We drove up on Saturday to join the Tin Can Tourists at Sunset Isle RV Park
. We had planned to be there around 2:00 but didn't get in till around 3:30.
It turned out that it was probably just as well. There had been some reporters out there on Thursday and the meet had been featured in the Gainesville press and online
. And the weather forecast for the weekend was good.
As a result the campground had been packed with people to see all the trailers at the open house between 11.00 and 3.00. One person we spoke to in the office couldn't get in since morning because of all the visitors. So we missed all that. Even so, as we pulled round to our site, some people actually followed us round to see inside the Boler
and talk before we had even set up!
We had a nice site, even though it was in amongst the big rigs. So we set up and went into Cedar Key, had dinner and explored a bit. Came back to the park and walked around to see all the great rigs and meet and chat and watch the sun go down. Met some nice and interesting people. The park actually faces West, so it has great views of the sunset.
Had a quiet night. No-one played their gen-set!
Woke to a misty morning. Went into Cedar Key and had breakfast at the Rusty Rim. Packed up just before noon, chatted with our hosts and headed for home.
A great trip, great company. A great RV / camp site. Very clean facilities. The rig did very well. Wish we could have stayed longer.