Saturday, June 20, 2015

Route 66

Our time was up for Panther Creek Park and time to move on again.
We were soon on route 66. No not the famous route 66 but on a state route 66 in Tennessee.
Then it was soon on I-81 heading north east and being pasted up by a military convoy. It was probably a national guard unit heading out for a place in need.
After an hour or so we crossed into Virginia.
We saw some beautiful valleys as we neared Wythville. Also some farm land.
After a short stop at the Walmart it was north on route 52 for seven miles and then a short distance to the Stony Fork Campground which is in the Jefferson National Forest. We got the site with electric that always seems to be open and waiting for us. The campground has more people than usual, it looks as though more and more are camping this year.
Another good day of traveling.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

1 comment:

Rick and Kathy Rousseau said...

More people have recovered from the economic downturn and the price of fuel has also dropped making travel less expensive. You also have the kids out for summer vacation at this time of year.
Loved the pictures of the scenery.
Be Safe and Enjoy!

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