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Old 03-25-2016, 03:11 PM   #15
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There's more to do in FL then one has time for doing. Most people totally miss the center of the state. Consider FL flywheelers if you're anywhere near FT Meade.
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Yes, Mitzi, one can overnight at Cabela's. We only pass 2 on our route. Each one is in a good location for us but also happen to be close to another overnighting spot that we usually use. Perhaps another time we will switch things up and try them.

Bass Pro--cannot answer that as we only pass 1 on our way and it isn't a spot we are close to bedtime. The same for Gander Mtn.

I must say that Cracker Barrel turned out to be a good spot for us. We had heard of their welcoming policy to RVers but hadn't tried them. They are open from 0600 and close at 2200 and that worked just great for us.

Your recommendations for Florida nature trails are good ones. We had heard of them from other campers. Manatee viewing at Blue Springs is incredible. And we also visited the Tampa Electric (FPL) site and enjoyed their totally free viewing set-up.
Hi: theresa p... Sorry we missed you on our southern stay. We'll have to connect another time. Here's some pic's of our adventures.
Only encountered one snake... and he was being relocated by the park warden!!!
Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie
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Thanks, all, for reading my post. We DID have a terrific time. Norm is correct in that most folks seem to skim the coasts without treating themselves to touring the interior. We did spend some time in a variety of interior towns and thoroughly enjoyed our time there....

We got a chance to meet new friends, Norm and Ginny, but missed the chance to re-connect with old ones, Alf S. and his wife Mary Anne. So much to see and do, so little time....
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