Mile High Campground
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... of places to shop and eat. Suzanne and I had been there about a year ago but decided to see the town again.
We have enjoyed our stay and may even come back here for a visit. Tomorrow we move on to Mistletoe State Park in Appling, Ga. for 5 days before slowly getting back to Port Orange.
Remember, Your beliefs don't make you a better person, your behavior does.
We spent a week camped on Carters Lake while we transitioned out of the house and into the 5th wheel. We worked our selves to the max and by weeks end had loaded all keepsakes in the Pack Rat pod, cleaned the house top to bottom for the renters, ...
... When we pulled up to the entry point in the river we had a quick introduction to what we actually had to do and all that jazz and then it was time to get onto the river. As soon as we entered the river we were basically going straight away having to paddle and what not. The first couple of rapids we went through were pretty tame, a little water splashed here and there but they were predominately pretty calm in hindsight. ...
... I guess we were pretty busy or lazy because we forgot to take any pictures! We met a fellow camper who had just begun full timing, but had camped for many years in a fifth wheel. He had a lot of good advise passing along what he'd learned over the years. Thanks ...
... road the next morning for Nashville! This was Blake
and mine’s last time breaking down camp for the summer. We camped 17 days in a
row for a total of 27 nights of camping!! It was bitter sweet, as we knew we
would not camp for a long time to come, but were excited to get back to
civilized living. Maybe we’ll be home soon, maybe we’ll become country stars in
Nashville…I don’t know. Love you all for following us on another journey. Peace
and Yee-haw folks ...