From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
With the season upon us, I thought this would be a good time to revisit some thoughts I have shared in the past on popular snowbirds roosts that we and other RVers seek out when the weather up north starts to get cold.
One of the first things new snowbirds have to learn is that there is no place in the continental United States where you are going to be assured of 70 degree weather all winter long. I have met many from the upper Midwest who were surprised that it can get down into the 30s here in Florida during the wintertime. They thought Florida was always warm.
No, not always. We have spent several winters in Florida and parts of it can be darned cold! We’ve had to unhook our water hoses as far south as the Orlando Thousand Trails on more than one occasion to prevent them from freezing.
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