I will be staying at this park for a couple of weeks so that I can get my mail forwarding and address changes taken care of. The post office sent me an email saying it would take 7-10 business days to start forwarding my mail from Illinois to Texas.
I am hoping get my drivers license and vehicle registration changed to Texas while I am here.
I have a ton of phone calls to make to insurance companies, banks, credit cards, etc. to change my address. I'm hoping to get most of them changed over the phone without having to fill out and mail forms.
I'm on a corner site, and the sites on the other side are vacant. I am in the wooded section of the park, near the creek. The only downside to my site are the acorns falling on the roof. I'm surprised at how loud a tiny little acorn can be. For those with a satellite dish, the park has RV sites without any trees.
This park is really big and I have been taking one or more walks everyday. I walked across the road from this park and saw some miniature horses in a field. I tried taking pics with my cell phone, but they were too far away. I'll have to go back with my camera. Many residents of this park drive from place to place or ride golf carts. I am happy to be walking around and checking out everything.
If I want to participate, there are a lot of activities everyday in the clubhouse and/or activity center. I can try line dancing, quilt or sewing classes, jewelry making, card games, etc. They show a movie in the clubhouse once or twice a week, and sometimes have entertainment on the weekends.
Weather.com was predicting some rain, so far it has not rained, but we may get some on Tuesday.
On Saturday I was off to Walmart for some groceries and supplies. I'll be having Thanksgiving dinner here at the park, the park provides the turkey and everyone brings the side dishes.
I will make sweet potatoes in my slow cooker and I also purchased some olives and cranberries and also some yellow squash.
Kit Kat seems to like her new home