We have moved a couple of times since last Blog. First, we went to The Falls Campground in Fallsburg, KY. The campground was a little small and didn't have full hook-up. So we didn't stay long. It was a very interesting drive getting there. The Garmin took us down state road 707! It was like going down a driveway. No lines down the middle of a very narrow road with no shoulders and it was 11 miles long. My driveway at home was wider. We almost got hit head on by a car on one of the curves.
The water falls were right in the park. It was an OK park but we won't be back. You could see the foundation of an old mill that was built in 1812.
So now for our second move. We are at Robert Newlon Airport RV Park in Huntington, WV. This is a real cool park. Our site isn't that good but they have a great restaurant in the park, Fly In Cafe. They had live music Saturday night on the patio.
We've eaten there twice already and will again before we leave. They have a Seafood menu. They fly the seafood in. Peggy had the Crab and Lobster Lasagne, she said it was great.
This is the home for West Virginia Sky Divers. So all weekend we've been watching them come down.
Looks like fun but NO way am I going to try it.
You can see two people on this one.
This guy landed right in the RV park, right behind our rig.
It rained 1 inch and our site is like a swamp. That's the bad part of this park and the road in the park has huge pot holes.
We met Jack one night parked next to us. This is the very first RV he's ever owned. This is week 3 for him. We moved the truck for him so he could get out a little easier. He's driven all the way to Montana and back already. You're doing great Jack!We had to get our mat out to cover the swamp. No pictures of Peggy for a while. She got a bad hair cut! But look at the great hair cut I got. Thank you Peggy.
Funny things you see in RV Parks.
This guy's awning was coming apart. He didn't seem to care. I think awnings are the funniest things. In one park in Jackson, MS a guy was beating his awning with a hammer. We watched as his neighbor offered to help but was turned away. When a hammer is involved, frustration levels are already high.
Live Happy and Always Go Big.