If you have been following our posts, you may recall me whining about how the gauges on the gray and black tanks don’t always work. Therefore, you never know when they are full. Regis tells me that I will know when the gray tank is full if I’m taking a shower and the water starts to puddle at my feet and stop going down the drain.
At the Koreshan campground, we have water and electricity but no sewer. We were only planning to stay 4 nights, so that should not have been a problem. On our last morning, prior to leaving, I took my shower and lo and behold, the water began to puddle around my feet. Thank goodness I was almost done. There was a dump station in the campground, so we didn’t have far to go to dump the tanks. Jeezy peezy there has to be a better way!
While hanging around the campground, Regis made friends with this little anole.
We spent our last full day here going back to J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge. I love the place and cannot get enough of it. Since the tide was in, we didn’t see as many birds. It is easier for them to fish when the tide is out. Nevertheless, I got some more video of a Reddish Egret fishing. Click here.
Here are some more bird pictures.
We checked out the Bailey tract at the refuge. We didn’t see many birds, but we saw this little guy hanging about.