|We left Key West and headed to Seffner Florida (to the dealer where we bought the coach) to get some work done. For a couple of days we had to stay in a hotel and I was a little concerned about Duncan but he adapted well to hotel life. He's such a good traveler.
Dick got me the best Anniversary present this year. . . A Kindle. It's an electronic book by Amazon and I can load 2000 books into. One thing I missed from my home in NY was my library full of books and now I'll be able to acquire new and old favorites for reading along the way.
We headed up to Georgia and visited Grassy Pond a Fam Camp just across the border. While there we made a quick visit to Dick's son and daughter-in-law.
Then we decided to check out our 'home' camp in Unadilla, Ga and parked in a pecan grove. This is our Coast to Coast home park and we get to stay here free for a week each year. Next to us was the Southeastern Horse Arena.
We also made a day trip to Andersonville where the National POW Museum is located. Officially known at Camp Sumter it confined more then 45,000 Union soldiers during the Civil War and more then 13,000 died here from disease, poor sanitation, malnutrtion, overcrowding or exposure. Capt. Wirz was in charge and after the war he was tried and hanged as a war criminal due to the horrible treatment of the prisoners. A very sad place with many ghosts.
More adventures await us and we always look forward to them.