A good driving day is a day where nothing happens except what you had planned. Today was a good driving day. That nasty four letter word that begins with "s" was in the weather forecast and made it clear it was time to hit the road. The shortest route home is on 1-90 and borders the Great Lakes, but running into lake effect snow in Buffalo is not our idea of a good time, so we chose the southern route. We coasted down the mountain in Vermont for the last time, made our way west to the expressway in New York, and are spending the night in an Army Corps of Engineers campground just over the border in Pennsylvania. The fall color season is near the end in this area as well as in New England. At the beginning of this trip Ken purchased his Golden Age passport which means we can camp here for only $13 since this is a federal facility. The site is spacious and has all the utilities we require and a fire ring. Although it was warm and sunny when we got here that "s" word is in the forecast here tomorrow so we had what will probably be the final camp fire of the trip. And of course no campfire is complete without s'mores. A great way to end the day.