Wednesday, August 12, 2015
It is August 7th and we have pulled into the Corbin Kentucky Koa. It is a nice campground but not at all big rig friendly. We got a long pull thru but it was in between trees and everyone there helped us to get in. It is Fri. nite and we decide to spend three nites there. It is difficult to get weekend sites in the summer which is the only time they are open in these northern states. On Monday morning Joel, the best driver in history manages to pull out without any help and we keep going south down I-75. We make it into Forsyth, Ga. at about 4pm and get a site, pull thru, extremely unlevel but we don't put the jacks down and just plug into the electric. This campground makes pizza and wings so we order dinner and they deliver it to us. It is a Koa, but the sites and the roads going in are extremely unlevel. Prior to us arriving they had a big thunderstorm and we are in the midst of mud. Oh, well, it is only for one nite. We pull out early the next morning and reach our destination in northern Florida, Leesburg. This is a real country town. We are staying at the Holiday Travel Rv Resort on us27 and country road 33. It is practically across from beautiful Lake Harris and this park is a mixture of rv sites and park models. They also have 210 boat slips so you can keep your boat here. There is a wide range of activities for the winter. We are on a grass site at least 40 feet wide by 60 feet long. Our cargo trailer is beside us as well as our car and there is enough room for yet another rv. Today we ate at Sonny's bbq, which we have not been to in four years. Then we went to my favorite supermarket, Publix. It is hot and humid, but it is august after all and we are glad to be back. Starting a new adventure, looking for a permanent place to live and to sell the rv.