As you can see, our site is near the small lake that is in this park. It's the lake with the baby ducks that are disappearing because we also have alligators.
This is a nice park, very few trees and some of the sites are close. But we're on a corner and have plenty of room.
However, the French Canadians from Quebec have discovered this park and the majority of the people here are from there. That means that most of them speak French. It's really difficult to have a conversation with your neighbor when neither of you can speak the other language. The newsletter is in both English and French.
Friday, November 20, 2009
OKEECHOBEE LANDINGS RV PARK
Posted by Jim and Sandie at 12:44 PM
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I notice your porta-bote. We've had one for a couple of years and love it. We've dragged it over all types of surface. We hit most of the hidden stumps in the lakes of east TEXAS. We have both stood up and never flip it. I love this bote. How do you store yours for travel?ReplyDelete
Love your blog.