Welcome to Michael and Dee who recently joined as followers. Glad to see you here and I will be stopping by your blog also.
We left NJ on Wednesday with the temperature reading 15. BRRR...
The most difficult part of leaving the northeast was knowing we would not see these beautiful granddaughters for the next several months. There were lots of tears on both sides.
Charlotte with a very sad face.
Abby, looking good after her haircut.
Before taking off, checking the tire pressure:
The trip took us two 8+ hour days of travel. It was uneventful except for:
This truck was escorted over the bridge between MD and Va as it carried explosives. Really, what help would the police officer in the car really be should there be an issue.
We got into a small traffic jam. We saw a small truck with the drive shaft on the ground. The resulting sparks must have caused this fire in the medium.
We spent Tuesday night warm and cozy in a rest area near Winston-Salem, NC. Gotta love a generator. Back on the road Thursday morning before 5:30.
In the mountains of North Carolina there were patches of snow:
and ice on the rocks:
We arrived at Cullman Campground around 1 (CST) yesterday. We partially got set up then went to the local Cracker Barrel for lunch. After lunch we finished setting up and drove to Len's sons home about 10 miles from the campground. Daughter in law, Tammy, made corn bread and chili with rice. How nice seeing granddaughter Maddie. Today we will return to finally meet our great-grandson Jordan, son of Morgan who is Tammy's daughter. Jordan was born in April.
We will just be staying in this area until Monday when we head to the Escapees Park in Summerdale, AL.
BTW, yesterday the temp got to 61 but we woke this morning to 27. Did we leave the cold behind???
Magnolia Springs State Park
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