Once over the bridge, the GPS announced that we'll be making a left turn in the middle of the next bridge.
It turned out to be two causeways, but it did give us a start for a minute.
Bluebill Campground fit all our requirements, and had a nice mile trail around Bluebill Lake.
The campground host was very self-motivated: he landscaped the outhouse.
We went to pretty Shore Acres State Park. What a place!
It seems we visited at a good time. There were still some azaleas in bloom.
The hydrangeas were just starting their show.
There were dahlias.
As well as some more unusual plants like this monkey puzzle tree.
And an evergreen dogwood tree.
There was a pond with water lilies.
But the real stars of the park are the roses. I always like the two-toned ones.
More pretty roses.