Not being too eager to leave the Tin Cup, we moped around getting under way. Finally on the road by nine. The wind has stopped but the thunder storms drop excessive amounts of unwanted rain. It clears for a few minutes then another dumping occurs. Indiana crops are also threatened by too much rain. Much of the corn is yellow instead of green. It may recover if the rain stops ,but those fields under water ,I fear, are lost.
In Urbana we stopped at a Cracker Barrel restaurant for an old fashion breakfast.
Don't need lunch today
Arrived at Campsite around four. Hooked up the utilies. Ran for cover as another thunder storm (same old-same old)hit and made a mess of completing the set up. After an hour the sun came out and we went out to put down the landing jacks and unhook the truck.
Aroud six we went into town for dinner and groceries-- all accomplished without getting wet!!
It is now 11:30 AM . The sun is shinning-the birds are singing, but a thunder storm will dump within and hour. The sky is very black to the northwest.
Our restful stay at Wilmington is coming to a close. We went out to dine four times in the eleven days we were here. Ohio cooks up good fixins. Checked out some of the local stores and lawn sales, went to church and drove around the country side to enlighten our stay. Tomorrow it is off to Berlin Center for two nights.