Our trek from Tennessee to Florida included a quick stop at the Forsyth KOA. We weren’t sure we would fit through the narrow roads in the woods, but they had a nice set-up of pull thru sites in the back of the campground for big rigs like us. It worked out great and will likley be a go-to overnight for getting through Georgia. And we survived the Atlanta traffic. Our first Florida stop was Moonshine Acres in Fort White. Somewhat in the middle of nowhere, but close to Ichetucknee Springs State Park. We had the biggest yard with this site – it was awesome for Leo to have some play area. Nick made his smoked baked beans for the Thanksgiving potluck. They were a hit. Nick also spent sometime on some quality-of-life upgrades. He added some 12 volt hanging fans in the office, living room and bedroom – replacing our bulky standing fans. He installed a clothes line in the bedroom to pullout when we need to dry some clothes cause the dryers at the campgrounds aren’t always the greatest and man the quarters begin to add up. And, most importantly, he installed a couple shoe holders in our entry way  because I hate walking into the RV and tripping on all our shoes. The weather wasn’t really ideal for swimming or kayaking in the spring, but we did venture to the state park and enjoy a bit of the beauty. We were also close to Gainesville so I was able to catch of Florida Gators volleyball game with an old Minnesota volleyball friend. What a special treat. All in all a great little stop. Would be nice to be in this area again when you can really enjoy the springs.