Scottish Inn Live Oak
Travel Blogs from Live Oak
... a fellow camper, that was surprisingly good. The sea food came in fresh daily from Jacksonville.
We were fascinated by the many bugs that were everywhere mating. Our neighbor told us that they were called lovebugs and were a pest. The front of our trailer was covered with them, so I took the attached photo. ...
... to do the last time. The carillon plays Stephen Foster songs throughout the day. I didn't realize that Foster was such a prolific composer and that Old Folks at Home was written in a Negro dialect. We will be happy to be home tomorrow after a wonderful trip. It was nice to visit and spend some time with family and friends. We visited many beautiful places and some not so beautiful. We met many nice and genuinely friendly people . Our next trip is already in the ...
... plan of action. The guys across from us at the Red Barn Campground were from New Brunswick and ran over when we went to our site and helped set the RV up. Then while Ben was in the hospital, I got home one night and couldn't find the keys. The guys across the way helped me get in since one used to sell RV's and had lots of keys, finding one that worked on my door. The next day one of the workers flagged me down, returned my keys, telling me he found them in the road. If ...
... to bring a fleece jacket I forgot. And the waffle iron and some nail clippers and so forth. But most of these we can pick up along the way.
I caught my granddaughter's cold and having a few other discomforts, but am committed to going to Alaska whatever it takes!
Hard to believe we are on our way!
... had cleared, and lo and behold the weather turned beautiful,
It's been awhile since I've traveled on the turnpike and I was shocked to see that the service plaza at Fort Drum is huge. It's like walking into the food court at the Galleria. ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services