Super 8 Monticello
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... noon. (Needed to be in Columbus, OH by Wednesday and didn't want to hurry). Started out of CW - What the Heck! Loud cracking popping scraping noises from behind me. Thought we had a cabinet falling off. Entry steps vibrating at every bump! Did a U-turn, back to CW, and gave it back to them! Told we had to take it to the factory in Iowa to get the slide fixed. Nope! ...
Stopped at Tallahassee Camping World to look at a new Itasca Ellipse. There are several upgrades to this model that would be nice. Negotiated a great deal, decided we should go ahead and do it. It's only $$, and we spend 5 months a year doing this. Techs found a leak in the water line going to the refrigerator, so we went to Big Oak RV Park on their recommendation. Not the best decision. It was ok, lots of permanents, roads narrow.
... We hit the road after the Capital tour and headed to our first overnite, Falling Waters State Park. Recent rains had ditches full of water, we wondered how the campground must look like. Luckily for us, the campsite was high and dry, we hooked up all the utilities, put out the slides, turned on the air-conditioning..... and simply enjoyed our first quiet evening in the RV for this summer.
... a little Bass and let P pull it in, and just as Vic and P were getting into it night fell like a brick.
Vic still wouldn't have anything to do with the naviagation and when pressed on which of the many forks in the river was the way home he genuinely claimed to have no idea. Hadn't been on the river in 50 years.
No torch, no phone...
It got a pretty scary for a while as we contemplated flipping the ...
... a small thought as I tried to keep my towel on. I felt better after the dip and was keen to get moving. I stopped for lunch briefly first, then was focused on getting deep into Florida, but by following the coast as opposed to the interstate. The coast went from hight density hotels and tourist areas to beach houses in small lazy looking districts. I steer clear of using the term town as that is not what I saw. Just a variation in how people chose to spend ...