We are still staying in the CG Southern Aire, near Tampa.
We have become accustomed to the CG, and the people here, who are mostly, by the way, older than us, and have their own cliques.
Actually, there are three distinct groups of people here, it seems.
First, there is the group who set up their camper or trailer on a lot ten to twenty years ago, added a sun room, and settled down to the good life in Florida. They keep mostly to themselves, are in charge of most of the clubhouse activities, and are distantly friendly.
The second largest group (or, so it seems) is the group of winter workers. These people have nice campers, fifth wheels, trailers, motorhomes, etc. and are the source of the noise you hear from 6AM to 7AM as they fire up their cars and go off to their seasonal job.
Many of them are full-timers, and as you already know, this provides them withthat extra income they need to pretty much travel the contry and enjoy their retirement. Usually, you can tell their sites, because they are decorated very nice, with enough stuff that it will obviously take them more than a couple of hours to pack up to leave.
The third group, are those like myself. We come down here to Florida for the winter in our RV, and stay at one or more sites, each for a month or more, and have a home base somewhere in the US that is sitting vacant until we get back there after it turns hot, and the mosquitos come out, here in Florida.
Of course there is the sprinkling of those RVers who come in for a period of a day to a week, generally just passing through on their way to somewhere else.
The people coming down to Florida for a week of vacation, with or without kids, are not evident here. This CG just does not have the entertainment or facilities that would draw them here.
I use the Gym, Pool, and walk the streets for exercise, and the Laundry is clean, well lit and everything is functional. Other than that, we are enjoying the privacy, and will be here until the 30th, and then we will go over to the TT in Clermont.
Y’all have a good day now! Ya Hear!
Don and Helen