Good evening friends and family,
It’s been way too long since I’ve updated you on our travels. I could make lots of excuses, but mostly we’ve been having too much fun. Another excuse I’ll give is that I am having computer problems. I have to use it like a tablet and do not have access to the keyboard which makes typing so much slower. A trip to Best Buy is on my “to do” list. Enough with the excuses, let’s catch you up.
Last time I wrote we were heading to our daughter Karen’s in Berea, Kentucky. While there, we stayed at a small RV/mobile home park right off the expressway. There are two parks to choose from right across the road from each other. Both parks are very convenient for those just needing an overnight stop and those who want to visit the area.
As with our stays in Peoria, Illinois and Lebanon, Ohio, we enjoyed not only visiting our family, but also going sightseeing around the areas. What I enjoy most (2nd to visiting with those I love) is seeing and doing what they enjoy most. Each of them took us to their favorite places. The hard part is time goes by too quickly and we have to say goodbye.
We left Berea on the 6th and spent that night in Forsyth, Georgia in the Walmart parking lot. We arrived much later than we had intended. Traffic going through Atlanta was worse than we’ve experienced going through any other large town. Even Chicago! The best part of the drive was seeing the beautiful fall colors. What a perfect time of year to travel. It was a very nice Walmart with a huge parking lot. We were able to park next to an island so we could extend the bedroom slideout.
From there we went into Florida and spent 2 days at Stephen Foster State Park in White Springs. We loved the park and the area.
Today we arrived in Sopchoppy where we will spend the next 8 days in Ochlochonee State Park. We are looking forward to checking out the area. We have already seen wildlife. We saw our first white squirrel and a small doe.
I will post more pictures tomorrow.
Loving our lifestyle.
Until next time,