Saturday, March 21, 2009

RV parks's business slows in downturn - St. Petersburg,FL,USA
Harold Polglaze says he has been pinching pennies since his wife died in 2005.

Now he lives in an RV at Cody's Catfish Pond RV Park in Weeki Wachee.

He's one of many who — even in a down economy — have kept business going in the area's campgrounds and recreational vehicle parks.

Others are snowbirds who, despite shrinking retirement accounts, are determined to spend the winter the way they always have — in the Florida sunshine.

"I've lost a lot of money," said Indiana native Chester Little.

Little and his wife have been spending winters in Brooksville's Clover Leaf Forest for the past 10 years.

"The only thing that might have prevented us from coming was $4-a-gallon gas," he said. "If it's going to cost more, we do less."
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