After breakfast we went to the Tallahassee Museum - which is really half old houses and half zoo. The animals were very active - and so were the tour groups of little kids.
Then we went to the airport to buy a set of headphones for the trip.
Next was lunch at Sonny's Barbecue.
At 3 PM - Jack - Tom - and Marge Jones invited us to the Stadium Club for a drink and a good time. Next came a trip to the FSU Stadium Store and finally the FSU Hall of Fame.
A trip to Ted Turner's - Montana Grill for supper finished off a great visit. Ted's serves trout - buffalo - and other wild game.
Friday morning at 8 AM they lift off for New Orleans. We have run into a problem. Between here and New Orleans there are several restricted air spaces. We have to find out if they can fly thru those spaces. We do not want them shot down by F-18 Hornets.
Jim and Elijah at FSU's Hall of Fame with the 3 Heisman Trophies and 3 National Championship trophies.
This vulture was trying to bite me.
The wolves were restless.
This one kept passing under our walk way.
This Alligator was looking for Captain Hook.
Two bear were frisky - the pre-school classes enjoyed that.
The armadillo was burrowing for food.
They are common here in Florida although they came from Mexico.
We all gabbed at the stadium club.
Jack and Jim are old flyers and they spoke a special language.
After a sun storm we went out of the deck to look at the Bobby Bowden Field.
Jim had a picture taken with Bobby Bowden.
Ted's Montana grill has a great menu at reasonable price - and western atmosphere.