After friends Barb and Bob left and headed North, Liz and I spent a couple more days at Tybee Island, near Savannah. Our next scheduled event was a Hockey Game in Pittsburgh. Departing Tybee, and right on the way we headed back to Brunswick for another round of festivities at the McNicolls’. You may recall
We’ve spent the past few days hanging out on the Florida and Georgia Coasts. WITH AN AWESOME TWIST!!! Our friends, Barb and Bob White were returning from So. Florida Cruising. We organized RV-Parks near Daytona Beach, FLA and Savannah, GA, each of which had cottages. We provided pineapple, orange and coconut juice and The Whites
Well, I said we were slowing down. That is an UNDERSTATEMENT. First we stayed at Oklawaha RV Resort, which is actually a KOA. Not far from Ocala and near Ft. McCoy. Which is to say, not much nearby. Nice uncrowded large campground – so uncrowded that the security guard said to pick any open spot.
We are having a HELL of a Curry! Just to recap… We have driven almost 9,000 Miles!!!!! We have burned about 1,100 gallons of diesel. 3 Gallons of Motor oil. 2 pairs of jeans. I haven’t counted TP rolls, but you get the gist. Twice across the Southern States. The Northern States will have to
We have “slowed Down” a bit. Our “schedule” is now more of a guideline. We have to be in Flagler Beach Florida (near St. Augustine) on 19 March to meet friends Barb and Bob White. That gives us almost 3 weeks from the time we left Lafayette. So we decided to use that time to
Mardis Gras. This is a post about 50 shades of. Having been to MG in New Orleans back just after college (which I barely remember due to encroaching age and the alcohol-fog that seemed to describe the meteorological conditions in 1981), LC tried to ‘spain the differences we would notice in Lafayette’s version. “New Orleans