From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
I had pretty much been chained to my desk for three days getting my new Big Lake mystery novel done. And even though I wanted to finish the read-through before I handed it off to Miss Terry so she could start editing and proofing it, we both really needed a day off. So yesterday we played hooky.
In the morning I worked on the book for a while, and then we went to look at a mobile home for sale on a decent sized lot on a canal in Inverness. It was kind of cool because it had its own dock, and one can follow the canal out into a chain of lakes that eventually lead to the Gulf of Mexico. It was an older mobile home and the price wasn’t bad, but again, it’s not where we want to be. If we could pick up the lot and canals and move them to the other side of the state near New Smyrna Beach or Saint Augustine, it would be perfect. But as it turns out, you can’t cut and paste in real life.
I had lost one of the chrome looking plastic lug nut covers on one of our motorhome’s dual wheels and was looking for replacement so we stopped at the 75 Chrome Shop at the Wildwood exit off of I-75, a mile or so from Three Flags RV Resort. I think this place has more trucker bling than anywhere we’ve ever been.
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