Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Days 31-40

We decided to leave Maryland earlier and arrived back in Savannah at our trailer around 11 PM. An uneventful trip, thank goodness. We rested the next day and did little. We are still disappointed with the wasted trip to Maryland over a prospective buyer that failed to qualify after we were told they had. Next time we will contact their bank personally. Lesson learned.

Over the next week and a half, we just tried to enjoy the area and the people we had met at the Ft. Stewart RV Park. Did some fishing, we toured Savannah (that never gets old), took a tour bus to some outlet stores on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, and just putzed around. It has been so hard to “learn” how to relax after a lifetime of hurry-hurry. We surely are not looking forward to returning to the craziness of the Baltimore/Washington area.

The campground hosts made our stay particularly pleasant. Besides doing an excellent job at keeping the place running very efficiently, they were a hoot to be with. We totally enjoyed their company and hope we will be able to stay in contact with them.

We took several short jaunts on our bikes and found we were more out-of-shape than we had thought. That is definitely something we need to work on. I see more bike riding in the future.

We hope to spend more time here on the future journeys. Our stay here comes to an end on Nov 9th when we relocate to King’s Bay Submarine Base RV Park in Saint Mary’s, Georgia.

P.S. We did not get any Trick-or-Treaters. I guess the parents do not want their small kids wandering around the swamps of Ft. Stewart at night. Too many alligators and other strange creatures.

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