Well, It's happening. Despite Mr Garmin's best efforts, we are nearly afoot. An eye injury at work has me sidelined for what the doctor said will be "1 to 3 or, maybe 1 to 5 years". Amidst the situational vertigo following his comments, I thought, well you've survived a lifetime in the Marine Corps, numerous Hurricanes and Typhoons, the eruption of Mount Pinatubo, a house fire and 3 really adventurous sons; it's time for another adventure. And my wife is really supportive. My musings will pale behind Brett the Everywhere Man (I have 19 to go), that eastbound Icelander, the guys that were 1st to Tuk and those Kiwi's on Honda minis, but I will share. It may not seem as epic, but with present company it will be as epic as I can fathom. Two of my three sons have more than a month free to join me. The 3rd will surely join us out west? He has a critical case of FOMO. The bosses will understand, they hired him because he is persuasive (he writes advertising). The bikes are prepped, fueled & loaded. We will dip our feet in the Atlantic at our beloved Satellite Beach, backtrack half a mile past home on the way through the Space Center. Hope to get the tires sandy at Daytona, take ferry at Mayport and kiss the ocean goodbye at Amelia Island. If the Zumo's co-operate, we will join the SEAT and head west. Thanks for a forum like this that makes it possible to plan, follow and do this Adventure. Advice and constructive criticism are highly encouraged, even more so it they point us towards an epic meal.