ALABAMA WEEK 1: THANKSGIVING
We have moved our RV about an hour over the state line to Azalea Acres RV Park in Robertsdale, AL. Azalea Acres RV Park This is an adult only RV park, weather is about the same as Pensacola, other campers are friendly and there is always some kind of actives going on daily. The cost is almost half the price as Blue Angles RV park so there is more money in my pocket.
Because it's Thanksgiving week we did not do much driving around. We did go to local farm markets and local shops, but no big chain stores to stay away form the Black Friday shopper. We also found spring water to refill our gallon jugs. The campground had Thanksgiving dinner for all and there was lots of food.
Everyone showed up and the parking lot is full.
The rest of the week we stayed most of the time on the campground planning our next week trips for sightseeing. There is one place I'm really excited to go, Hank Aaron Childhood Home and Museum in Mobile, AL. I also heard that Hank Aaron Stadium (AA affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks) is close by so I will have to stop there too.
I'm only 20 views away from 500 and I should reach that goal by next week post.