|After a breakfast of pancakes, we closed up camp and headed out at 10:53am. We stopped at Danville, about an hour away, to go to Walmart for some food and supplies. Then we went to Chi-fil-A for lunch. It was my first time at one. I had chicken strips and it was good. Back on the road for a long drive thru the mountains. We went on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia and stopped at Groundhog Hill, it was 3030 ft. high. We saw a bear crossing sign but didn't see any bears. It started to rain and storm. Grandpa turned on the weather radio and it said severe thunderstorm warnings but they were going east of us. We got off the parkway and back on the freeway. We went over the Appalachian mountains. It took a long time because we had to go slow going up the mountains. We are doing two things for entertainment (besides my activity bin): Grandma is reading us "Stormy, Misty's foal" and we are listening to an audio CD about "The Gingerbread cookie murders"--which has 3 stories on it. We are almost done with Stormy and haven't even finished the first gingerbread story. We also listened to an audio CD about American tales that told about Johnny Appleseed and Rip Van Winkle. I liked those. We stopped for the night at Milton, WV at a KOA. It was getting dark so we set up camp and made english muffin pizzas for dinner. We drove 360 miles and it took us about 8 hours because of the mountains. My favorite part of the day was getting to the campground!