Monday, June 26, 2017

Cool in these hills.

Yesterday morning when we woke up the temperature was 54* and that is way too cool for us.
As a matter of fact in Florida that temperature is winter time.  No problem though I just got out our small electric heater and in a short time the motor home was comfortable.
Here is our narrow site, the only one that the motor home would fit in at the time.
Stony Fork Campground is at the foot of The Big Walker Mountain in the Jefferson National Forest and is ten miles from Wytheville, Virginia.
If you happen to come here when the berries are ripe you can do a little raspberry and blackberrypicking.

As far as wildlife we have seen deer, wild turkey's and different birds.  One time we were here and they had up signs of caution that there was black bear activity in the area but we did not see any bears.

It looks like we will need to go into Wytheville for a few things we need.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

1 comment:

Rick and Kathy Rousseau said...

The calm serene beauty of the mountains is always nice to enjoy.
Even though you don't see the bears doesn't mean they don't see you.
Be Safe.

It's about time.