Sunday, April 6, 2014
The Season Ends At Silver Springs
Our camping season is just about over, but not before we spend three nights at Silver Springs State Park in Ocala, Florida. We started the season At Skidaway Island State Park in Savannah, Georgia on September 30th of last year. We've been as far north as Letchworth State Park in Castile, New York, and as far south as Sebastian Inlet State Park in Melbourne, Florida. We went as far west as the extreme northwest tip of Georgia with our visit to Cloudland Canyon State Park. In-between all of those places I mentioned, there have been a ton of other campouts, and thousands of miles traveled. We've met hundreds of great people, and had so much fun, that it's just plain unbelievable. It's been a record setting season of camping in every way. Here in sunny Ocala, it's another hot Florida day. It's 89 degrees inside of me at the moment, and I'm in the shade! We camped here back in February of 2011, and stayed in this same campsite, #34. Gary parked me close to the power and water hookups during our first visit, but this time, he opted to put me under the trees. This is a HUGE campsite. There is room for at least a half dozen little trailers like me, maybe more. I'm right on the corner as you come into the camping loop. I'm getting lots of stares and an occasional thumbs up from people driving by. That's always nice. TV reception is pretty good, and Gary has the NASCAR race on for us to watch. It looks like he is going to hang out with me today instead of running off to one of the local antique stores. That's different! Of course, he still has Monday and Tuesday to do that if he wants to. Well, Gary wants the computer so he can play on eBay for awhile, so I'll sign off for now. Have a GREAT day!