Today was a travel day: 382 miles from Charleston, SC through North Carolina (which has tons of wildflowers planted along its highways), and just over the border into southern Virginia. Lunch in Fayetteville, NC at a nice little place called the Blue Moon Cafe. Nothing much else to report, except that I find it much more tiring driving the RV for 7 to 9 hours in a day than I ever did driving that long in a car. My wrists and elbows start aching after about the fourth hour. Maybe because if it’s at all windy, it catches the side of the RV, and it simply takes more effort to hold it straight on the road. I would suck as a long-haul trucker.
Tomorrow we Revisit the civil war with stops at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
Good night from Jellystone RV Campground in Emporia, Virginia.
Total miles 382; total hours (including stops) 9 1/2