Williamsburg, VAThis is probably the last post I will be writing from this address. Mitch got a call this morning and was told he needs to be at his next assignment - in Augusta, GA - on Monday. Gotta love how they don't give much notice! He's off work tomorrow and will get as much accomplished then. Augusta is on the eastern side of the state, literally over the border of South Carolina. From here, it is about 475 miles.
The hope is to finish up packing on Sunday, leave in the morning, travel about halfway. We have a friend who lives near that halfway point (St. Pauls, NC) who has a large property where we're invited to "moochdock" (or there's a Walmart up the road where we can park overnight as well). We'll travel the rest of the way on Monday morning. Not looking forward to that, as the weather forecast is for rain and thunderstorms in the area. Not fun towing, let alone setting up in the pouring rain. But no other options with the timing unless we push ourselves all the way on Sunday and arrive after hours (it's about another 3 1/2 hrs). We'll PIBE (play it by ear).
What's really sad is that a couple just moved in next to us yesterday (they are "workampers"). They not only seem like a real fun couple to hang around with, but are also Jewish, which is a rare thing to find when camping. I do wish we had more time to spend with them. Sigh.
See you on the other side!