Our walk takes us around the perimeter of the park here at Thousand Trails Orlando.
As we walk we get to enjoy the sites and wave. Most folk have something to indicate the season.
some more elaborate than others of course.
The above shot, is one of the most unique spots in the park. Papa Motor home, Mama motor home, and baby. Plus a golf cart. All painted alike.
It is always a treat to see a classic tow vehicle, here is a 1961 Chevy I believe.
As a whole, RV’ers are very patriotic.
We got a wave from an OLD MAN on top of his ‘Alfa See-Ya’ Coach. The Alpha is a beautiful coach. Below is a Live Oak Hammock, if it was darker would make a scary scene. Of course I yelled “Don’t Jump!”
Above is one of the more elaborate layouts. Below are Pumpkins and a grave yard.
We always like going by this yard, the skeleton always pops out the door with a ‘BOO’
Above shows we are near Disney and Right above is a Canadian American. Ready for a warm winter. Below one of my favorite views, palms and RV’s
Above is a mystery to us, What does this guy haul behind his RV? Maybe his ‘STUFF’?
Close to the end of our walk and time for a camper to have a fire.
As you can see above, some folk make an elaborate camp site. Some will stay here all winter. We will move around, something in the blood.
The end of a great day, we were ready for trick and treaters, but none came.
That was our walk, about 3 miles.
Bye ‘til next Halloween. I did not know this was animated until I posted it!