Thursday, March 15, 2007

Onward to FMCA!

We broke camp around noon today after taking a tour around the lake. The lake is quite nice and the campground was very adequate. Water and electric hookups, but just look at these spacious sites. On our tour, we managed to participate in some wildlife relocation. Let it be known that our efforts resulted in two large turtles being relocated. One was in the middle of the road and surely would have been vulture fodder. As Terry was relocating that one, another climbed up onto the road at about the same spot the other would had to have started across the road. So Terry got that one and relocated it to the same area as the other. Hopefully they appreciated our efforts at saving their lives and will go on to produce numerous offspring.

On our way to Cordele, Georgia, we traveled state highways as there was no interstate route available. We went through numerous little towns which were quite interesting. We arrived here at our campground around 4:00 and got set up. Some neighbors stopped by to see our dogs and Neal made friends with Torgenay, the Amazon Grey. Neal is doing well and enjoying his time outside. We watch him like a hawk, though, so there will be no repeat performance of his rock-eating ways. Ho ho.

We may go to Andersonville tomorrow, the Civil War prison. It is not far from here, but we may get some rain so will have to wait and see. We are meeting Ward and Patty New here and we will go together to the FMCA rally in Perry, Georgia, on Sunday.

Till next time. . .


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