After breakfast we decided to drive to Lazydays RV Dealership. It is best described as an RV Dealer on steroids. We walked around and went in and out of a lot of different RVs. We only saw about 25% of what they had on their lots. We were not dressed warm enough and it was just too cold and windy to walk around and look at all the units. We did go to their on-site Camping World and buy a water filter, replacement light bulbs and holding tank deodorizer. We’ll see more rigs tomorrow at the RV Supershow in Tampa.
Rows of Fifth Wheels
Rows of Class A Motorhomes
Rows of Class C Motorhomes
Rows of Service Bays
Rows of Dining Tables
Rows of Drink Machines
Lazydays provides free breakfast, lunch and beverages for all customers. We enjoyed a hot cup of coffee after walking around outside.
Sales Office Area
Service Lounge Area
We got back to the campground by noon. After lunch, we headed out to do some more geocaching along a section of the Florida Trail right here in the state park. I would consider the trail moderate when it comes to difficulty. The terrain is flat, but there are lots of tree roots sticking up so you have to watch your step. Besides hiking and geocaching, another purpose of the hike was to scout out the Hillsborough River and see where we can launch our Sea Eagle Kayak. We found a couple of spots. So if the weather gets a little warmer by the end of the week, we will try to get in some kayaking!!
Along the trail
Canoe in the River
Kayak launch area (actually in the campground)
I did find 2 of the 3 geocaches that we set out to discover.
Both Caches were ammo-cans
The one we didn’t locate was going to require some bushwhacking through the vines and stickers in order to reach it. Didn’t need to find it that much.
We did spot some wildlife along the trail. Nancy got up close and personal with an armadillo. We frightened deer and they frightened us so no pictures there!! Nancy was able to get a few wildlife photos and at the end of the trail we watched a red-tailed hawk….amazing!!
Help...What is this bird??
Red Tailed Hawk
The Endanger 'Wild Orange Picker'
Another day with at least 8 miles of walking, no wonder we are sleeping like babies. Tomorrow we are looking forward to meeting some RV-Dreams friends at the Tampa RV Show and scouting all the new 2011 Motorhomes. I’ve already promised Nancy that I won’t buy a motorhome tomorrow at the show, but maybe Friday!! JUST KIDDING HONEY! We will just have to look and admire until we sell the house.