Audi Logistics, Seafood, Southern Fried Chicken, plus a 10-minute cruise on the St Johns River.
Not much in common there, but for participants of the Audi Club of Florida’s “True North to Savannah” Heritage Run ,May 17-19, all will be in abundance. As folks from across the Sunshine State gather Friday after a tour of Audi’s distribution center in Jacksonville, it will be off for some local seafood with a view of the St John’s River at Singleton’s Seafood Shack in Mayport.
The following morning we will head north to cross the St John’s River on a ferry, drive under the oaks and Spanish moss on Amelia Island, and arrive at the Port of Brunswick Ga. We are still working on a visit to the facility where our Audis first touched land again after their North Atlantic cruise. Then on to Savannah, we will be arriving before noon with all on their own for an afternoon of exploration and adventure in the setting of “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”
Around 5:00 PM we will regroup and be on our way to supper at Cahill’s Chicken Kitchen. After crossing Tallmadge Memorial Bridge over the Savannah River, we will continue the Lowcountry drive through a short part of the Gullah Heritage Corridor for about 30 minutes than arrive in Bluffton SC. This restaurant/market could have been the inspiration and business model for Cracker Barrel only it is better, much better. They serve primarily Lowcountry cooking (comfort food) including many Southern style cooked veggies, most of them grown and freshly picked from just over their fence.
Cheers and Safe Motoring
Audi Club of Florida