Paul has pretty much crashed for the night. It was a long, and n-o-i-s-y day. Whistling Dixie is one thing, but by the time we got here..... let's just say my ears are still ringing.
We decided to go all 359 miles to the campground by our daughter's house. One less day to deal with that endless whistle.... Interesting though, if I held my head in some weird position, the whistle was actually blocked - either that, or I am now half deaf.
The campground "Wood Smoke" is not only close to our daughter's, it is actually much better than I remembered. Free Wi-Fi (with great speed), thus we can thumb our nose to Verizon, who insists that we have used 10g the last month; wooded, but still with access for DirecTV; laundry, fishing pond - alas, no hot tub, though. WalMart is a couple miles away, and there are large military bases close enough for commissary shopping, but too far for the campground for ease in visiting.
We had a delish dinner at Cracker Barrel (love those gift cards!) - and our daughter and the grandkids met us there, on their way home from a birthday party. We were able to squeeze in a couple hour's visit, before we headed back to the RV for the night. Tomorrow there are predicted heavy rains and storms, so not sure what the plan will be.
I understand the Pensacola, where we just left yesterday, is under tornado warning tonight. yikes! Talk about timing! I hope and pray our friends in that area are safe and sound......
The weather has been bizarre lately, so we hope everyone battens down the hatches, and stays safe. Thanks for stopping by, feel free to leave a comment. ~Marti