We arrived in Grayton Beach, Florida at the end of September, and I haven’t written a single blog post since! Maybe because we’ve mainly been staying in one place I haven’t felt like I have as much to write about. But yet, there really is so much to say about Grayton Beach! We moved to Grayton in 2011, and this has pretty much been our home base ever since. We’ve done two extended trips in the RV, and last winter we had a house in Grayton to come home to over the winter. However, we sold that house over the summer, so while we have been in Grayton again this winter, this time we’re staying in the RV in the fabulous Grayton Beach State Park. Our very good friends Nancy and Betsy (RV-A-Go-Go) have also been spending a lot of time in Grayton, so it’s been fun to have friends around. We also had a visit from our friends Tim & Amanda (Watsons Wander)the week of Thanksgiving, and it was great fun to see them also. We’re planning to be in the area until March, and we’re expecting to get some more visits from Nikki & Jason (Gone with The Wynns), Kristin and Jason (The Snowmads), and Brandon and Kerensa (Drive Dive Devour). And of course we’ve been spending lots of time with all of our wonderful friends who live here.
We’ve been doing a little house shopping, looking for another project that we can renovate/rent/sell, but haven’t found the right thing yet. We’ve spent lots of time on the gorgeous white sand beaches and hanging out at our favorite place The Red Bar. It’s been a wonderful winter so far and we’ve got a few more months to spend in Grayton before we hit the road again in April. So if you’re coming through the Florida panhandle, please stop by and visit us. Next summer our plan is to caravan up the east coast with Nancy and Betsy, and then spend a month or two in Maine. After seeing all of their lobster pictures from last summer, I can’t wait.
So I may not be writing too much over the next month or two, but I do plan to start posting more frequently once we’re back on the road. In the meantime here are a few more pictures of Grayton Beach – hopefully you’ll see why we love it so much!