Again this year I stayed at Fort Yargo State Park in Winder, GA for a while. I was there the last week and a half of October. Since I have blogged about it several times, I am not going to blog about it much.
While there, I did get a new Smart phone. So I had to try out the camera --
There are a lot of features on the camera, that I need to learn. While the pictures are not as good as my other cameras, it is nice to have this available when I don’t have a real camera!
During my stay at Fort Yargo, I walked the 7 mile trail around the lake 4 times (that’s where I took the pictures above) and I started visits to my Doctors! I also meet a couple of friends for lunch.
For the month of November, I headed up to Dillard, GA which is about 15 minutes from where my mom lives. While there, I not only visited with my mom, but I also continued my doctor visits. I had thought about taking pictures while at the doctors, but never did. I even thought about it while getting a new crown at the dentist –yuck!!
Also, while there I cleaned out my RV. I dumped ever cabinet, drawer and outside storage cabinet and got rid of a bunch of stuff that I was not using. I took a couple of loads to my storage unit and gave some stuff to GoodWill and Habitat for Humanity.
From Dillard, I wanted to head someplace warm, it had been colder than I like in the GA Mountains. But first I headed to Auburn, GA where I had some work done on my RV. Nothing big, just a long list of things I needed to get done. I had the work done at Apalachee RV. I would strongly suggest this place if you need any work done. They are great to work with. I stayed in their parking lot for 3 nights.
Above is my RV next to one of the Varsity catering trucks inside the shop. At first I thought they were coming to the shop to give us hot dogs, onion rings and frosty oranges (Most people familiar with Atlanta and/or Athens, GA will know what I mean!!), but nope they were getting their generator worked on.
After everything was done, I made my way to Skidaway Island State Park for a week and a half and then on to Jekyll Island, which is where I am currently.