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Apr 1, 2008 - Blueberry Hill

We made our relocation to Blueberry Hill RV Resort in Bushnell early so that Stephan could head to work after getting us hooked up in our new location. Our primary reason for selecting this park was their special of $275 + electric for April. Upon arrival, we were pleased to find a clean park with lots of amenities within a reasonable drive for Stephan. The Florida parks are starting to empty as the winter populace head back up north for the summer. There are many vacant sites here. A SuperWalmart, Wendy’s, KFC, Taco Bell, Subway, Dunkin...

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Mar 5, 2008 - Bushnell, Florida

On March 5, we arrived at Bushnell, Florida. It was a relief to get here. It seemed like it took forever. Since basically the first of 2008, this has been our destination, in anticipation of Daniel and Heather's wedding. We are staying at the Sumter Oaks RV Park, an Escapees Rainbow Park (like the park in Summerdale, AL). We are paying $14.50 per night plus electric and beginning April 1, will get a discount on each week we stay. We checked in with Daniel and had dinner with him and Heather on Thursday the 6th, then relaxed for the next few...

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Dec 10, 2007 - Bushnell, Florida

12/10 - 12/27 It took us five days to travel 897 miles to Bushnell, Florida. Along the way we stayed in Wal-Mart parking lots in Dry Ridge, Kentucky; Knoxville, Tennessee and Valdosta, Georgia. We also stayed for two nights at a Cummins dealer in Atlanta, Georgia where we had annual service done on our motorhome engine and generator. In Bushnell we stayed at Sumter Oaks RV Park which is an Escapees' club park. During our stay we met up with a number of friends including: Bob and Laura, Bill and Diane, and Mary Lynn and Jeff. We had a great...

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Apr 18, 2007 - Final Catch-Up....

We finished the Parkway just short of Nashville, Tennessee. We checked out the Highway 96 Double-Arch Bridge. This bridge was built 155 feet above the valley floor and was the first arch bridge built with segments of concrete. It spans 1,648 feet. The arches were designed to support the deck without evenly spaced spandrel columns...whatever that means. I am just writing what the info pamphlet said. This was such a feat that it was awarded 13 design awards, including the Presidental Award for Design Excellence from the National Endowment for...

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Oct 31, 2003 - Making Our Way To Florida

Making Our Way To Florida Oct 31, 2003 Trying to get into making post on the travel journal is proving more difficult than I expected it to be. Not sure how Mom did it when she and Dad were on the road back in the 70's. She posted notes by hand in her journals most everyday for all the years they were traveling. My hat is off to her. Just to catch up since Escapade I'll cover several weeks and post a few photos too. When we finally said our last goodbyes to everyone in Michigan we headed south and decided to skirt the eastern seaboard...

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