It was cold, cold, cold last night. We ran our propane because we didn't think the heat pump would keep up. We were on a 30 amp circuit but, amazingly, we didn't trip it once. We are definitely wimps; our idea of roughing it is 50 amp, full hook-ups, and a strong satellite signal for internet and TV. I like to do laundry when I want and I usually can't remember that I shouldn't run the toaster AND the microwave when we're on a 30 amp circuit. Luckily, Joe is pretty patient when I overload things.
We pulled out early this morning; there was no traffic through Binghamton and a fog bank hung low over the river. We were in PA in no time and made a donation to Flying J in New Milford....$2.76 for diesel. Foxy got her morning walk there, although I hate to get her out at Flying J because it's always so dirty but this one was quite clean.
There was lots of road construction on I-81 but we trucked on through Scranton and Wilkes Barre with little or any slow down. We stopped for lunch at a nice rest area in the Nittany Mountains. The foliage is pretty far along in PA too and I-80 was quite scenic with lots of color.
We decided to call it a day in Woodland at what we believe is a former KOA. There was no one around when we checked in so we just took a spot where Joe figured we're get a satellite signal and I went to the office to pay later on in the afternoon. The poor guy was overwhelmed; apparently, his wife is out of town and he's manning the show alone. In addition to a line of check-ins, the dog had thrown up; this guy wasn't fazed in the least, he covered the mess with paper towels in the shape of an "X" (marks the spot) and I do believe it will be that way when his wife comes home tomorrow.
However, we have a lovely 50 amp site, with full hook-ups, and a strong satellite signal...so, we're happy campers. Joe washed the windshield and I did 2 loads of laundry. We did a little forward planning and we hope to make it to West Salem, OH tomorrow. That's a wrap for today.