Herb and I made a presentation to Capital City Bank in Palatka about the impact the Agritourism Corridor and the Trail Towns movement can make to this rural area.
I checked out the status of the Volusia County Trail work on the Edgewater & Deltona connection to the Brevard county line. It's happening, folks! Great progress. Although I must stress that the trail is NOT open yet and there are chunks missing, I encountered two separate intrepid ladies who were out pushing the envelope. Tammy later wrote me that she was able to ride all the way from Edgewater to Titusville, pushing her bike through some sandy patches along the way. Some seriously hefty bridges! There is lots of work still to be done. And that pesky section from Guise Road to Gobblers Lodge will not be started until next year. Kudos to Volusia County for the great progress! Here's an overview of the anticipated dates.
Thanks to Edyie McCall, Titusville Economic Development Director, for inviting me to present the St Johns River-to-Sea Loop Status at the Titusville Trails Working Group Meeting on Friday. The presentation is at
The Ribbon Cutting for the Grand Avenue Lemon to King St segment has been rescheduled until Monday April 23 at 10:00