The campground isn't anything special, but what makes it really great is that it adjoins the West Orange Trail, so Left Brain has been able to venture out safely for his bike fix.
I've found a group to play pickleball with in Winter Garden and from them learned of a campground about a block away from the courts...sigh. This is where I learned I'm doing it all backwards. I generally find a place to land and then look for pickleball. I need to find the pickleball locations FIRST and then the lodging.
The courts there are being resurfaced and will end up being six brand new dedicated pickleball courts...probably by the time I leave. Right now it's two tennis courts with chalk markings to delineate the boundaries...but it's still pickleball and with some really nice people so who cares.
Since it's been drizzly and rainy today, so I checked into an indoor venue they told me about that's another 12 miles further yet, but I don't care...I must play. Ever since I had that bad experience in Georgia (or was if Florida?) of arriving and finding nobody to play with, I've gotten cautious. So I called and confirmed the play times, and then I was informed they are under construction this week and so everything would be closed. Have I offended the Pickleball G-ds somehow? Do I need to make some kind of sacrifice?
So, it could be that another movie is looming in our future. We've recently seen "The Intern" and loved it. Then we saw "Bridge of Spies" which was incredible, especially for old people like us that remember this being in the news of our childhood.
But the silver lining of all this downtime has been finding out Jeannie Robertson is performing in Pensacola on March 17th. I just adore her and it was from her that my husband also became known as Left Brain. I've attached one of my favorite skits here for you to enjoy.
Long Live the Queen