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Old 07-30-2012, 12:36 AM   #1
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Hello, from central Florida

Hi everyone, we are new to the forum, not new to the RV lifestyle. We are retired and have been full timing since 2007. We recently sold our coach and purchased our park trailer. We decided to stop traveling for a while, without giving up the lifestyle. We still have all the park activities and amenities, we're still building friendships with folks who love the lifestyle as much as we do. We found a park in Central Florida that is very reasonably priced, with lots of activities. We are looking forward to continuing in the RV lifestyle here in Florida but dropping anchor for a while. Congratulations on a fine forum.
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Old 07-30-2012, 01:22 AM   #2
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to the forums! With your experience I'm sure you have lots to share with us.

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Old 07-30-2012, 08:01 AM   #3
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Welcome Indian Creeker, from another Central Floridian!!! I'm looking forward to learning lots from you!!!!
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Welcome to the forum !
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:28 AM   #5
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Hi everyone, we are new to the forum, not new to the RV lifestyle. We are retired and have been full timing since 2007. We recently sold our coach and purchased our park trailer. We decided to stop traveling for a while, without giving up the lifestyle. We still have all the park activities and amenities, we're still building friendships with folks who love the lifestyle as much as we do. We found a park in Central Florida that is very reasonably priced, with lots of activities. We are looking forward to continuing in the RV lifestyle here in Florida but dropping anchor for a while. Congratulations on a fine forum.
Can you tell me what camps you considered in Central Florida?
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:41 AM   #6
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Welcome to the forum

We spent part of last Winter at Tropical Palms in Kissimmee, rented a Cottage, but, this year we will take our windjammer to Texas.
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Old 07-30-2012, 03:32 PM   #7
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Can you tell me what camps you considered in Central Florida?
We are in Bushnell. We are about 50 miles from Orlando, about 59 miles
from Tampa, and we are about 20 miles from the Gulf. When we were looking for a place to drop anchor for a while, we looked seriously at this area because it was pretty quiet. Not too far from the exciting stuff, but not over run with tourists. We looked at Blueberry Hill, Red Oaks, Sumter Oaks, but decided on Breezy Oaks. Depending on what you are looking for, you'll find that this area is so much cheaper per month than most of Central Florida and almost anywhere South. If you are looking for a semi permanent place to hang your hat, you can go 6/6 here for $160 per mo, or stay full time for $220 per mo. plus electric. We've been here since last September and really enjoy it. When the winter crowd gets here,we have two music jams a week, games almost every night, bingo on Wed. nights, Karaoke on Monday night, dinners twice a month and lots of good people with the same interests in common. Nice clubhouse and pool. Nice laundry. Good luck with your search.
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Texas will be beautiful in the winter.Campers are such a dedicated group of middle Americans. Hard working, law abiding, respectful and considerate. A part of this nation quickly disappearing to history.
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Just traded up to a flagstaff v-lite 30wfkss. Our first trip will be a 11 day visit to Long Point Park in south Brevard county. We have been there couple of times. Decided good place to a shake down trip. Next trip to VA/NC and then SC to visit family.
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