Jackie and Konrad drove off in their mini-van, with my wife in tow, as the S-II started around the corner (I stayed behind to get some more pictures).
As I began to follow the same path I traveled when they moved the S-IC (across the grounds, toward the museum so I could get out to the front lot), I became the beneficiary of being in the very right place at the very right time.
There was a USSRC maintenance fellow (who shall remain nameless, to protect the innocent) in a golf cart. We'd him seen under the tent shooting home video earlier. Since it was still raining pretty hard and I had only a small umbrella, I asked if could hitch a ride around front. He said that he was going to go around back and motioned for me to hop in. He stopped off, got me a hard hat, and we took off chasing after the S-II crawler.
We initially took the same gravel road that the crawler took, but then went "off road," the golf cart fishtailing in the Alabama mud. We caught up with the S-II just as it began to near the open end of the Saturn V Center.
We drove around and got in front of it.
He parked the golf cart just outside the building and we charged into the Saturn V Center (checking out the S-IC).