Blew Out My Flip Flop . . .

Of course, now that we’re off the road, Jimmy Buffet gets into the resort RV park business, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville RV Parks

With 3 already open, one in Lake Lanier, GA, one in Pigeon Forge, TN, and one in Auburndale, FL, they expect to have 50 up and running in the next 5 years.

Margaritaville RV Park

With more than 30 successful albums under his belt, the self-proclaimed beach bum parlayed his laid-back vibe into one of the world’s most successful hospitality brands. What began with a few restaurants has transformed into hotels, casinos, resorts, retail stores, a cruise line, senior living communities, and a line of licensed products carrying the “Margaritaville” name.

Guests can bring a camper and rent a full-hookup site for about $70 a night. Camp Margaritaville RV Resort locations also offer “cabana” cabin rentals and premium motorhome sites with waterfront views and personal Tiki huts.

The existing locations offer resort-style amenities, such as luxurious pools, waterslides, Tiki bars, putting courses, entertainment stages, daily scheduled activities, playgrounds, and dog parks.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the “Come Monday” singer is worth an estimated $600 million. He’s considered one of the world’s wealthiest musicians.

I think I’ve mentioned before that I kind of know Jimmy Buffet. He wrote in one of his books, how growing up in the Mobile, AL area, he and some friends would come over to the Alabama Point area near Gulf Shores to surf. And that there was usually a bunch of locals there too.

And I was one of the ‘locals’ that was surfing there.

Good, but kind of disappointing.

I blogged yesterday about Hot Mamba Peanut Butter that I’d ordered from Amazon.

Hot Mambo Peanut Butter

And as I suspected, it’s a really good peanut butter, but not very hot. It’s less hot than the salsa we had yesterday at
El Palenque. Of course, in the world of peanut butter, it’s probably pretty spicy, but just not in my world.

Thought For The Day:

‘Those Who Make Peaceful Revolution Impossible Will Make Violent Revolution Inevitable’ – JFK