Wow, We are having a blast on our maiden voyage! The Wife and I and our pup Pixie are getting into the rv lifestyle.
We left NJ and headed South thru Delaware and Maryland and joined I-95 just North of Richmond Va. Stayed over in a Flying J, scored some 2.99 gas and a breakfast at Denny's.
Then down to South Ga and stopped at another Flying J for the night.
Upon entering Florida we headed West as the plan was to visit the Panhandle.
First stop was Suwannee River SP for a couple of days. Although the weather had been pleasantly in the upper 70s, a cold front was pushing into North Florida.
Next still heading West we stopped at Florida Caverns Sp. By now the weather was down right cold. It was Thanksgiving and I could not believe how many folks were camping. We took the guided cavern tour, then had a sit down and changed out itinerary.
It was time to head South. We stayed a couple nights at Harts Spring a county park. We met a family who has done a reunion at the campground every Thanksgiving for the past 30 years. They take 8 sites have all kinds of rvs and set up a huge big top tent for their Thanksgiving Feast. Amazing group of folks.
We are now in Williston Crossings, we picked up a 7 night special for 99. bucks for first time visitors. Nice clean place, people seem to take pride in their snowbird hangout.
Next week it is down to the Keys, we got lucky and booked 3 nights in Bahia Honda, and 2 more in Long Key.
Then start back North to 3 nights in Hobe Sound and Finally another 3 nights in Sebastian Inlet State Park.
So far our new to us
Winnebago has gone 1500 miles with no issues. I am getting use to driving it and backing into campsites.
The Wife is happy and considering doing at least 2 months next Winter.
Pixie loves it, she is the center of attention and every few days she has a different view out the window.
I now understand how cool it is to go to so many different places and still feel at home. Nothing better than sleeping in your own bed.
Thats all for now---- John-- Miri-- Pixie