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2015 Keep on keepin on.
Our trip from Tampa to Portland Oregon….Day 2
Today is actually our second day of travel. Monday we left home in Odessa Florida and
headed to Green Cove Springs which is just southwest of Jacksonville,
Florida. This is where my sister Joyce
lives. Bill’s sister Carole also leaves
nearby in Orange Park. We spent the
obligatory 3 days with the family before deserting them for the cooler weather
... it is definitely a maze. We went in one that cost nearly a million dollars and I have to say if someone were giving me any one unit our there it wouldn't be that one. We saw some nice ones though. I had planned to look at the Holiday Rambler, the Winnebago and the Tiffin Phaeton LH. Somewhere along the line of my research I had seen the Holiday Rambler Vacationer and the Winnebago Adventurer and Grand Tour 2HL ...
... noticed that the tires on the two wheeled needed some air but was going to wait until he was parked to deal with it. Our neighbor, an older gentleman from Michigan came out and started chatting with us and before I knew it he had pulled our his air compressor and we added air to the tires. Jerry got backed in and we set up everything putting the "carpet" and the chairs out for the first time on this trip. After we ...
... takes up about two thirds of it, including the top floors. The top floor used to be for nannies, servants and children, so they didn't disturb the rich parents who needed peace and quiet. The hotel was used as headquarters for thousands of troops leaving for the American Spanish war, including Teddy Roosevelt's rough riders. It had half a million dollars worth of furnishings collected by Mr and Mrs Plant from all over Europe. It felt a bit cluttered with them all, plus ...
... but Vic let me wind his one in. We went pretty far until it was dark and we started wandering around the river but we couldn’t find our way out of the swamp. We finally made our way out. ...