We were in a beautiful little campground last night in Quechee, Vermont. It’s on the outskirts of Woodstock, Vermont. The campground was so well done, and it was in a forest. Everywhere you looked were wild ferns.
Rain kept us from taking any decent photos, but the rain lulled us off to sleep and it continued all night. Just a slow, quiet rain. There was another View parked a couple of lots down from us, but we never saw a single person due to the weather. Ok, enough of that.
Woodstock is such a pretty little town. Lots of B&Bs and quaint little upscale shops for tourists. We saw a sign for the Suicide Six Ski area.
We stopped for lunch at Panera’s near Albany, NY. The soup was a nice change from our usual sandwich.
We’ve hit 5,000 miles around Scranton, PA and tonight we are in Pine Cove, PA, at a nice RV park. It’s really set up for families with children, as there are lots of activities.
Tomorrow we should spend the night in Wytheville, Virginia. We’ve stayed in the same park a couple of times coming through the area, and we like it. If we make it to Wytheville tomorrow, we should be home by Thursday evening.
No photos today and you know why………