The Roadrunner Chronicles. We continue to see them on occasion in our travels.
RSanityRVTravels. They were preparing for fulltime RV living, and we enjoyed following them in their joys and trials of selling their sticks and bricks home, and hitting the road in December of 2011. We keep in touch with them while on the road, and they were even kind enough to alter their travel plans a bit last Fall so that they could meet up with us at a rally in Arkansas, as they were staying not too far away in Branson. It's nice that as fulltimers, our plans are "written in jello" (or,as Paul would say, we can be "semper gumby".....always flexible!) and can easily be changed.
|Sorry, Erin, we truly didn't copy your blog picture.|
On the way home from lunch, we stopped at Camping World in Gulf Breeze. We were looking specifically to replace our heavier camping chairs with folding aluminum-framed ones, but did not find anything that we really liked. We also looked at cleaning supplies there, but our only purchase was a new 2013 campground directory. We stopped at Publix grocery store (waaaayyyy overpriced!) for a few items, and then came back to the coach for the night.
The weather is definitely changing. When we left Panama City Beach yesterday morning to meet up with Erin and Mui, it was sunny and 73 degrees. We passed through a rain storm on the drive to Gulf Breeze, indicative of the front that was coming through the area. By the time we got to the restaurant, it was raining and 58! Once we got home last evening, the temperature continued to drop, and the rain began. We see that Virginia is due to get a little snow today.......we sure don't miss that! :-)
Thanks for stopping by, and feel free to leave a comment.
You escaped Virginia in the nick of time. We've found a great part of our RV life is meeting other blogger friends. Lots of great folks out there. It's fun to meet them and talk "RV".ReplyDelete
Love your header photo, there's no place like "home"! :c)
It's great you can actually meet some full-timer comrades in person. BTW- It's currently 42 degrees here in VA (chances of snow are now later and diminishing). I noticed that Accuweather link in your blog shows the current temp in Panama City is only 47- BRRRRR!!ReplyDelete
Steve it went from 75 degrees yesterday to a current temp. of 46 degrees today (noon), plus we have the added benefit of it being VERY windy right now. It's tough on us "old" FL people.ReplyDelete
soon you will have friends in every state! nice to put a face to the blog writing!ReplyDelete
We did have fun didn't we ... I am surprised that Niki's didn't charge us rent ;-) It was 39F when we left Ft P yesterday ... and 37 when we got up to Montgomery. At least Iago passed to the north of here, so no snow for us ... that's a good thing.ReplyDelete
Wow! How nice of you to mention us! LOW conference seems like sooo long ago. When do we get to see you next? How long will you be in Panama City? Where to after that?ReplyDelete