New State, New Challenges

We have arrived in Florida for our winter job, or so we thought. The day before we arrived at our destination, we received a phone call saying the work at the company that hired us was running out. We have to scramble to find work, and the means to stay here for the winter. Our current location is great, and we were hoping to stay here for at least a month, but if the storm clean up doesn’t last here, we will have to move on within a week. We are hoping to get good news to be able to stay here or at least in the area, before the week is out. There is so much to see around here, but I have been sick since we “landed” so to speak, so I have not been able to go out and explore. Being penned up with a runny nose and sore throat in this beautiful 80 degree weather is a bad way to start out. We do have an alligator living in the pond here on the RV site, but apparently he is ok with locals as long as they keep their pets away from the pond. I have not seen him yet. I have noticed when I open out door that we have little lizards by the palm trees. (Either that or tiny baby alligators, but I am sure they are baby lizards, lol). Sam loves to look out the window at the palm trees too. She has never seen them in real life. While we were at our stop over in Savannah, she got out on her leash and sniffed around them some. We hope to be able to compile a better blog for you soon of our travels that we had before getting here and of good news of work from here as well. We will get back with you all in a couple of days after getting rest and getting rid of this cold or whatever it is. (sinus?) Hopefully the work will stretch out and continue. We have met some nice people here in the park who think they may can help with the storm work. Keep us in your thoughts! See you soon! Trying to keep you all posted!20171102_13395920171102_13422620171102_133935.jpg

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    1. Thank you for the good thoughts. The winter is still yet to come. Good thoughts to all. Hope you get well with your ear infection too! Looking forward to getting out and about, having ”cabin fever” already.

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