Two of our grandsons are named Kyle and Kendall. We are parked on Kendal Lane, with Kyle Lane right behind us. These two pictures are for them. (Click pictures to make them larger).
Too bad we don't have a Jack Avenue, for our third grandson. :) We've been hearing a motor running in the distance, but couldn't place what it was or where it was located. While I was walking around I found out what it was. It's the water treatment plant for the park. Now that I know what it is, it won't bother me.
The shuffle board players get together at 10am and 2pm. I'm not a morning person, but there were few people that showed up for the 2pm play time, so I decided to join them while Jim did the laundry. I've played before and really enjoy it. This will be one way to spend time in the afternoons.
Now for info on the park. The residents here are either snowbirds or full timers that come here every winter. Once the place fills up there will be community breakfasts on Saturdays, special get togethers, games, and other activities. We were told that we were very lucky to get a site the first year we tried. The place pretty much fills up with "regulars" every year but apparently someone canceled, allowing us to get a site. We're already talking about making this a yearly thing, but we'll wait a couple months to see how we like this area before making a final decision.
This park is very friendly, and there are lots of activities. The sites are close, so as time goes on it will get crowded. It's a great park for 55 years old and up. If you are interested in someplace warm, with lots to see around south/central Florida at a great price, this might be the place for you. It's $1900 for six months, which we think is very reasonable. The electric is metered at 16 cents per kwh, plus there's a $5 meter charge per month.
Maybe we should keep it a secret.