We are primarily using our Thousand Trails membership for our winter stay. However, the membership limits our stay to two weeks at a time. Bill Frederick makes an excellent location for the mandatory one week out of the Thousand Trails system.
While at Wildwood park Monica and Daniel paid us a visit we did a little shopping and had a nice dinner. There are some interesting western themed sculptures at the entrance to one of the Villages; the Brownwood village.
While shooting pictures of the sculptures, we spied a fairly large alligator sunning himself on the bank of the nearby lake. He's about 10feet in length, although we didn't get close enough to measure. ;)
Today Turkey Lake was hosting a regional Rowing Regatta. Quite a few high school rowing crews showed up to compete.
Since the last posting we also paid a visit to the Russell Stover candy factory. Quite an extensive line of candy is manufactured near Wildwood. The best deals in the store includes factory seconds, and marked down clearance seasonal themed candy (e.g., Holloween and Christmas candies). Their regular line of candy is also offered at a good discount over regular retail outlets.
Also today is Valentine's Day. Although Ina and I didn't do much special for the day; we posed for a nice picture with the park landscaping as a backdrop.