Catching up with our travels since March 26.
We left the beach and headed for Raleigh, NC. Larry met a new relative, found through his genealogy research. We had a nice dinner with Alfonso Mooney and his wife. Two nights were spent at the fairgrounds in Raleigh. Great spot! Everything for the trailer–sewer, water and electricity, and Internet was available near the office. While in Raleigh, we visited the North Carolina Art Museum www.ncartmuseum.org/ with a marvelous collection of Rodin sculptures! The museum is housed in two buildings with everything from ancient Mesopotamia to contemporary modern art.
We also went to the old State Capital Museum and the Museum of History http://ncmuseumofhistory.org/
3-29 Tonight was spent in a beautiful spot–Camp Creek State Park, West Virginia. The campground is small–only 20 spots. We did have full hook-ups, but because the campground was nestled between two tall hills, no cell phone was available. Larry had dinner with another relative.
We took a chance and arrived in Lynnville, Indiana about sunset and looked for the campground outside of town. There was one site left with full hookups.