After leaving the Smokey Mountains, we had five days to drive nine hours to Daytona Beach. Therefore, we took the opportunity to visit a few Harvest Host locations. In this podcast episode, we talk about the Harvest Hosts we visited driving from the Smoky Mountains to Daytona Beach and our adventures in Daytona Beach!
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Driving from Smoky Mountain to Daytona Beach
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- Bowers Farm in Pomaria, South Carolina
- Bowers Farm is located on land that has been in the family for over 75 years.
- They have cows, sheep, goats, turkeys, rabbits, ducks, pigs, and both meat and egg-producing chickens
- Herd it Here Farm
- The animals on this farm included Cherokee the horse, Tilley the mini horse, Eddie the mini donkey, Alpacas, Pygmy and Fainting goats and chickens
- Debellation Brewery in Richmond Hill, Georgia
- Get updates on live music and events on their Facebook page.
- Daytona Beach area
- Tread Lightly 4wd Way – Jeep Badge of Honor trail
- Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory
- Sammies Ice Cream and Milkshakes
- WeBoost Drive Reach RV signal booster
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