Today we drove to the Philadelphia area. It was a beautiful day and we made pretty good time. However, we had an "interesting" drive through Philadelphia. A construction barricade caused us to miss an exit. "Jill" (Barb's GPS) took us on what seemed like a wild goose chase but she got us back on track, though. We were very thankful for the help.
We arrived in mid-afternoon at the Timberland Campground in Clarksboro, New Jersey, where we plan to spend two nights. The park was full so we had to settle for overflow sites, which have only water and electrical hookups. Neither of us can get a WiFi signal from our campsites so we'll have to take our computers to the clubroom if we want to use the Internet. I bought propane before settling into my site. This RV park is the closest one to Philadelphia (15 miles).
We planned our trip into Philadelphia for tomorrow. We're going to drive because there seems to be plenty of parking space around the waterfront and historical park. This is where nearly everything we want to see is located.
Since my big printer/copier/scanner is on the fritz, I got my little Canon i80 printer out and hooked it up. It does a good job of printing; it just isn't designed to do anything else. When I get back to Austin, I'll have the big one repaired.