The Wandering Nunns 2015-2016 travel blog

Many truckloads of oranges, like this, on the road today.

Even the egrets seem to like oranges.

One of many orange groves.

Sandhill cranes in the Rice Creek RV Resort.

Sandhill Cranes. Back home we can't get within 500 yards of them...

Sandhill Cranes.

Sandhill Cranes.

Garry booked us a site at this State Park because it was available for one night. We came up through central Florida , through Lorida and Waulchis, then up Hwy 39 to the park. We saw a lot of cattle, orange groves and hay crops. They were picking oranges in several places and we saw several semi trailers filled with oranges.

The park is built on a reclaimed phosphate mine, with open spaces, well treed areas and roomy campsites. There is power only, no water or sewer. It seems to be very peaceful.

We continued on to Tampa to find the Florida State Fairgrounds where the RV Show is being held in a weeks time. We found it, and got the information we needed if we want to dry camp in the parking lot while we attend the show. Our neighbours at home, Ron and Carol, are coming down to see this show to help them decide what unit they want for their upcoming retirement.

We then headed to a campsite just 10 miles down the highway from the fairgrounds to check it out. We found Rice Creek RV Park to be good and booked in from Friday to Thursday morning, then headed back to the State Park completing one big circle.

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