while still at the COE in
we woke up to a beautiful sunrise..
Unfortunately, the rest of the day
wasn't so beautiful!
It was very windy, and then
the clouds rolled in.
We were pretty much RV-bound
all day, as the rain started,
and the winds kept up.
It was a nice lazy day :-)
Today we packed up,
and got on our way
to our next stop.
We got on our way by 10 am,
and rolled through southern Illinois,
into a little bit of Kentucky,
and finally into..
Of course we stopped at
our favorite watering hole..
Now we are settled in for a week
at a little campground
in Granville, TN,
We are anxious to explore the small
town of Granville.
It is right on the Cumberland river,
in north central Tennessee.
Lots of Civil War history here too!
Be careful at those Civil War sites, they aren't to fond of us D*** Yankees...ReplyDelete
Laurie and George...I am about 15 miles from you!!! My number is 615-418-5229. Would love to meet you...give me a call or an email...firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com...ReplyDelete
And you really should stay at Defeated Creek COE!!!ReplyDelete
Ha! I see Lisa has found you :) I AM going to stay at Defeated Creek one of these days. It appears to be an awesome COE!ReplyDelete
Looks like you're doing just fine though. Have fun!
That's a cute name for an RV park!ReplyDelete
That has always my goal in life, to have it "Made in the Shade". Seems like we have.ReplyDelete
What a nice campground. Stay Warm :)ReplyDelete
Have a great time exploring. I keep telling Ray to pinch me. Can't believe we're fulltiming.ReplyDelete
Bye to IL...lv TN! Happy travels...ReplyDelete
Nice sunrise pics. What yall doin gettin up that early?ReplyDelete
Gorgeous sunrise. And isn't it great to enjoy a cozy rainy day without worrying that you aren't "getting anything "done"! :-))ReplyDelete
We are on our way home, but had to stop in Tennessee and see the Great Smoky Mountain NP. The colors are gorgeous; hope they are as beautiful where you are. I am enjoying reading about your travels!ReplyDelete