Nancy here: Today is Friday, October 5th and we have been at Lazydays since Monday. The motorhome has made it into the work bays and is getting tender loving care. We are able to stay in the motorhome during the night, but must be out by 8am so work can continue. Until today, we kept busy doing change of address and residence things. Now, I hope to have time to catch up on the blog.
Back to our Family Time...
We continue our birthday celebration for mom by taking her to Pennsylvania to visit her best friend and see the rest of my family. I picked mom up early on the 17th and brought her back to Ocean Lakes. We added a booster seat to the Tahoe for her. I use that same seat in the Sea Eagle. It's in the genes;o))
We left Ocean Lakes about 9am and headed north on I95 to Roanoke Rapids, NC where we spent the night at Crossroads Campground. Just so happens, Gin and Syl were still there and we got the site right across the street:o))
We had a nice visit during the early evening.
Early Tuesday morning, Gin and Syl headed south and we headed north on I-95. We wanted to avoid the Washington DC area, so we took I-64 west to I-81. It is usually a beautiful drive, but heavy rains made it less than perfect.
Mom has not traveled much in the last 10 years, so we were careful to stop regularly and not travel too far each day. We were fortunate to get a few breaks in the rain.
We arrived at Endless Cavern Campground near New Market, Virginia early Tuesday afternoon. The entrance was lovely.
The campground was very hilly, but nicely laid out.
It would have felt crowded if it was full.
Since we had it to ourselves, it was really nice.
The campground is connected to Endless Caverns and if the weather had cooperated we would have taken the cavern tour. But it was the perfect afternoon to just chill and enjoy old John Wayne movies!!
Mom got a big kick out of watching
the wildlife around our site.
Wednesday morning we awoke to beautiful sunshine and continued our trip north on I-81. Today, we saw spectacular scenery!!
We arrived in Pennsylvania just before lunch time.
At Carlisle, we headed east on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Bill and I were staying in Bowmansville not far from Lancaster, PA.
We got Baby settled in at Sun Valley Campground.
It's a Passport America campground, but most of the sites have annual lease campers on them. However, we got a decent site near the entrance. Easy in...East Out!!
After a little lunch, we drove mom to Aunt Marge's house. Aunt Marge is not a 'blood' relative, but she is our AUNT, mom's best friend and a very special lady!!!
They were so glad to see each other:o)))
Mom will be here with Aunt Marge for a week.
We have some plans for later in the week with them and the rest of my family. But for now, Bill and I headed back to the campground and will spend the next few days exploring the Amish Country.