So the boys are now 12 wins and 1 loss, with all 12 wins in a row. One more 7 inning game starting in 20 minutes, and then they head back to New York State.
We are going to head north as well. We've got another state forest campground picked out about 140 miles north of here, so we'll try and make it there late this afternoon. Hopefully they'll have room for us, because it is a weekend.
The boys won their afternoon game as well. 3-1. They have got to be proud of themselves. It's not that they're a super strong team...they just seem to play well as a team. Going into the season, we were hearing that last year's team was better, but that this years team really seemed to all get along together. Maybe that's the difference. It'll be interesting to see how the season plays out when they start playing up north. Their first game up there will be March 27th in Long Island, NY.
We arrived at Withlacoochee River Park around 5:30pm. This is a park operated by Pasco County, and they have a lot of nice hiking trails and both tent camping and an RV parking area. Dry camping is $5 per night, or water + electric sites are $15 per night. Just the way it should be! We are parked by a pine forest on side side, and a big recreation field on the other side. There are 3 different parties camped here. Us, one pop up tent trailer, and one with a tent. We drove by many packed full "rv parks" on the way here, and yet this place is almost empty. We obviously are not the norm. Most people want their 30A electric power, and their starchoice satellite tv.
Believe it or not, there is an old farm house the other side of the pine forest, with an unsecured internet signal. Isn't our Hawking wi-fi antenna amazing! It has surprised us time and again with its ability to get us online.
We may stay here an extra day! Maybe I'll get that new solar panel installed! We had been planning on going to the gulf coast and visiting Cedar Key, but it's supposed to rain there all day tomorrow.
Ruth and Kevin (and Sherman in the distance) at Withlacoochee River Park