Friday, December 2, 2011

On to Florida

We broke camp just after the sun came up on Tuesday when we left Virginia Beach.  We drove down to Shaw AFB (in Sumter SC not far from Columbia)and stayed a couple of nights at the FamCamp.  The drive was 384 miles and took us about 7 hours.
From Shaw AFB, we are en route to Mayport, FL near Jacksonville where we will stay for a few days.  It has been good weather and looks like it will even get better.

While at Shaw AFB, we played golf on Wednesday.  It was a beautiful day and a very nice golf course.  And the price at $12 each included greens fees and an electric cart.

The course was very well maintained and in great shape.  It wasn't very crowded and we made it around in about 3 1/2 hours.

Yesterday, we went to the base gym which has been renovated and expanded.  It has  a lot of new equipment so we got on the elliptical, rowing and bike machines.  It was a great hour of cardio work.

This is the time of the month that I do my online work, so Pam is driving while I get this out and then log some  work hours.  I am very thankful for the work.  And Pam is a great driver so I expect to get a lot done while we motor down the highway to Mayport.

Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles!

7 comments:

  1. Glad the warm weather is coming back to Florida. What is your method for Internet access while moving, Randy?

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  2. Safe travels to Florida and sure hope the weather continues to be good and even gets better.

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  3. Travel safely! The weather seems to be warming up again...good news!

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  4. I just found your blog. Where are you going to in Florida? We're staying at Juno Beach. I enjoyed looking at some of your older posts about the places you've been to.
    Candy

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  5. We just left Mayport a couple weeks ago. We kept the site warm for you. We're in Avon Park, give us a hollar when you're settled.

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  6. safe journey to Fl and I hope you continue to follow the great weather..enjoy Mayport

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  7. Kudos to Pam for driving that big thing...I guess I could if I have to, but there would be no turning right and no backing up...

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