It's about time.

Many of you that can relate to this. Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" to follow our dreams.

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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Waking Up Chilly.

Our Location today is Olde Town, Florida.

Since Tuesday when we took that tour boat ride out in the Gulf of Mexico Kathy has had difficulty feeling warm which is totally unlike her. We managed to sleep without turning on the furnace last night but when we got out from under our warm blankets at 7:30 this morning it was more than Kathy could take and we had to turn the heat on to take the dampness out of the air.
This guy is taking pictures using someone else's truck.
I also managed to shoot a picture of a guy taking a picture of the fog rising off the river when the sun appeared through the trees by standing on the back bumper of a truck. The problem was that it wasn’t his truck.
Fog rising off the Suwannee River.
Once the furnace had warmed us up we finished our breakfast and morning reading on the computers before prepping to do some chores. We needed to do cleaning and laundry so while I dug our laundry cart from the basement I also set up an outdoor chair so Kathy could relax after she was done her other chores. Once the clothes were treated and loaded in the cart we chose to have an early lunch before I headed off.
One of the ponds at Yellow Jacket RV Park.
Sites are well laid out in this park. Some with more Privacy then others.
It was over two hours by the time I got back with all the clean clothes neatly folded. Kathy had completed her cleaning chores and was outside reading a book and enjoying the sunshine as it felt warmer outside than inside our trailer.

My suggestion was she needed to go for a walk to get her blood flowing so we figured we’d just walk around the campground. We were amazed at the actual size of the park and could see potential in further development. We also saw some interesting signs that we are not accustomed to seeing back home.
This trailer actually gets pulled from park to park with this pitched roof.
We also saw something that would qualify as one of our You Might be a Redneck if jokes while on our walk. This trailer actually gets pulled around.
All three pictures of the Suwannee River.
Since we left home I have been busy dealing with all kinds of computer problems and in the process missed watching for new followers to our blog and I have to apologize for that. Kathy and I would like to welcome Rick Isnor and 1foximprints as new followers to our post. Unfortunately neither of these people had any blogger information that I could follow or give a shout out to. If you update your profiles I will gladly do that.
After a necessary down day today we’ll be back to exploring the area tomorrow. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


What do you call two ghosts in an aeroplane?

High spirits.

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