5427 Happy Hour Sandy Dick & Dale It was a great Christmas Rally at Suwannee River Hideaway Campground in Old Town.  Carl 5417 Norma At Happy Hourand Wendy Taylor out did themselves with all the Fun and Fellowship. Tucked away along  the River, it is a quiet, peaceful place with a long boardwalk that takes you out to the river.

Things kicked off Thursday afternoon when everyone gathered for happy hour Salt Creek Restaurantbefore heading over to the town of Suwannee for dinner at the Salt Creek Restaurant.  It is a  stunning view from the dining room as you look out over the water.  The food was very good and the service excellent.

Friday started with hot breakfast in the clubhouse and then some of us spent late morning 5423 Wendy At Happy Hour and early afternoon exploring the area.  Friday night we had a potluck dinner. The staff from the campground judged our trailer Christmas decorations and as we learned later it was 5444 Barb & John On Bench Suwannee River Board Walka fierce competition with 2 first place winners, Dale and Janis  Edwards and Jim and Alice Trusley.

Saturday afternoon we headed to the Putnam Lodge for a tour of this historic facility and a Christmas dinner in the dining room.  The food was outstanding and the tour was well worth it. The owner gave us her personnel best.  The future plans for Putnam Lodge are evolving and so we expected to hear more about the5482 Barb Finds Billy Bass good things happening 5454 Goup Seated For Xmas Dinner Putnam Lodgethere.

The evening was just getting started when we returned to the campground.  A favorite tradition got underway with the “White Elephant” gift exchange.  Everyone was waiting to see who got Billy Bass, You know, that fish that sings a song for you.  Before the night was over not only was Bill in the hands of new owner but brother Bobby appeared so next year two people will have a chance to take home this treasured prize.