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The two RV Gypsies in
White Springs, Florida

White Sulphur Springs was considered to be a sacred healing ground and warring tribes could come to bathe in and drink the mineral waters here while putting aside their disagreements. In 1835, Bryant and Elizabeth Sheffield bought land for a plantation in the Suwannee River valley region, including the spring and most of what is now the Town of White Springs. Mr. Sheffield's testimonials about the good effects the sulfurous spring water had on his health brought others to the ancient healing place who were in need of relief from rheumatism, kidney trouble, nervousness, and other ailments.

White Sulphur Springs sign
 
White Sulphur Springs sign
White Sulphur Springs sign
 
White Sulphur Springs sign
White Sulphur Springs sign
 
White Sulphur Springs sign
White Sulphur Springs sign
 
White Sulphur Springs sign
The Suwannee River at White Sulphur Springs
Suwannee River
 
Suwannee River
Suwannee River
The two RV Gypsies at the Suwannee River.
Lee at Suwannee River
 
Karen at Suwannee River
Here is Lee at Lee's Country Campground.
Lee's Country Campground signsmile face
Karen meets a bear ??? yeah right!
 
And gets closer and closer.........
Karen and a bear
 
Karen and a bear
laughing dudeWhat a brave soul! LOL!
Karen and a bear

Note: the photos on this page were actually from March 31, 2009, but were placed here because it is the same area as the next set of photos at Big Shoals State Park, a great hike in 2010.

continue on to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesPlease continue on to Big Shoals State Park