The trip, other than being about ten hours long, meeting our objective time
frame, was rather dull. The only glitch happened around Ft. Pierce were I
managed to miss the exit and we ended up driving two miles north to the next
exit, turned around, two miles south and caught the appropriate exit to
catch the Florida Turnpike North.
By noon we were on I-10 West when we stopped off for lunch. Five hours
later we arrived in Pensacola were Agent Johnsen picked up a map of the
local area. We drove around for about twenty minutes before deciding to
stay at the Hampton Inn just south of I-10 off of 291.
So far we have not encountered any paranormal phenomenon, but along the way
I informed Agent Johnsen that Pensacola is also a known hot spot for UFO
activity, given the proximity of the Eglin Air Force Base. Agent Johnsen
was thrilled at the prospect of seeing possible UFO activity during our stay
but it's unsure of we will see any.
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