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A Great Summer Adventure

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As I mentioned in my last blog before leaving Atlanta South RV Campground I divided the trip home into thirds. Each leg was about 200 miles or 4-5 hrs. travel time. My experience has been to not push it much beyond that on a day's drive. Piloting the 37' rig with car in tow has a level of stress beyond that of just driving a car. Besides, what's the rush! The first leg of the drive ended just over the Georgia/Florida state line in Jennings, FL. The campground had a meal delivery service so I ordered in for dinner. Very convenient!

The next leg of my journey ended by design in Hudson, FL, about 30 miles north of Tampa. The scheduled dinner was wonderful for me as the Keystone Quarterly Dinner Club was for the Saturday I was in Hudson. I arrived on Friday and left for Estero on Sunday morning. The down time on Saturday morning allowed me to catch up on some laundry.
The Horn's, who live nearby, picked me up at the campground and together we drove to St. Petersburg where we met the Loftus' and Jim Price. As always, we enjoyed catching up with each other's lives. Our dinner at a very nice steak house was enjoyed by all.

Sunday was the final leg of my 4 1/2 month, 7,600+ mile journey. Reflecting on it, Pat and I saw much and had some wonderful experiences together. Life is what you put into it. I certainly have been fortunate to have a travel companion in Pat.

This ends my 2019 blogs. Thanks for tuning in!


Posted by dixter 06:58 Archived in USA Tagged the last leg

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