Friday, March 22, 2013

Heading to Bushnell, FL

Bainbridge, GA (East Bank COE Park)

Although we really enjoyed our time at the Gunter Hill COE park it was time to move on.  We will make it to Bushnell, FL on Saturday, but since we no longer drive a lot of miles each day we've stopped for the night at the  Eastbank COE  park near Banbridge, GA. We drove a whopping 181 miles today.

We arrived around 2:00 PM (now 3:00 EDT)  and were set up shortly.  The campground appears that it will probably be almost filled by the end of the day. Eastbank COE is positioned at the south end of Lake Seminole just above the Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam. Lake Seminole straddles the GA-FL line just north of the small town of Chattahoochee.

The sites are well spaced and our view out the driver's side of our rig looks toward the water.  Although it was a fairly nice day in the mid-60s, few boats were on the water.









       The end of another day of fulltime RVing!  I have to admit. We might learn to like this!

Tomorrow we have about 258 miles to travel to our destination near Bushnell, FL.  We are attending the Techno Geek Learning Rally beginning Sunday put on by Chris and Jim Guld (Geeks on Tour) and Phil and Tracey May (TechnoRV).  I can definitely handle these shorter driving days.

Thanks for dropping by to take a look!

3 comments:

  1. Short driving days, what are they like? Someday I hope to find out.

    Have fun at the rally, Jim and Chris Guld are great teachers and lots of fun, too.

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  2. We will be staying at Eastbank when we start our trek north this summer. Thanks for the sneak preview ... any tips on sites to consider?

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    1. The "A" loop is probably what you would want. It's close to the water and open enough to be able to maneuver and get satellite (if so desired). There are a few sites in "B", but most are too small for our rigs. "C" has several offerings, but is farthest from the water.

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