It's good to be a member of Escapees! Leaving the park at $47 a night to be in one for $17 a night....sweet home, indeed!
Where else do you register for your stay and have the person hug you? It's an Escapee custom to hug...we're a friendly bunch.
The park is quite large and the schedule shows line dancing on Tuesday and Thursday, so I'll have to get my dancing shoes on and scoot my boogie over there.
We're about 25 miles north of Gulf Shores AL, an area we've been wanting to explore.
The first neighbor to come over and greet us was Kay with her collie, Daisy. As she puts it, she doesn't walk the dog, she's driving Miss Daisy.
Our next door neighbors are from the Wausau area and have a cat tent just like ours for their two cats. I have a feeling she'll be adding tunnels to their set up soon.
Tony went to school with Pete's cousin in Wausau and knew his uncle Jake. It's a small world. And then it got even smaller when he pointed out the airstream across the street.
This couple is from Holmen WI, which is right next to our home town of Onalaska and she and I share the same first name.
I loaded up some geocaches in the area and we've been out once already in search and, as always, have discovered some nice places as a result.
We drove a little ways north to check out some bike trails I found on Traillink.com. Just having all these websites and apps for the phone has made going from place to place so much easier.
The weather is cooler with highs in the upper 50's and low 60's but I dare not complain or I get scathing replies from my Wisconsin and Minnesota people.
Hopefully it will warm up a little more and the wind will die down to allow for some biking soon.
Long Live the Queen of Alabama