At least it feels that way!
We left the Everglades on Monday after I was lucky enough to score a campsite on Key Largo.
Finding an RV spot in the Florida Keys this time of year is like winning the lottery. Most spaces are reserved a year in advance. The best spots go for over 100 a night.
When I found a spot for 70 a night, much more than we normally spend, but a deal for the keys…I grabbed it.
Little did I know that the end result would get us these awesome Margaretville views.
A prefect place for Margaritas and local smoked fish dip..
This is a funky little development..
They are decorated with lively bright colors and colorful bougainvillea.
This is a Place where renters have room for their boats..
This awesome Airstream is for sale if you are interested..
A wonderful winter home!
Cool looking jelly fish in the boat pier area.
Its odd and lovely here at the same time.
Certainly totally different from the peace and quiet of the Everglades.
After a wonderful home grilled meal of local yellowtail snapper and veggies.
We walk to one of the benches at the end of one of the piers.
Others are gathering to watch the daylight end.
Jeff speaks with a few fisherman at the end of the pier..