Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Settled in at Citrus Ridge

After a strike out day at the Daytona Beach Flea Market, I began my journey to my winter home, Citrus Ridge in Davenport, FL.  It was a great drive down and when I hit downtown Orlando on I 4 I just knew I would run into traffic but it was not to be, everyone must have been shopping.  I just breezed through to my exit.

I got here and Liz came down to give me a hug.  She said she wouldn't get in my way just wanted to welcome me and Sedona back.  Next Mel came by and helped me get backed in and set up and to welcome me back.  Wow, it sure felt good to be back.

I love my site.  It's right on the water and though I won't be here as long as I originally thought, it will be a great place to just chill, have fun and visit friends.  I've decided not to pursue working at Disney this year.  There has been too much going on and I just want to have fun.
My welcoming committee
There's plenty of room for the Whim.

Here's my new Buffet addition, looks like a perfect location.

Added Santa hats to the mirrors on the Whim.

Here's a pair of Sand Hill Cranes, I understand there are 3 couples this year.
View from my patio

Buffet and the flamingos wonder if this is a relative.

The Whim from the road.
A night scene-fountain gets turned off at 9:39 p.m.
I'll tell you a little funny on myself...see the nativity scene in color?  First day here I looked across the lake and saw all these "people" and thought they were having a meeting.  Then I saw a couple of men walking around the gazebo and they left.  The other folks were still there and I just thought it's a long meeting.  I rode my bicycle over there and guess what???  Yep, not people, it was the nativity scene.  OMG, how crazy is that, so much for a meeting.  It's okay, you can laugh at me, I did.

I'm beginning to get used to the Whim.  I'm thinking I should probably have gone to 24' instead of 21' but jury is still out.  I love driving it and when I came from Jonathan's to Davenport I got like 16.4 mpg so the more I drive the better I get and yes, that's towing.

I hear it's snowing in Crossville TN so yes, I'm glad I'm here even though its windy and getting a little cooler.  No complaints here.

I found a dermatologist locally that I can get in to see on Thursday.  I sure hope I can finally get some relief from this itchy rash but most importantly what it is and why it has lasted since middle of September.

Donna (Squawmama) I now stay at my son's house in his driveway, however 1st year out I stayed at A Big Wheel Park in St Mary's and was very pleased.  Liked the location and the owners were very good.  Across the street from Crooked River State Park.



The Good Luck Duck said...

Were you all "who's the jackass?" and "what a bunch of sheep!" and "oh, wise man, eh? Nyuknyuknyuk?

Margie and Roger said...

Ha ha, I thought they were real people too the first year I was at Citrus Ridge.

Glad you have returned. Stay as long as you can.

Jeff & Barbie said...

Your site is a great location-on the water. Enjoy your stay at Citrus Ridge. Hope to see you sometime during the winter!

Beckles said...

Pretty awesome looking winter home! Whim looks very cosy for you and Sedona! Love your new Buffett addition.....so cute. Have you settled into your Citrus Ridge routine yet such as being a noodle person!? Thanks for sharing.

Dianne said...

Hey, it's been awhile since last email. Be safe and enjoy your next Month in Fla. I really like pictures of your campsite!

tnwave said...

Wow, Carol, it all looks like a luxury resort. I will be checking in to my winter home later today. Will post pix to my blog but don't expect to see all the resort touches. It's an eco-tourist camp so much less on the frills.