Just before breaking camp and leaving Maryland this morning I met some Sisters on the fly while chasing Charlie who did an escape act minutes before our departure. Throughout our stay here I have been admiring four vintage travel trailers that were beautifully hand painted and accessorized with a wonderful collection of retro accouterments straight out of your grandma's attic. It turns out these hardy gals are members of a nationwide club which you can read about here Link. I hope we cross paths with some of these club members again.
Look how tiny these travel trailers are. They don't make 'em like this any more!
We had a nice four days with son Ryan, and look forward to the next time we can get together. We are proud of him for pursuing his new career and creating a whole new life for himself here in Maryland.
Despite the marginal reviews we made camp at The North Fork Resort in Front Royal, Virginia which we are happy with so far. While many of the complaints are probably valid during peak season everything is fine here for our needs during the off season. The proximity to the Shenandoah region is so perfect that if all works out we might stay here for as long as a week.
When we first got here the Verizon air card signal was zero bars. This blog is being published thanks to a Wilson truckers' cell antenna I put on the roof shortly after we arrived.