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Old 12-06-2019, 01:44 PM   #21
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Greetings from Cedar Key, FL.
Our back window view last night...


(we'll keep the light on for you)
Low Key Hideaway? Cedar Key is a FL treasure.
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Old 12-11-2019, 10:57 AM   #22
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Low Key Hideaway? Cedar Key is a FL treasure.

Next door at Sunset Isles RV Park, also next to the Tiki Bar (see pics below).
Here all December. Gem indeed. Then Jan. in Carabelle...
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Old 12-11-2019, 01:10 PM   #23
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If you don't already have reservations you may be in for a big surprise. Most of the parks in Florida are already filled with folks like your selves. Do some research now for parks who may have space. Also I personally always try to avoid I-95. I-75 South is a better choice in my opinion.
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We went through Jacksonville over Thanksgiving (from home in Florida to St. Mary's, GA and back). Construction through downtown is almost done. Just take it slow and be in the middle lane (the right lane becomes exit-only to I10). Actually, we have driven through even in the middle of all the construction and had no problems - just take it slow and have extra set of eyes on the signage. We took the east by-pass one time - and it had a lot of construction! There is quite a bit of construction in Daytona Beach on I95, just before the I4 exit. Again, just take it slow. Highly recommend Camp Lake Jasper in Hardeeville, SC - only a few miles from GA state line. Very convenient off the interstate, good gas station access and no interstate noise. Spend a few days and go to Savannah - about 15 miles away.
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Old 12-11-2019, 03:07 PM   #25
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Have had some tough sledding through Fancy gap on 77. Dog can be brutal and traffic around Charlotte can be difficult. Now When I travel from New England to costal Georgia I go 84 to US209 /PA 33 through the Delaware water gap then 78 to 81. Jump off 81 at Winchester and take 50 to 17 then 95. 50/17 is pretty quiet through horse farms and wine country. Pretty drive and nice break from the Interstate. This route avoids big grades and rougher sections of 81
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Old 12-11-2019, 03:14 PM   #26
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Have had some tough sledding through Fancy gap on 77. Dog can be brutal and traffic around Charlotte can be difficult.
Outer Loop has always worked pretty well for us.. Diving into CH can be an adventure. FG is high. One of those areas its wise to pay attention to the weather. However the downgrade or upgradeis less susceptible to cross winds than 26 N of Asheville..


You have to work on training that dog!

It is a foggy area and when in the company of trucks not a fun place to be .

Winchester has a nice year round campground too.
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Old 12-11-2019, 04:58 PM   #27
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Talking To darn warm!

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Why would you want to go to Florida? Giant Burmese Pythons under every bush, Roaches as big as cats, Mosquitos as thick as hoards of locusts, Man-Eating alligators, Melanoma sunburns, Flesh-Eating bacteria, Red Tide, and smelly water.

Just kidding, we're spending January there.
It don't get cold...those bugs never die, they just get bigger and bigger. Had to use a jack handle on one.
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I travel from Pa to Florida as well,I use I-81S to I66e to Rt17S, this puts me on I-95 south of Fredericksburg,Va.From New Ringgold,Pa to Fredericksburg is about 5 hours and I avoid the DC nightmare! I either stop at Roanoke rapids NC or if I’m still not too tired I will drive the 1.5 hour further to Selma,NC .ez on and off at both places.
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If I was you I would not go to Florida, there are to many people down there. I would go to Texas , Nevada, California, or any state out west. If you are hunting warmer temperatures go to Mexico there are lots of RV parks there.
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