We drove down the east coast of Florida to Jonathan Dickinson State Park. As is the case in most areas along the coast there are no wind breaks. The first two days were gorgeous.
(Ranger station just past the sign)
But yesterday and today we have had a constant wind of 25-30 mph. This is not good for canvas awnings on the RV’s.
(The wind is holding the back one up)
(Flags have been rescued from the poles)
Every thing is in except the ones over the slide outs, they cannot be rolled in any further. They are taking a beating. But the weather is nice staying in the lower70’s at night and upper 70’s in the day. A mostly inside time; time to recoup, but eat too much. Hahahaha.
(The picture out to Hobe Sound did not come out well, these are Cyprus’ making a tunnel)
(One of the Cyprus, and one of the houses on the beach that says don’t come in this ain’t yours)
I do a lot of thinking. Mostly of places we have been, as we watch the travel pictures do a slide show. We are still enjoying the afterglow of a great visit with the family Conrad. We met at their Aunt Nee’s house for lunch. The whole family is such a delight. As I say many times, this family is one in a million, hard to describe our relationship, we met them in Missouri while I was in the USAF. Now we have known them over 50 yrs.
The Woods, Gary & Anna Mae, are headed down from NY, but we will be leaving out before they make it down this far. We had hoped to meet them while down.
(This is a very nice, our house is blue/white in the back ground. the orange pile, is a tent that succumbed to the wind)
(Orange Tent back up)
(Can you see how these are bulging to the rear?)
We are watching tents here in the Camp ground, those guys are having it rough, but look like they are still having fun.
Take care out there in Blog land. Thanks for taking the time to stop by.
I have been lost in thought. It was unfamiliar territory
Concerning cars, do you remember ‘recaps’?
Ever run ‘used tires’?
I like this hitch hiker