Today was a much shorter travel day - a pleasant dash down I-75 from South-Central Georgia to North Florida. There were many signs of the drought that has been plaguing this area for a long time. Dry and very low rivers and beds, brown grass, cattle standing alongside the roadway holding canteens out with signs stating "Will work for water." We are at the Casey Jones Campground in Lake City. This is small but a nice, clean park. We have full hookups and they also provide cable TV. Tomorrow we travel to Apopka, FL, a northwest suburb of Orlando. We will be at the Sun Resort there for three nights before going a few miles west to The Bees Resort in Clermont, FL. We should be there for two weeks. Tomorrow we will meet with a grade school friend, Dale, and then we will kick around Central Florida for a few weeks seeing what trouble we can get into. We are really hoping that the warm weather will take away some of Carol's pain in her knees. It was in the lower 70s today and really seemed nice to us Michigan Eskimos.