Yesterday was a rainy day, so I spent the day the cleaning and getting things ready for the trek home. It is with heavy hearts that we leave, as we have made friend here and the weather has been great and supposed to get better this week.
As we were going to the post office yesterday we went by where Chick-a-fil was serving free meals to all of the service men and women. I can't imagine how many they would have served, they had huge tents set up for folks to eat in and we saw many carrying bags back to their work places.
|Some of the tents|
We had our last walk out to Lewis Lake and I finally got to see the Spoonbills, I love to watch them and hadn't seen them this year, so on my last walk, got to see them.
We took some pictures of the wildflowers that we hadn't seen in our last walk, thought they were interesting and pretty. Before we come back next winter, want to get a wildflower book for Florida so we can find out the names for the different flowers that we see.
Today after the church we went to Mama's for breakfast, a favorite place for breakfast and instead of going for a scenic ride, we came back to the base, so I could do the laundry and get the sheets hung on the line to dry, wash up the rugs and such. Lou got the RV cleaned up a little, so we are ready to roll in the morning.
|This reminds me of half of a pansy|
|Some of these actually grow in the water|
I had fixed a roast pork dinner last evening, so had left over pork and made pork barbecue and a tossed salad for dinner tonight.
Tomorrow night, we should be in Leesburg, FL and Tuesday and Wednesday night at Live Oak, FL, Thursday and Friday at Kings Bay, Saturday and Sunday in Savannah then on to Charleston, SC for a few days. Plan to be home around the 15th, depending on the weather, it may be later.