DAVE & REBECCA'S BIG ADVENTURE travel blog

With entrance signs like these the park is easy to find!

Stop and go into the office for registering, theres a nice store...

The friendly, knowledgeable staff greet you and answer all your questions about...

For those who don't have an RV, cabins are available. They're cozy,...

The pool is very clean and inviting on these 100 degree days

Pets must be leached when your walking in RV parks, many have...

The childs play area here is large and well maintained.

Our setup, extra long space with a big shade tree

I don't always give a view of this side of the coach,...

From a distance you can see the parks not full so theres...


It's time to move on, again. With Rebecca gone out West, Dave has had to learn how to secure all things inside before doing his usual routine outside. Eachtime he has done this he hopes that he didn't forget anything when he puts the truck into gear for the departure. So far, he's done pretty good, yesterday when he got to this location and opened up the coach, he did notice that the pot of coffee from the morning was not empty, sure glad that didn't move off the counter and spill. It would have been a big mess to clean up.

This park is nice, it's the first time we've stayed at a KOA (Kampgrounds Of America), see at www.koa.com . All are instantly recognizable by the big yellow and black "teepee" logo signs. This one in particular is about 1/2 mile off the freeway and quiet. It has wide open spaces with plenty of tall pine trees for shade and numerous wild birds sing their songs to relax you. We need the shade as we found out for the next several days it gonna be hot, hot, hot. As Dave writes this entry he has found out the forecast temp for this day is 101 with a heat index of 110 ! Dave and the kids (dogs) are scheduled to be here only for three days before continuing upto Williamsburg, Va.

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