Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers
The travels of the two RV Gypsies in 2010
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Scroll down for a detailed itinerary for the two RV Gypsies, details of what is found under the numbers on the above map, plus links to the photos. Numbers are placed as close as possible to their real location within each state, but cannot be placed exactly.
|Travels of the two RV Gypsies in the year 2010|
|1 - The two RV Gypsies wintered in Deerfield Beach, Florida|
|2a. Menu to the west coast of Florida, 2010|
|2b. visiting a friend in Englewood, Florida|
|2c. Gasparilla Island State Park|
|2d. Bee's RV Resort - Central Florida|
|2e. Visiting friends at The Villages - Central Florida|
|2f. Lee's Travel Park - Largo, Florida and Arline Winerman's line dance workshop and 75th birthday|
|2g. John's Pass|
|3b Big Shoals State Park: The two RV Gypsies visited this area both in 2009 and 2010 and both sets of photos are reached through #2 on the map because it is fun to compare how different the same trip has been - the photos are quite different.|
|4. The two RV Gypsies went to McDonough, Georgia to visit their daughter's future mother-in-law and sister-in-law. April 28, 2015|
|6. This site combines 3 trips to this area, 2008, 2009 and 2010 and includes a visit to Karen's friend Dottie Colston, plus the town of Helen, and Cleveland, the home of the Cabbage Patch Dolls, several campgrounds, and lots of fabulous waterfalls in the Blue Ridge Mountains. A favorite place of the two RV Gypsies.|
|While leaving Georgia and heading into North Carolina, the two RV Gypsies answered a phone call from the District Attorney in Orlando and were given notice that they MUST return to Orlando, Florida for Douglas Lively's murder trial. However, there was still a bit of time before the two RV Gypsies had to head back, so with heavy hearts they remained in North Carolina and even travelled a bit north for a short time before heading south to Orlando in their RV for the trial.|
|7. North Carolina - Grandfather Mountain and The Mile High Swinging Bridge, the zip line, Blowing Rock, Linville Gorge and Falls.|
|8. North Carolina - Chimney Rock, Hooker Falls, Triple Falls, High Falls, and Hickory Nut Falls. plus a Segway tour of Asheville.|
|9. Travelers Rest and Greenville, South Carolina - and The Liberty Bridge at Falls Park on the Reedy.|
|10. Lake Oconee, in Greensboro, Georgia - North Shore Resort (an ROD resort)|
11. Sea Islands -Jekyll Island - St. Simons Island - Fort Frederica - Savannah Segway tour, and Summer Waves Waterpark, Amelia Island and American Beach - Georgia, plus Burney Park, Amelia Island Lighthouse, and Fort Clinch.
|12. The two RV Gypsies went to Okefenokee Swamp in Folkston, Georgia. Check out the photos of the beautiful waterways, the Swamp Island Drive, and lots of alligators.|
|Then it was time for the two RV Gypsies to return to Orlando, Florida only to discover that even though the District Attorney called them to come back for Douglas Lively's murder trial, the trial had been delayed, so the Two RV Gypsies got back in their RV motorhome and headed north once again.|
13 Cave City, Kentucky. The two RV Gypsies visited Kentucky Down Under, Big Mike's Mystery Fun House, Alpine slide, Mammoth Cave National Park, and more.
|But then Lee fell and had surgery, so they had to stay put in Kentucky for 6 very long and hot weeks. Then the surgeon said Lee could travel, but had to return in three weeks for a checkup. So the two RV Gypsies went to visit friends and relax awhile before returning to Kentucky for the medical checkup.|
|14. Scott County, Indiana - Pigeon Roost Monument, overlook of Ohio Valley at Clark forestry, Bowen Lake, Leota Covered Bridge, overlook of Scott County, Jellystone Park and more.|
The two RV Gypsies stopped in Lebanon, Indiana to visit their maid-of-honor and one of their bridesmaids from almost 45 years ago - friends from Karen's U.S. Navy days.
|15. Monticello, Indiana - Wolf Park in Battle Ground, Indiana, and Wabash and Erie Canal (three pages including the Suspension Bridge).|
|16. The two RV Gypsies made a brief stop in Hartford, Michigan. They visited Warren Dunes State Park and climbed the 260 foot sand dune and played in the waves at Lake Michigan.|
|17. The two RV Gypsies went to The Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk in Portage, Indiana and from the pier could see Gary, Indiana and Chicago, Illinois, plus a lighthouse that was in Michigan City. Then the two RV Gypsies went to Michigan City, Indiana to climb some dunes at Central Beach and wade in Lake Michigan again. Then on to see Mount Baldy. Then on to Washington Park to get a close-up look at the lighthouse and swim in Lake Michigan.|
|18. Now the two RV Gypsies returned to Lebanon, Indiana (for the third time); visiting friends again. Lee needed some rest time, and Karen just wanted to kick back with friends and enjoy. See the photo of friends in 1966 and now in 2010.|
|19. The two RV Gypsies went to Louisville, Kentucky for doctor visits. Although it was 99 degrees outside, they briefly went to the Falls of The Ohio in Clarksville, Indiana.|
Because Lee wasn't feeling well, the two RV Gypsies did a bunch of one-night stopovers in various campgrounds to get from Kentucky to Florida. No adventures or photos were taken during this time.
|20. The two RV Gypsies stopped at a rest stop along I-75 in Gainesville, Florida and enjoyed the Snake Wall at the Paynes Prairie Rest Stop|
|Once again, the two RV Gypsies had to return to Broward County Florida so that Lee could rest from his injury and surgery, and Karen went on a cruise October 17-24 with line dance friends.|
|Photos taken in Broward County, Florida with family and friends. through the remainder of the year 2010 and in 2011 before the two RV Gypsies left Broward County, can be found on the 2011 USA map.|
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