Last campfire at Lake Seminole

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Tonight is our last campfire at the Corps of Engineers’ Eastbank Campground on Lake Seminole. We’ve been here the longest of any destination on our, to date, nine-week journey.

Even though we’ve changed campsites three times, this campground has been our home for almost two weeks–we’ve met many good people here and some with whom we hope to stay in touch and cross paths with again down the road. This respite on the Georgia-Florida border has been very good for us.

Tomorrow we head south to Lake Griffin State Park in central Florida.

Photo: Jimmy Smith roasting marshmallows over our last campfire at Lake Seminole. (Julianne G Crane)

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  • We wondered what Charlie’s last name was and now we know. We enjoyed our one evening with him around your campfire and got a chance to briefly meet Patty on the day they were leaving.

  • Patty and I are sorry to see you guys leave our part of the world. We hope to see you on the road somewhere, after Christmas hopefully?
    Jimmy, I can hear those catfish calling you! Enjoy your visit to Lake Griffin and all along the road. Thanks for the nice write up Julianne!

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