The weather has been great-@ 80 during the day, low 60's at night & windows open (which helps with the dead mouse in the A/C box under the dashboard :>), and no bugs! Tomorrow we're thinking we may go find a place to put the boats in. There are a lot of lakes in this area, but due to years of drought, most are close to dried up. We remembered being here in 2009, but on the gulf side, and seeing where people who had waterfront houses with docks in their back yards, are surrounded by grass and not a drop of water in sight! Not so great for property values. We'll probably head over to the St. John river, east of here.
Monday, we go to Payne's Prairie, south of Gainesville and west of here, another place we discovered while driving around in 2009. It looks just like Kansas, with wild horse and buffalo herds. There's a lot of hiking trails there, and we've always wanted to go back and stay a few days and check it out. As a piece of dead tree fell through the awning in the middle of the night at Okefenokee, we will stay there until we get the awning replacement scheduled at a camper shop in Tallahassee, then move to Sopchoppy (home of the world's only "worm gruntin" festival), when that's done. K discovered they are holding a Christmas festival there a week from today, which should be fun-it's a funky little town!