Several weeks ago, we were camped in Apopka, Florida next to a full-time RVer named Sheila. She had been on the road about a year with her two dogs. The full-time lifestyle was just not what she expected. As we know, it is a lot of work. Sheila decided to give up RVing and move back to Michigan. She sold her class C motorhome and the new owner was coming to the RV park to pick it up. Sheila was frantically trying to stuff all of her personal possessions into her car along with her two dogs. She was giving away everything she no longer needed or which wouldn't fit into her car.
Before starting her full-time adventure, Sheila was worried she wouldn't find her favorite healthy natural cereal, so she ordered an entire case. Not wanting to run out, she ordered a second case. Unfortunately, there was no room in the car for an entire case of cereal. Sheila asked if we would take the unopened case of cereal and put it to good use. We decided to share the cereal with family and friends along our travels.
After leaving Apopka, we met up with our friends, Karen and Connie at the Bok Tower Gardens in Lakes Wales. The first box of cereal found it's new home! We first met Karen and Connie at an Escapees Rally in April 2012. Along with Ginny and Eric, they are our oldest (i.e., longest known, not most aged) RV friends. We've met up with them in California and New York and now in Florida. They are giving up the road and plan to snowbird, dividing their time, six months in Florida and six months in New York.