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Friday, April 29, 2011

Yankeetown, FL

Wednesday Evening.......... cloudy, no rain

B's Marina and Campground.........Yankeetown, FL

I left Lazydays on Wednesday afternoon and only drove a few hours. The campground for tonight is on a river that leads into the bay. Many come to this campground only on the weekends. After I arrived, I sat by the river until dark. I enjoy finding places along the water to sit.



This campground is very similar to where we had a travel trailer parked near the Illinois River in Marseilles, IL for several years.




Janine asked about the make and model of my coach.
It's a 2008 Winnebago Aspect 23D, it was originally built as a mobile office. Most of the 23D Aspects that I have seen have a slide for the couch/bed. I do not have a slide in mine. My coach does not have the kitchen sink or stovetop installed. It has a small, electric only refrigerator under the counter.
Enjoy your day, Teri

4 comments:

  1. So, are you enjoying your rig? How did the driving go? :)

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  2. Teri, thanks so much for the info. I went to look at RV's yesterday. I did like the Winnebago Aspect, but fell for the Chalet. Just looking, still getting my feet wet in RV land but I believe it to be my next life change. Really excited and looking forward to this new adventure.
    Janine

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  3. Glad it is going well and your finding things along the way you enjoy.

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  4. What a beautiful place to stop for your first night in the new coach!

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