My first stop in GA was at Jekyll Island to attend the South East Lazy Daze Get together. In addition to spending time with the Lazy Daze folks, I also biked and walked most days.
After Jekyll, I went to Fort Yargo State Park in Winder where I normally stay this time of year. I also took my RV to the shop and found out I had a bigger problem than I had hoped. I had planned on going to the Lazy Daze plant in California early next year to get my roof redone. But after talking with the RV shop and several other people I decided to let the Apalachee RV shop reseal my roof seams. Previously I have had a leak in the cab of the RV. The carpet would be slightly damp. Since the reseal I have not had the problem. I hope that fixes the issue, but am concerned that it may have done more damage than wet carpet. The shop did not find any. They also fixed a problem with my black tank.
Since my original visit was supposed to be a day or 2 they needed more time to fix my issues and had to squeeze me in. I ended up leaving my RV with them for 2 weeks and went down to Sanibel Island. It ended up being rather hot (at least for me), with several of the days being in the mid-80’s and a “feels like” temp in the low 90’s. I would walk and ride my bike in the morning and then sit in the shade or in the condo during the afternoon on these hot days.
Yellow Crowned Night Heron -
Night Heron eatting lunch -
Same heron swallowing crab -
One day while biking, I watched this Otter come out of the lake, go down the road and back into the lake.
After Sanibel, I went back and picked my RV up and headed to Dillard, GA for the holidays.
I had been planning on going out west in 2016, but since I no longer needed to visit the Lazy Daze plant and I had waited to long to get reservations at some of the parks I wanted to stay out I changed my plans. I decided to spend my winter in northern Florida and southern Alabama and georgia. After that, I would head back up to Michigan and Wisconsin. I am still working on those plans. I hope to head west in 2017.