Not too long ago I engaged a travel agent in Utah to take a road trip using a golf cart south Florida in order to reach my final destination of Port Charlotte. This somewhat awkwardly written first sentence was intentionally worded as such. The reason behind this intention is partly for the purposes of search engine optimization but also for the purpose of describing what in fact could not be described in any other way. You see, it is not that my golf cart came from south Florida but rather that was the actual bona fide name of my golf cart.
THE BONA FIDE NAME OF GOLF CART SOUTH FLORIDA
The Johnny Road Trip blog was originally conceived as a blog that celebrates the wonder and glory of the good old American road trip. This is something that really cannot be experienced in the same way in any other country. No other country has the wide open spaces, diversity of terrain and the infrastructure of highways, back roads, bridges and tunnels that our country enjoys. Yes there has been much talk as of late about the aging of this infrastructure. However, the simple fact remains that (at least for now) it is still quite usable and is used by many a road trip enthusiast.
This is not to say that this problem of aging infrastructure does not need to be addressed eventually. It most certainly does. But at present there is still time to do so and we here at the Johnny Road Trip blog are of the opinion that our government will in fact address this at some point despite their apparent state of dysfunction at the present point in time. Our nation’s infrastructure is simply too important to not address eventually and we firmly believe that the importance of which we speak will eventually give rise to action.