This is the travels of Joe and Nancy. Nancy is part Cherokee and I'm Hungarian,thus the name of our blog.
We started full timing May,1,2000.
Come be with us as we travel and see this great country of ours. We travel in our motorhome visiting beaches,state parks,national parks,corp of engineer parks. We have overnighted in Walmarts,24 hour grocery store,boat ramps, FlyingJ. We travel on the east coast on the back roads. Come along with us and enjoy the ride.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Around the park
Yesterday was a day in the park getting things ready for the trip to Pigeon Forge tomorrow.
I thought I would show you a little of what the Cumberland Gap campground looks like. This is row E.
The E row is more suited for tents or small pop-up trailers as this site.
This site you may be able to get a small class c motorhome in. There are no electric sites on row E.
As you can see this is the start of row F.
The sites on row F are not as good as the other rows.
Not as good unless you have a group that wants to pitch a tent in this large field. There are eight tents in this group at this time. This is a group of young men that are doing some work through out the Cumberland National Park.
Here is a pile of firewood waiting to be split. I didn't see a log splitter so I guess after a hard days work they will split the wood the old fashioned way with an axe.
Well I ended my day grilling a nice 3/4" ribeye steak. Nancy had a baked potato and cooked cabbage to go with the grilled steak.
Thanks for stopping by and I wish you a great day.