This post represents another installment in The Big Switcheroo series – tales from last spring’s epic journey from the northeast to the Florida Keys and back – involving family, friends and an extraordinary range of adventures. With the exception of the first photo, all the pics in this post were taken at Twin Oaks RV Park in mid-May of last year.
As regular readers know, Alan and I are huge fans of our country’s State and National Parks. We began checking off National Parks and Monuments that were on our bucket list within a week of our marriage back in 1979 during our honeymoon – a month-long, cross-country camping trip to visit a number of National Parks out west. Since then, we’ve made three more cross-country National Parks camping trips, and have checked off many of the Parks that were on our “must see” list. We would have managed to cross more off the list, but some of these Parks are just so spectacular that, prior to our escape from the workforce, we used up vacation time to return to Parks we had already visited – Acadia, Great Smoky Mountains, Yellowstone, Glacier, Grand Teton. What can I say? They keep calling our names.