Before leaving this nice little camp ground we decided to take a hike up to the water falls they had mentioned in the brochure. It was still pretty misty and overcast, but the hike was enjoyable and the scenery was delightful.
|Our little home away from home tucked in amongst the trees|
|There was a small stream close by|
|Someone in the campground had gotten creative.|
|Of course we had to do the selfie. Hard to get it in focus when you can't see through the lens.|
We finished up our hike, returned back to the trailer and worked on getting ready to hit the road. Traveling with the trailer is a lot like the boat in the sense that there is a list of things that need to be done before getting under way. Things that if not done properly can be a bit detrimental.
By 11:30 we were on the road towards Greensboro, NC. We had about 3 hours of driving today and it all went pretty well. We were both so joyously overwhelmed by the scenery. The leaves in the mountains were just breathtaking. That really doesn't begin to describe the view. Even on an overcast day they still looked spectacular. Below are some photos of along the way. They really do not do them just since I took them out the truck window, but you can get an idea of the magnitude of the view.
|Our truck found it's name sake.|
We arrived safely at the Greensboro Campground and after settling in, we went in search of a grocery store to do some stocking up. Mike also contacted our friend Jeff Bacon to find out where he and Sandy where currently docked. After some "lively" conversation we decided we should be able to make it to their location by Tuesday afternoon. So looking forward to seeing these two and Hatch (their pup). I made burritos for dinner and treated ourselves with some cookies hot out of the oven while we settled in to watch Dancing with the Stars. Then off to bed (well at least for me). Tomorrow we are off to the coast of NC.