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Old 08-03-2015, 09:59 AM   #15
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The only park I'm have any experience with is in Williston about 20 miles south of Gainesville. willistoncrossingrv.com When we first bought our trailer we went there for a shake down outing and found it to be a excellent park. Easy drive into Gville and 1 1/2 hrs from Orlando. Hope this helps Bill W.
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Old 08-04-2015, 04:04 AM   #16
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Chuck we live close to Gainesville in small town of Melrose on lake Santa Fe.One traffic light 1 grocery and one gas station We are refugees of S. Florida (Miami) and feel we have found heaven.... where do you all live We are heading to Nova Scotia in a couple weeks so wish us luck
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That's pretty cool. My Dad has lived in Melrose for about 30 years. My wife and I are from a little NW, the small town of Live Oak. We know live outside of Dothan, AL.

Enjoy your trip to Nova Scotia.
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Old 08-04-2015, 07:41 AM   #17
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Chuck we live close to Gainesville in small town of Melrose on lake Santa Fe.One traffic light 1 grocery and one gas station We are refugees of S. Florida (Miami) and feel we have found heaven.... where do you all live We are heading to Nova Scotia in a couple weeks so wish us luck
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We live in Yankeetown on the Withlacoochee River. We often get ask where Yankeetown is. We explain that it's right next to Crackertown. This is a beautiful secluded area. We hope you have a great trip. Stay safe and have fun. Chuck
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Chuck We fish Yankeetown several times a year for the elusive redfish if you know where to fish you might become my newest best friend BW
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Old 08-05-2015, 06:53 AM   #19
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We spent a night at O'leno last week, on the way home to Stuart,Fl from an 8 week run up to PEI,& Nova Scotia. Pretty cool Stuff! Many spectacular views-Many special places-

Keep your fuel tank filled!

We came back to Maine on that big 10 hour Ferry ride Yarmouth to Portland- Saw Whales, had great meals, tea at 3PM and, a glass of wine at 5PM on the Cruise quality Ship.
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How many American dollars was the ferry ride...sounds like fun... BW
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$424 American-meals extra.

I think that was for a rig up to 31feet. It saved well over 400 mile drive back out the other way.
It put us off in Maine , at a decent hour & in a beautiful area( it used to end in Bar Harbor)

We then headed up to Bar Harbor area, for about a week.

Our travels involved 4 Ferries coming & going from the area
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We're new too and live in Florida in a community called "the villages". Disneyland for adults over 55 but still want to have a few traveling adventures. Hoping rving will be it!'
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We're new too and live in Florida in a community called "the villages". Disneyland for adults over 55 but still want to have a few traveling adventures. Hoping rving will be it!'
I like those "Villages". We have been there 3 or 4 times to visit a cousin that lives there seasonly. We would live there , if our kids did not live in Stuart, near us.

Happy travels to you, good luck with your RV adventures.
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We live fairly close to you in "the villages" fl. Love it here !!
We're buying a small class c for weekend adventures and maybe more??
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We lived in Boca for awhile, Stuart is beautiful too. And you can't beat grandkids. Ours kids are all over so it made this decision easy and love all the activities in the villages , especially the golf and community fun
We used to be boaters, spent months traveling , but now hope to be weekend warriors and add a little more adventure to an already fabulous life
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