We're back home. Stayed at 'Tampa RV East Resort' in Dover.
I have not gotten a chance to look in my computer since last Tuesday evening. Sorry, missed all your recommendations. Thanks for all of the suggestions. Next time there, I will stay at those places for sure.
We picked up the new Redhawk on Friday morning. Stayed next door to the dealer at Tampa East RV Resort. They were very nice and everything went great. We had the Camping World install a Safe-T Plus steering stabilizer right after we finished with the delivery demo at the dealer. From there, we set it up at the campground then went looking for a place to eat.
I found out that the traffic to and from down town Tampa is terribly heavy. We ended up in Sarasota Florida, ATM Amish restaurant named Yoders. (Pinecraft area of Sarasota.). If you are close to this area, and very hungry for some great food, including some very awesome pie for dessert, then stop at Yoders and eat. All of us took half our meal home, including half of our slices of pie. They also brought me a large styrofoam cup filled with the very delicious iced mint tea that I was drinking with my meal, so I could have it with my left overs too. On a 1 to 10, 10 being the highest, I give them a solid 100!
The trip home was pretty much uneventful. The Redhawk was awesome. We like it even more than we thought we would. It is different than the big class A that we had for a number of years. It is missing a few things that I found would be good to have, such as an external spigot belonging to a dedicated tank, near the dump valves, to connect a short hose to, with an anti-siphon valve on it, to use with the black tank spray out feature. Also, I liked the toilet better in the old unit. I will be upgrading that feature.
I parked it in the back yard for now. Next step is getting my building raised 3 feet so that I can park the Redhawk in it.