Currently we are at a KOA in Lake Panasoffkee Florida, as reported earlier. We have enjoyed our short stay here as it has allowed us to do minor cleaning, such as laundry and finding out we have a bad sail switch (micro switch) in our Atwood heater. Determining whether or not you have either a bad switch or temp switch is easy.
Our stay here at the KOA will end today as we are traveling down the road to Susan's cousins, Woody and Anna. They have invited us to stay on there property where they have full hook ups and 30 acres. This will be an enjoyable time where we can sit back and relax.
One of the few sites at the KOA is Charlie, here is a photo of him:
On one of our walks in the morning I spotted this guy / gal in a tree sunning.
We also were shown a newly hatched gator. Pam and her husband run a air-boat ride out of the KOA and have a licence to have on a few small gators onsite.
Our pull-though site.
The KOA has many full timers and people living here year round. They are working to improve the sites by making leveling them. A few sites are pull thru's, some sites will require a remote-mounted satellite antenna. Over-the-Air (OTA) signals are available, but limited to 4 stations.
Anyway time to get back to planning and getting Da Girls rig ready to roll.