Our original destination yesterday was Jacksonville
After a couple of hours travelling south we stopped for lunch at a rest area just outside Brunswick Georgia. It may have been Black Friday in the rest of North America but in our little corner of the world it was pure Sunny and Blue Friday.
Certainly too nice to travel today we decided, as we lingered over our lunch, there obviously wasn’t going to be a lot more highway going by us today.Out come the maps, and the tablets for a team meeting. We find a park and call; they have room and Marilyn likes the friendly, cheerful personality of the gal on the phone( that feeling you get when you call is so important isn’t it?). We put the park address in the GPS. Turns out we are less than 10 miles further down the road.
Sometimes the best plan is no fixed plan at all. In the shot above you can see the green grass, black pavement, and light grey cement pads. Quite a contrast from home the last three days on Tybee Island, closer to Savannah.
Where Coastal Georgia RV Resort certainly qualifies as an RV Resort, River’s End on Tybee Island was a campground, where the friendly Thanksgiving holiday weekend crowd could kick back and enjoy a few brewskis around their always smoldering fires. There we were under huge Live Oaks, here we are under nothing more than the blue wide open sky I talked about, here our satellite locks right in and that means we get not only Canadian TV but also Canadian news. It may be 20 degrees in Brunswick Georgia this morning but back in the Hamilton area it’s a shivering zero (32F) with flurries.
Because we seem to have rediscovered Canadian Football in the last while and this Sunday is the Grey Cup we wanted to be somewhere Sunday with the dish up. We are settled, it’s up and you know we’ll be watching!
Marilyn will be cheering for Toronto for a number of reasons including we home base near Toronto and that’s where the kids are, but more importantly she grew up in Alberta’s other major city Edmonton and her daddy always taught her to hate anything Calgary. I on the other hand will probably cheer for the Stampeders because sometime ago, I was born in Calgary, and later lived there for a year before moving to Edmonton (and meeting my sweety) and, I’m sure you’ll agree, we’ll need a little friendly rivalry to make the game interesting.
Go Stamps Go!
Thanks for the read.