Last Night at Perry KOA

Although I was up early, I was lazy this morning. As I drank my morning tea and watched out my window as the campground woke up, there was not much activity this morning. No campers making breakfast, no walkers out for their morning jog, except for the ones taking their pups out for their morning duty. It rained most of the night last night and the temps were in the low 60s this morning. I did see a parade of coaches leaving the park. Big motorhomes, Class Cs and 5th wheels paraded past my window.

It’s amazing what you can see in a campground. Picture #1 below is a camper being towed into the campground. Picture #2 shows police action. Picture #3 is an ambulance taking a camper away.

Tomorrow is moving day. BooBoo knows exactly what is happening. Our bedroom is going to be dismantled and BooBoo knows it.

Unfortunately for BooBoo, the work has to be done. BooBoo has to leave our bed. The bed (our happy jack system) is raised to the ceiling and the area is cleared for us to bring in the scooters.

We are getting good at this. We have a system and today, went rather smooth and quick. Success! The scooters are in and tied down. We did not pop a wheelie bringing the scooters in this time. Double Success!!

Everything in the garage is secured. Tomorrow, I will secure the living room/kitchen area, bathrooms, and bedroom Tomorrow, we leave the KOA in Perry Florida and drive three hours to our next destination where we will stay for 3 months. As much as we like to visit different areas, it will be nice to be stationary for three months. I have a “to do” list for both me and the hubby and we have three months to complete it.

Last night a tornado ripped through Madison County, 40 minutes north of Perry. Too close for comfort but I slept soundly last night. Tomorrow the high in Florida is supposed to be a chilly 55º. That is better than what is expected at our home base in PA. Snow is predicted in PA.

God Bless, Stay Safe, Be Kind to Every Kind and to my PA family and friends, be careful in the snow and stay warm.


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