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Mar 23, 2018 - After 3,2000 Miles and Two Months We Made It To Florida

Greetings from Florida! We left Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge and along the way we met up with a childhood friend, Pam and her daughter who had just begun their move from Florida to California and Washington. Pam and I hadn’t seen each other in years however it didn’t feel like it! Dennis, Pam, Mindy and I had lunch and visited for about an hour before they had to get on the road and get some miles under their belt. Our next stop was supposed to be for a week in a town just above Orlando and then head to Disney World but as they say,...

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East Bound and Down

Dec 21, 2013 - Enchanted Lakes RV Park

Moving south down the Florida coast, we wanted to split the distance from Fort Clinch to Hobe Sound. This stop was a little more than half way but a great stop. They honored Passport America, which we joined last winter, so our site was half price, only $20.00 for the night. And there were no trains in the area! Hooray! We could have easily stayed here longer. The residents were so friendly and we could hear the fountain in the pond while lying in bed at night. So restful! And, yes, we slept with the windows open. We would like to come back...

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Nov 15, 2009 - Malabar FL

First, a little side note that I found interesting. RJ's son Rusty says that if a fishing tourney is weighing them "alive" that means they will "catch and release", which I guess is what most good fishermen want to do. Then RJ said that the announcer reminded the guys a couple of times while we were there that they had to take the fish back out "beyond the locks"...out into the main part of the lake. I, deaf dope that I am, not wearing my hearing aids, of course, didn't hear that part..... On to Sunday, and we wandered back to the grill for...

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Jun 1, 2008 - Settled in Malabar

Traveling with Carol, Lou & Beau ........... We drove the 50 miles to Malabar - to Camelot. We are parked in a site that we can see the Indian River out our windows - nice view. There are quite a few RVs parked here whose owners obviously spend the winter here. I guess they are snowbirds. We are settled in until June 10th. Beau was a little confused yesterday - not quite sure where he was. However, it didn't take him long to realize that this crazy household has moved on again and everything is OK. We have our satellite again. We were in so...

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