Just a quick note to touch base with everyone. My plans changed and I stayed in the Georgia mountains a bit longer than I had planned. Today, I left Georgia and I am currently in Alabama. Tomorrow I’ll head out and I think I’m going to go to the Escapees park in Summerdale before heading to Livingston, Texas. Depending on the weather I might stay there a couple of days. It’s not far from the beach and while I wouldn’t go to the beach during the summer (too hot and too many people), since I’m going to be there I might take advantage of it.
Today, I’m staying in Montgomery, AL at The Woods RV park. At a quick glance, it’s not bad for an overnight stay. It’s your typical campground that is close to the expressway, but it does have wi-fi and good cable channels. The best thing is it’s on Passport America’s list (a discount camping club), so it only cost me $15.00. I’m trying to stay at cheaper places, so Passport America comes in handy.
I’m curious how other RV’ers handle bad weather. Yesterday in Dillard, we had a Thunder Storm warning, with possibly winds of 50 – 70 MPH. Well, I don’t want to be in my RV if a 70 MPH wind hits so I went to the Pavilion/restrooms. I seemed to be the only person who knew we were under a weather warning. It ended up not being too bad, but does make me think about bad weather.