Thursday, June 09, 2016

Stony Fork

We left Mayberry Campground around 11:00 and soon started up the steep and high mountain in Virginia. The sun disappeared and the fog started to settle in and it felt so much like morning again that we had a cup of coffee.
The truck traffic was heavy going up the mountain because they were slowed down to a crawl.
Once we were down the other side and in to the valley the sun was shinning again.
We did get a good site at the Stony Fork Campground where we received several local tv stations and a good satellite view of the open sky. This is often hard to do with all the trees in a National Forest Campground.  The only drawback was we didn't have a wifi signal with our Cricket Hotspot and only hit and miss phone signal.
We stayed three days and got caught up on our laundry at the Laundromat in Wytheville.
Yesterday was a traveling day heading north again and a stop in Princeton, West Virginia to see Nancy's sister Callie.
I parked I a Kroger parking lot to unhook the car to go to see Callie.
Callie had us a great late lunch or early supper that we enjoyed very much and a better time just catching up on things for 3 1/2 hours.
Getting back to the motorhome hooking everything back on we were soon on the road again.
In an hour we were in Oak Hill were we parked the motorhome next to the church connected to the electric power while we visit with our daughter Sherry and husband Mark who is the pastor of the church were we will be for around a week.
We awoke this morning to a temperature of 48* the inside of the motorhome was 68* without any heat being on was nice. 
The motorhome is insulated really good.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.  

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