You an tell we traveled north. It was 47 degrees this morning, but it’s warming up nicely already.
We left Tampa about 9:30 yesterday and traveled about 200 miles north on I-75. We are just south of the Florida/Georgia border. It was longer than we normally travel, but an easy trip since it was most all interstate driving. No, I didn’t drive. I had good intentions, but wanted to get north of the traffic in Ocala. At that point, there was no other rest area before we arrived at the campground. Also, Al wanted to hurry and get here so that he could watch the Bucs game. When we leave here, we’ll be on the interstate again, so I’ll give it another try. You can tell I’m not extremely eager to drive this big thing!
We’re staying at Jennings Outdoor Rv Resort. The word “resort” is a stretch. The website made it sound pretty nice, but we’ve learned another good lesson. If the campground is right off the interstate in the state of Florida, it’s probably just a one night stopping off point for the snowbirds, and don’t expect much.
All the sites are pull through...easy in-easy out, and we got good satellite reception. The sites are paved, but pretty close together. We chose a site away from anyone else, but before long the lady in charge brought us neighbors on both sides!
Once we collect some stuff from our storage shed, we’ll be out of here. The bad news is that we were out of the Tampa area far enough we could no longer get Tampa stations and the Tampa Bay Bucs football game was not showing here. Uh oh….it was all my fault. You ladies know how that goes!
After we leave here we plan to head southeast over to the Atlantic coast of Florida to the Flagler Beach area. We have another Thousand Trails park there, so we can stay for $3.00 a night. Can’t beat that price.