My last blog post was early January! What happened to February?? I guess because I was doing the same things over and over, there was no need to do a separate blog post for each. I was still in McIntosh, and I had lots of company. Here's a summary:
There were daily walks around McIntosh. This was a foggy morning.
There were always interesting subjects.
Carol and Tina were there a long time. Carol stayed to drive me to my cataract surgeries. She was a real blessing to me during that time. It's hard for solo RVers to figure out the logistics of things like that.And we had walks with friends.
An intriguing object at a local antique shop.
There were many pretty sunrises.And several get togethers with fellow Rving friends: Judy, me, Tina, Carol, Irmi at Silver Springs.
Several of us took a ride to check out future kayaking possibilities. this is Salt Springs.
Gloria and Tina checking out Newmans Lake.Silver Glen Springs
All visitors got a tour of local history…McIntosh, Micanopy, and this historic post office in Evinston. It is the oldest still operating Post Office in Florida.Tina and I flagged an airboat to ask about the kayak accessibility to Orange Lake from our campground. The Fish and Game officer offered to give us a ride to show us the channels.
Of course an airboat doesn't need channels.There was lots of kayaking going on with various friends. The Silver River was a favorite, done several times.
Carol tried out my Hornbeck on Orange Lake.
I managed a short trip to Georgia where my granddaughter Rebecca just got her driver's license.And the weather cooperated for a nice hike along the Augusta Canal.
My son-in-law, Tony, made me a beautiful sign for my RV.
Sarah came to McIntosh and we spent a fun few days helping her shop for a new RV. No decision yet on that.
Tina has a cousin in Crystal River which led to a trip to kayak with the manatees near Three Sisters Springs.
Finally it was time for us to travel to Hardee Lakes for an official Women RV Get-together and Dutch Oven Gathering. See you there in the next post.