Days Inn Chiefland
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... Jerry was chatting with a teacher from Florida. Apparently Florida doesn't treat their teachers very well either! Jerry returned to the coach and I visited with her. She mentioned going to Tony's for clam chowder so I suggested to Jerry that we do the same. Oh my gosh! That was absolutely the best clam chowder ever. In fact he won the World's Best Clam Chowder Contest held in Rhode Island three years in a row forcing him to retire from ...
... noticed that someone was building a fire so we walked over and he invited us to the potluck dinner and country music tonight in the meeting room. He said residents just got together and played and sang. Sounds like fun.
We came on back to the RV (we forgot to watch the sunset :( and I began to investigate Passport campgrounds in the St. Augustine area on the off chance we go back there. Jerry read for a while and then went to sleep. ...
... a couple of people jump into the spring, but the air was chilly.
We just returned to the trailer and the heavens opened and it poured with rain, thunder and lightening all night. Because we were under a tree the drumming of rain on our roof was really loud and gave us quite a disturbed sleep. I even got up in the night to check to see if we were floating in water! Eventually it stopped raining and we went down ...
... is allowed in the springs but everyone OUT if a manatee should enter the waters. Pretty cool how the manatees are the most cherished visitors in the park!
A boardwalk allows visitors a walk out to the shores of the Suwannee River. An informational plaque outlines the native fish and tells of how the Gulf Sturgeon in the area reach 8-9 feet in length. In the summer they are ...
... it was open and it was so empty. So we went in, since it wasn't packed. We were all wearing our swim clothes. We all loved the Crush N Gusher which had three separate rides, the Coconut Crusher, the Pineapple Plunger, and my favorite the Banana Blaster. Later we went to the falls. One of the rides made me fall of my raft! But somehow I was able to climb back on. I think ...