From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
Well, actually we’re at the place that will soon be our new legal “home” at the Escapees Sumter Oaks RV park in Bushnell, Florida. But we have stayed here so many times over the years, and so many members of our Escapees extended family are here that it almost feels like coming home.
When we left the Elks lodge in Perry yesterday morning about 10 o’clock there was a heavy cloud cover and a stiff breeze blowing. For the first 20 miles or so it kind of bounced us around as we motored south on US Highway 19, but then the wind eased up a bit and the ride became much smoother.
According to the National Speed Trap Exchange website, both Perry and the small town of Chiefland, 65 miles south, are known to be, shall we say “overaggressive” in terms of how many traffic tickets they write on a monthly basis. And sure enough, going through both towns I saw several police cars right where the website said to expect them. I was careful to keep my speed two or three miles below the posted limit at all times.
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