Our last few days at Adelaide went so quickly! I’m not sure if we really took so much stuff out of our place, but it seemed so much easier to get everything packed up this time. On Saturday we brought the slides in so Harry could torque the tires. That serves two purposes as I always like having taken the slides in for the first time after a long time in one place. (We have been at Adelaide Shores since December 24th of last year.)
Sunday afternoon we had a Mexican train rematch with our friends George and Toots. It was a fun way to spend our last afternoon in Avon Park.
Then when the sun was starting to go down, we took one last walk around the park.
It is SO strange to see most of the sites sitting empty.
We walked down by the lake, where we also had the place to ourselves.
Not even one dog walker sharing the space with us.
We are an island in a sea of empty spaces!
Last Avon Park sunset over our rig…
We didn’t have to get up super early today since we only had a 4 hour trip ahead of us. We pulled out a little over 10 and headed out.
The skies started out cloudy, but we never really got any rain – just a few sprinkles occasionally. And the traffic was great – no slowdowns at all.
After a happily uneventful trip, we landed at Pecan Park RV Resort in Jacksonville where we’ll be staying for the next week.
Our 2017 traveling season is underway!