August 12, 2010

The Donut Hole

Day 27: Thursday, August 12, 2010
The Donut Hole

As our friend Heidi can tell you, Mark loves donut holes. We could hardly believe our luck when we found this little gem resting right outside of our campground. Little did we know that everyone else in the Panhandle was also looking for donut holes this fine Thursday morning. The Donut Hole is, in fact, a rockin'...

The Donut Hole serves us all sorts of treats, but they specialize in cake donuts that are really just mini cakes. Our sampling included a Boston Cream Pie, Red Velvet, and Key Lime, and a few standard glazed for Andrew's first donut experience.

Believe it or not, they were out of donut holes... what the??

Continuing to eat our way across the panhandle, we ate lunch at the famous Hunt's Oyster Bar
in Panama City, FL. Like the reviews promised, it was phenomenal.

Of course, like all of our great finds, it was next to a strip club. Who are we to judge? A girl's got to eat...

Night found us in the famed Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park. Located on the Suwannee River, this is a year-round destination for traveling music festivals.

With hiking paths like "Jam Trail", a permanent stage area, and a building dedicated solely to guitar picking, it's a musician's dream camping destination. The facility is more or less built to be a permanent Woodstock and has some sort of musical event every night. As they say, it's "where the music lives". And for tonight, its where we are living as well. Tomorrow we will continue our trek through Florida. Is that a roach on the ground??

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