2022 Spring RV tour – Heading to warmer weather, Mar 6 – 10


We left Michigan on Sunday, March 6. The snow was pretty much gone and it was a good travel day. Most of our first few days were planned around avoiding driving in bad weather. Overall, it worked out pretty well. Our last day at Faver-Dykes was really rainy, but we fit in a decent hike, early. We did not feel like going to see anything in St. Augustine, after experiencing the traffic and crowds there, last year. Maybe next time… Our main goal was to get to Sebastian Inlet on 3/11 and to start enjoyng some warm, sunny weather in a new location.

Clinton/Knoxville North KOA Journey, Clinton, TN – We drove further than planned, the first night, to avoid storms. It was worth it! We stayed one night.
Forsyth KOA Journey, Forsyth, GA – one night here.
Fox City Brewing Co, Forsyth, GA – Great microbrewery. Forsyth used to be known as Fox City, likely because of the all-womens college that used to be there. The brewery used to be an ice house and a yarn factory. We also went to a Mexican place that was almost as good as the ones in S Dakota. 
Buc-ee’s BBQ  – The brisket and turkey sandwiches were great. Huge place – lots of food and shopping.
Buc-ee’s BBQ
Eagle’s Roost RV Resort, Lake Park, GA another quick overnight stop. We left quickly in the morning to avoid storms.
Faver-Dykes State Park, St. Augustine, FL – stayed two nights, to have a break from travel. Very quiet here. We stayed in the campground, hiked and cooked dinner. I worked on my blog.
Hiking at Faver-Dykes State Park, St. Augustine, FL – We hiked about 3.5 miles here.
Hiking at Faver-Dykes State Park, St. Augustine, FL