Huguenot Memorial Park Campground

This time we had site 48, directly on the St. Johns River and across from the channel marker. Later we learned this was a great spot for fishing.

Walking the beach and chasing sand crabs

After dinner Rosellen beat Matt at Backgammon. For sleeping we shifted the RV to “icebox mode”. In this mode we isolating the bunk room from the front half of the RV and crank the A/C. On a crazy hot and humid night the temperature will drop to about 76 degrees and even a bit lower if you like… Great sleep!

In the morning we washed down the kayaks with a hose/sprayer attached to the sink faucet. It work great and has a spray range of about 10 feet.

Ragga Surf Cafe

All packed and cleaned up, we headed about an hour south to the Ragga Surf Cafe, a discovery from a year ago worth repeating. The cafe is collection of three fixed up RVs setup as a food truck, ice-cream stand and gift shop, complete with picnic tables and sun-shade umbrellas. The staff is friendly, the music is Southern California chill, the food is very good and the vibe is just right.