Cross Country Adventures travel blog

This is our campsite today.

Yes, I do let him out sometimes!

David making sure everything is okay.


Yes, we are on the move again and will be in a different place every day for the next two weeks until we get to Arizona. We woke up to a balmy 19C (66.2F) this morning. After a week of daily highs of 10C (50F) in Ottawa, it seemed like summer was back. We arrived at the border crossing in Sarnia around 8:45 a.m. This is the Blue Water Bridge and it spans between Sarnia, Ontario and Port Huron, Michigan. I wish I had thought to take a picture. You get a really nice view of Lake Huron and the water was a beautiful green colour. After going through the toll gate, we crossed over the bridge but not that quickly. We were bumper to bumper and it took about 45 minutes to get to the custom officer. Answer a few questions, no pets, no alcohol or tobacco, no meat or fruit and we were on our way. We took the I-69 which first takes you west and then turns south at Lansing. Last night in Sarnia, the wind had been gusting pretty good and it stayed with us all day. That kind of wind makes driving a motor home quite a challenge. Let's just say that when we arrived at Happy Acres Campground in Angola, Indiana, we were quite happy to get off the road. We did get some rain too but no real downpour.

After setting up, we watched some TV before heading into town to have dinner out. We came back to the motor home to watch more TV while I did my blog. David will plan our destination for tomorrow and then we'll be off to bed. Tomorrow is another day.

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