Monday, January 14, 2013

Lake Seminole, GA.

We are in the Eastbank campground, on Lake Seminole, a Corp of Engineers (COE) park near Bainbridge, Georgia (just a few miles from Florida).  It is one of the many COE parks that we love.  They are the most beautiful parks, always on the water, either on a lake, river or at a dam site.  They offer wide sites with great views.  When ever we are near one, we are sure to stay.  Since I am 62 or older, I qualify for the U.S. government's Senior Pass, which allows free entry for me and anyone in my vehicle, into all U.S. National parks, monuments and campgrounds, and it allows us to camp for half price.  So, it only costs $10.00 per night for electric and water.  While we are here, we are just relaxing, not going sightseeing, just chilling out and enjoying the view and the breeze.  Tomorrow we go to Camping World in Tallahassee for repairs to our toilet and a light switch, then we head for the Chonko Ranch in Webster, Florida for a stay with Debbie's side of the Family.  While there, Debbie will see two doctors, one in Clermont and one in Tampa concerning her upcoming hip(s) surgeries.  Once she has the operation(s) we will recuperate at the ranch until she is ready to get back on the road again.  Debbie has made it very clear that back on the road, seeing the U.S. is where she wants to be.
Debbie relaxing at our campsite on Lake Seminole, Corp of Engineers park

Debbie setting up to finish a puzzle and some snack on some Cheetos

A beautiful campground with lots of space between campsites
Sunset over Lake Seminole

Debbie enjoying the campfire

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