I didn’t mean shut down for good, just every night I have a problem shutting down this system. Someone may post some thing exciting and I would miss it.
On the trip to Florida we drive thru Georgia. I-95 was a bear a few years back, the road is smooth and makes for a good trip now. We stopped for fuel at the Flying J in Brunswick, GA. I know that is not where Brunswick Stew comes from, but I think of it every time. Then comes:
I hear a lot of RV’rs fuss about truckers, but I find most of them very courteous. Many of my family (uncles, cousins and a brother) were truckers. I loved their stories and even made one long haul with my brother. You get a different prospective sitting in the seat with 35-40K lbs behind you, when some kid pulls out in front of you like you can stop on a dime. I am courteous and they are very courteous back.
(This guy passed just as we were passing ‘Coosawhatchie’ Ga. You can see our van in the rear monitor on the right)
Just before Coosawhatchie, is this old smoke stack, finally some one has painted it and placed an ad on it.
I love flat beds on trucks so you can see what they are hauling. today we saw two GIANT tracks for a huge steam shovel. It took one truck for one track. I wondered who would change that tire. hahaha.
You are always curious when five law enforcement cars with blue lights surround a vehicle, what is going on? Our friends Don & Evelyn drive a Tripi-cal motor home. We saw one just like theirs in the CG we over nighted in.
Then She was getting fuel at the Flying J when we pulled in. Sherry talked to the lady She was towing her Saturn car. In the process of divorce she is living in the motor home while they settle on the house in Florida. She looked to be in her 50’s. I am seeing more and more of that; divorce in the later years. I think most of them will be sorry they did not try harder to work things out.
We always drive thru the 80 mile speed trap on 301. Huge signs say SPEED TRAP IN Lawdy. then another Bill Board size sign: SPEED TRAP AHEAD IN WALDO. We counted the speed signs once there is a average of one per mile. 65,55,45,35,25,35,45,55,65,55,45,35,25,35,45,55,65 up & down etc.You really have to pay attention to remember which zone you are in.
We had a great trip. we have this RV park to ourselves just about. 495 sights and about 24 RV’s here. We walked for an; hour tonight, we haven’t done that in awhile.
If you are familiar with Florida, we are at the beginning of the Florida Turnpike, near Wildwood, now. Thanks for coming by the log
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