This morning was the hugs and hitches part of the rally where everyone says goodbye. It was a great 4 days, and we have contact info for a few folks so that we can keep in touch and hopefully meet up on our travels.
And then, about 4 hours later, we arrived in Moore Haven at The M Resort, a campground that is being redone by the new owners. If the pool is any indication, it's going to be beautiful when finished.
For the first time in our travels, we're actually parked on a large concrete pad with lots of space for our chairs under the awning. It's very nice, and we don't have to worry about sinking into the muck if it rains (like Wauchula). Actually, the campground is pretty sandy so that wouldn't be an issue anyway. There aren't too many people here right now. It's probably 25% full, so we're in a corner site with the truck parked on it's own concrete pad in the site next to us. I imagine the truck feeling mighty proud, what with it's own site and all.
Tomorrow we'll head over to Lake Okeechobee which is only a couple of miles away. It's the 2nd largest inland lake in the US after Lake Michigan. It covers 730 square miles. Pics tomorrow.