Americamps RV Resort is right off of I 95 and with taxes and Good Sam discount was 54.00 a night. The a/c doesn't work well up front so I was incredibly drained and hot and honestly would have paid hundreds just to stop. We are here for two nights and Roger, right now, is up front working on the window fan in front of me to see if he can get it to work. They have a long drive through so we don't have to take the car off the dolly, good deal. Free waffles, juice, milk and fruit is served every morning except Thursday so this morning was a no brainer . Dogs to the small dog park, but I bet the small dogs think it's huge, then off to the "rally room".
This seems to be a stop over camp ground for travelers with a few full time people that probably work near by on construction. Quite a few people have left this morning after their waffles.
Now a few photos from our past few days.
A Fire Rainbow. I read the sun has to be exactly at a 58 degree angle but to me this was a sign that we would be ok in our travels.
I actually am getting better in finding spaces to store stuff as we roll. Maybe, hopefully, by the time we go across country I will have less stuff!!!
The boys are keeping as eye of Dad as her fills our tank. I think this was in South Carolina. Fuel here at the Pilot was 2.39 a gallon.
When we stop the kids just chill.
I loved this. A tree outside our living room slide window.
The infamous South Of The Border. After seeing a zillion signs for it you finally pass it.
I believe in signs. Not the "Stop" or "Turn Here" type but the kind you find outside your steps after you spend a night worrying that you may break down, or the car you are towing may suddenly decide to roll away as you are zooming along.... I came out of the RV and this was at the bottom of the stairs. Yes I know the meaning so I'm feeling very protected right now.
295 N in Va is the route you take to get around Richmond. For miles it's smooth and fun to drive on. Then suddenly, it's like you drop of the face of the earth into the abyss. CiCiBlue held strong though I thought for sure the front axles broke away from the frame. It continued for a few miles, more than Lola and I could deal with. She became amazingly small and scooched down in front of me and I grabbed the rail beside me in a death grip. Why didn't we move to another part of the road? There was no other. The entire road was horrendous. And I complained about the Carolina roads. Dear Lord!
That's where we found ourselves going up the "no trucks" roadway into Bass Pro Shop. We made it thankfully into the parking lot and did find a way to turn us around and go back down to the road to the highway again. I thought I saw the sign for the campground just before the GPS sent us to the lovely neighborhood but we were on the wrong side of the street to turn so we had a head start this time around. Why do you get out of the RV and kiss the ground Sheila? Now you know.
Would I change anything? Well when I wake up in a panic at 3:00 A.M. and say this is crazy, probably. But when I wake up again in the morning and think this was our choice. Our adventure. If we stopped there would be a day I'd say.."if only...". We are still newbies, still getting accustomed to how CiCi Blue works. She is happy rolling along and on smooth rounds I can hear her purring in back. On rough roads it sounds like the tires are coming up through the floor. Maybe we will have the shocks looked at. (thinking mechanically again.) Roger just got my front window fan to work so tomorrows drive won't be so crazed, (even though there will be a 6% grade somewhere) See, I'm starting to worry way ahead of time. lol
Have a great day everyone and see you tomorrow if we have internet!