Mar 01, 2005
Lovely time. Quiet days. Quiet nights.
After much discussion on Friday, March 11, we decided to forego Pensacola and headed instead for either Mobile, Alabama, or Biloxi, Mississippi. We'd stay wherever we were closest to when we got road weary.
Well, we didn't quite make it to Pensacola, but it turned out for the best. After driving most of March 9 through Georgia and almost running out of gas, we stopped at a little RV Park called River's End. It's situated near Chattahoochee, Florida, about two blocks from the Chattahoochee River and two miles from Lake Seminole. It was a perfect place to stop because it was secluded and quiet; and after packing up a three bedroom house, driving to and from Rochester, then being tourists in Charleston and Savannah, we desperately needed the rest. The only bad thing was that we had to back the camper in and neither of us is very good at that yet. However, Ed maneuvered us into a spot on the top of a bluff and we camped there for the next three days. During our stay, we got groceries, went to a camping store, and did laundry. The campground was near a recreational area that featured a fitness trail with exercise stations (yes, we actually did them). There was also quite a stretch of woods located on the property, so Ed and I hiked through those as well. We even got to build and burn our first fire. And Bandit met three dogs, one of whom was a little ginger colored female named Sassy who loved Bandit.