The Mount Moriah Church of God, a local church was our food vendor. One day for lunch I bought from them a wing basket - three full wings fried, french fries and lemon juice - all delicious - all good southern cooking.
Our Roadtrek group had a social hour everyday.
Roadtrekers brought so many snacks to the social hour that I filled up on chips, dips, cookies, finger sandwiches, etc that I didn't eat supper.
Little golf cart trams were available to take you to all attractions - but I was parked so close that I prefered to walk.
Another day of social hour - good food and good conversations - making new friends. Some folks brought their dogs.
A full breakfast was provided each day from 7:30 am to 8:30 am. I always arrived early. Before I finished breakfast, all these seats were filled. The "Singles International" chapter served.
My breakfast one day - scrambled eggs, grits and sausage - Pancakes and hashbrowns were also available. Both regular and decaf coffee were provided.
Ron, Tippy and Treky