The main goal of our trip was to get away to Florida, get to Red Bay for repairs and then get back to VB by mid December. If you have followed us in the last couple of months, you may know we've also stayed in campgrounds in the Carolinas and Georgia.
Here are some of the places we've stayed in the last few weeks:
From Key West, we traveled north to Cypress National Preserve in the Everglades and stayed at the Midway Campground.
From there we moved on to Fort Myers and stayed at the Gulf Waters RV Resort to see friends, Tom, Carol, Bonar and Christa.
After two short days, we moved on to Manatee Springs State Park. This was a bit of a surprise to us but I felt we camp about as close to camping camping as we've been in a while.
Next was the best kept secret of our travels in a while. This campground, Ho-Hum Campground, is 30 miles south of Apalachicola and right on the water.
This is a shot looking back at the RVs facing the water.Or we thought we did. They were not expecting us for two more days so we took another site. It was still pretty great. Another great thing about this was the $34/night price.
The days are getting colder as we continuing our travels north. We thought it important to have full hookups so we opted for the Hurlburt Field FamCamp.
Next we are headed over to Pensacola Naval Air Station (home of the Blue Angels) and two days at Oak Grove RV Campground for a couple of days.
We prefer to stay at places a little longer that two days, but the other side of that is that we get to see more campgrounds and more of Florida. We are making our way to Red Bay, AL next week for repairs and hope to add another State Capitol to our list. We'll be stopping in Montgomery to do that before we get to RB.
Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!