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What’s your favorite thing to see while driving around in Orlando?

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"Hi guys, just wondering where are your eyes looking at when driving around. I’ll start by saying people in wheelchairs using electric scooters to propel themselves."

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The tiny Statue of Liberty on Orange Ave by the Magnolia I-4 entrance. It is some I would expect to see in a Times Square gift shop, but for no reason it sit in the median by I-4.
Checking out all the Dan Newlin billboards and thinking the people in his ads are not the most attractive people. Or the bald lawyer billboards that have an extra piece of billboard for the top of their shiny, bald heads. You won’t be able to unsee it now.
Bumby and Robinson there is a 100+ year old Podacarpus tree.
I love when I see pelicans, roseate spoonbills, or wood storks flying over I4. It makes my whole morning better.
I don't live there, now, but loved seeing the baby ducks next to Lake Eola in the Spring.
Real ones will remember the sign and the smell of the old Merita Bread factory taking the turn into Downtown..
Green lights and no traffic. This is almost an illusion here in Orlando.
Probably the guy pulling a train of animal cages over by the Wawa on 434. Don’t know what his story is but I always chuckle when I see him on that mobility scooter.
Driving to downtown and passing lake Eola on Robinson street. It’s probably my favorite view driving in Orlando. Especially right before sunset when everything is golden.

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