We arrived at the Atlanta Motor-speed way on Wed. Oct 17th. Headed to the Will Call area as we arrived 1 day earlier then expected. Paid our $20 for the night and headed to the parking area. We were parked quickly and easily. With the large lots we were done in less then 5 minutes, and were setup and laid out in less then 30 minutes.
Strange we did not take as many photos, but we did take some.
While there Susan went on a hunting expedition for Alfa RV's. By the time she was done she had located 12 RVs. Which will be another post.
The shows were good, products were mostly related to RV's and not the "Seen on TV" ads. Lots of new rigs to be seen and walked thru. This is a first, we walked away spending $50.00 for the five nights there.
Did not really take a lot of photos, except for the Beach Boys concert. Those have already been posted.
We left early Monday morning. The dump was available and we took advantage of it. So 6 am we were up and off to Savannah, Ga by 7 am. Our stop there was a RV golf resort facility, nice location. We had electric and water and were offered a work camping job for Nov. and into Dec.
The job entailed turning on and off Christmas lights. Greeting people and being available Wed thru Sunday in the evenings.- Perks made this tempting- all the golf I could play, meals, stipend and great people to work with. If it had not been for our commitments in Florida, we would definitely considered it.
Here is Susan taking a photo of the dangerous stair sign. as we walked around Old Savannah.
Along our walk we came across this posted in a store window.
Link to Savannah Photos
One of the many places we visited, was the Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum. This was the main squadron during World War II.
Link to the Mighty Eighth Air Force Photos
We Left Savannah, around 9:30ish and headed on down to Florida. Our destination was Lake Panasoffkee, near Ocala. We were to stay with a cousin of Susan's, but we ended up at the Lake Panasoffkee KOA. This is a nice place with full hook ups. A great way to do laundry and clean out the DaGirls Rig.
Anyway, time to take the Da Girls out for their evening walk.
from Da Girls RV
Dale & Susan