2012-12-23 27 -81
Just on the shore of Lake Glenada.
- Geoff's Dad
Coming out of Tampa, the approach to Sebring was uneventful. Dad pointed out the various manmade square lakes as phosphate mines. Between this area of Central Florida, underground mines in Saskatchewan, and a third that was never pointed out to me, these three areas supply 85% of the world's fertilizer. Interesting(?) factoid!
And yet the thing is, that's really the most interesting thing that happened. We landed at Sebring Regional Airport where I had the incredibly healthy early lunch of a bacon cheeseburger, and I got to leave the Ten of Diamonds in the pilot's lounge, but aside from that? Nothing.
We took off again to head east towards another airspace collision at Fort Pierce.
| Geoff earned the Air geohash achievement