As fulltimers, sometimes plans have to be altered, changed, or scrapped altogether. Such was the case a couple of weeks ago when we were notified that my father-in-law (who lives in Virginia) had suffered a heart attack. He and his doctor made plans for him to have quadruple bypass surgery tomorrow at a hospital in northern Virginia.
After hearing of this we made plans to begin heading east to be of assistance to both Karen's Dad after the surgery, and to her Mom.
Escapees park named Dream Catcher in Deming, NM. It was an easy stop off of the interstate and was not crowded at all. Certainly not my idea of a destination location, but good for a couple of nights.
Escapees Park called Tra-Park in Pecos, TX. This park, in contrast to the one in Deming, NM, was very crowded. It appeared that there were quite a few long-term residents here who worked in the oil fields of West Texas. The look and feel of this park did not appeal to us. Thank goodness it was just for one night.
Coffee Creek RV Campground. A fellow Tiffin owner and friend Bill and Kathy Blackman had given us the name of this campground.
Duck Dynasty. Enroute we noticed the landscape changing to green grass and increasing numbers of trees.
Pavillion RV Park. There's not a whole lot to say about this park, other than it was a Passport America Park, so the rate was "ok".
Both couples were staying over a second night before continuing on to Sevierville, TN, but we had to take off the next morning for our next stop in Wytheville, VA.
We are presently "camping" in a campground near Dumfries, VA. It rained (and snowed some today) throughout the entire weekend. Now I remember why we left this area again!
I know that this was a VERY LONG post, but I was trying to do a bit of catch up for all of the past few weeks when we had been on the move. Our current plans are "set in Jello", but we are hoping for the best with Karen's Dad's surgery tomorrow morning. Please keep him in your prayers.
Thank you for taking a look!