Travelers Inn Gainesville
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On November 5th, we relocated to Williston Crossing RV Resort in Williston, FL – the birthplace of "Foolish Pleasure", winner of the 1975 Kentucky Derby. Williston, is well off the interstate about 35 miles from Ocala, and about the same from Gainesville.
The RV park is very nice, with wide, and very long paved and cement pad sites. ...
We all gathered in the parking lot ready for our day of driving. The whole drive was boring and uneventful. The scenery was the same the whole time, big paddocks and a few trees here and there. After we arrived at the campgrounds we quickly set up our tents but the humidity was a killer so we decided a swim was in order ASAP. Half the group decided to rent tubes and float down the entire river but I chose to check out a few of the springs ...
... on history, Islam, Christianity, and politics. We didn’t have time to read his book, but I hope someday we do.
As the evening wore on, I developed a migraine, and Aunt Marie gave me an ice pack for my eyes, and I took some melatonin, and went to sleep early-ish. We had an early start the next morning to get to church in Fort Lauderdale on time. We said our good-byes, and hit the road.
... the Everglades on the famous Timiami Trail (US Hwy 41) rather than I-75. We saw the smallest post office in the country (Ochopee), the world renowned Clyde Butcher gallery (check it out on the internet), and even saw a large gator crossing the road in front of us. After about 6 hours and 400 miles of driving we arrived at our hotel in the western portion of ...
... a little under three hours from Sarasota (plus a half hour for bad traffic), just outside of Gainesville, which is about the perfect amount between driving time for us between stops. We arrived around 3:00p on Saturday and quickly set up so we could get one quick hike in before sunset.
We drove from our site about 15 minutes to arrive at La Chua Trail, which is a quick three miles round trip. We picked this trail out of nine options on ...