Lake June West
Travel Blogs from Lake Placid
... left Hickory Hammock, knowing that it's not even close to spring up north. We needed to stop back at Camping World so they could finish fixing the things they didn't finish before we picked it up. I think you know the end of that story. One item out of four got fixed. Oh yeah, and an IOU for the rest. We got about a hundred miles when our first tire blew. And I mean BLEW! Did about $4000 damage to the side of the camper and ruined a ...
... an incoming tide at Ponce de Leon inlet plus a warning of
rough water with more strong winds and tons more No-See-Ems along the
beach, I chickened out on proceeding. Turning around, I headed up the
Joe River trying unsuccessfully to elude the wind; I ran out of steam
at noon when I reached the South Joe Chickee where I spent the night
rather than paddle ten additional miles. Took it easy by reading ...
... 8217;d forget my lunch, she would sometimes walk home with me the 1.5 miles to grab a bite and get back to school before the bell would ring for classes to resume. Lots of fun catching up with Vickie and her husband Denny and their fascinating stories of world travel adventures.
And so, after taking a couple of photos for fellow classmates who are following our adventures, Larry and I headed back north to MANATEE country . . ...
JD volunteered to help with the assembly of a stack of new picnic tables for the campground. When he showed up they handed him a paint roller instead of a hammer. So he spent some time rolling on sealer. They did eventually put together seven tables though, so it was all good. We also met our neighbors, who are work-campers. They had some interesting stories to tell. In ...
We started out with the bikes and a lunch headed for Highlands Hammock State Park to do some biking, missed the turn-off and kept going all the way to the Atlantic coast to the Fort Pierce Inlet State Park. Turned out to be a good choice. Such a nice state park. The park has some paved bike trails and trails through the woods (called ...
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