Caffeine and Octane On Jekyll Island Is Home To Full-Bodied American Style
What comes to mind when you hear the words, “cars and coffee?” Does it render a scene of expansive blacktop parking lots whose grid of lines house rows and rows of the varied mix of cars that never fails to materialize on weekend mornings around the world?
The relatively recent surge of popularity and enthusiasm toward these events is arguably one of the best things to happen to the nebulously defined “car culture.” And the generalization that leads to things like the seemingly useless phrase “car culture,” is exactly why it’s so great: because it’s not another niche event, it is a generalization of sorts. You don’t need to join a club, know the right people, have the right car, none of that. Basically all you need is a will and means to physically move yourself to the location in order to enjoy vehicles from almost every niche, not just one.
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