(Fortson, GA) Hi 78 Lo 41 – We got chilly during the night so Jim got up and turned on the heat pump, then we slept sound till late morning. It’s so relaxing here, also very quiet. I learned the tent sites here have electric hookups and the tenters use small heaters or fans in their tents. There’s a group from a corporate business that use the white tents that are scattered around the park. They meet on weekends for corporate retreats. It’s better then meeting in a hotel.
Each tent has one occupant. No sleeping on the ground here.
The tent area next to us was a hot fishing spot. One couple left and a couple boys came in. I haven’t seen any fish caught yet.
I took a walk to the office, which is 0.7 miles up the road. I mean UP... there’s a big hill to go up to get there. This is looking down toward our site.
I took a rest at the office and talked to Judy and Jim for awhile.
Judy and Jim
After I rested a bit Judy and I walked back down to our site. My Jim walked back to the office with her at a much faster pace then I can do.
He got Judy's Jim to bring him back in the golf cart, so he didn’t do as long a walk as I did.
Some more of the sites looking down from the hill.
I sat outside most of the afternoon and crocheted and watched the boats and people fishing on the lake. The breeze was nice and the sun was warm. Here's the view from my chair under our awning.
Jim watched the Cardinals baseball game till it was time to head back up to the office for a cookout with Jim and Judy. The guys grilled burgers and brats outside while Judy and I held down the office.
This is a great place. There are trees, but they aren’t touching the RV so there’s no problems with squirrels running on the top or branches swishing. It’s neat watching the boats and we’re enjoying our stay.