Monday, September 5, 2016

Clarksville, TN

After day two, we are motoring at or slightly above the speed limit. The left lane has even been occupied occasionally through Georgia and TN. We're making major progress with our comfort level driving the tiny house. The rolling hills out of Chattanooga gave us an extra level of proficiency.

A seasoned road trekker had some words of wisdom for newbies: enjoy the day and pull off the road at 3:00-3:30pm each day. We did just that at Clarksville RV and Campground just off the highway before the Kentucky border.

It was an uneventful but pleasant afternoon walking with Solo, exploring the surroundings and sharing dinner prep.

We'll be reaching one of our favorite places in the country later today: Chicago. The dilemma of how to vacation in the city of Chicago with an RV was resolved in route. Thanks to our friend, Irene, we learned that five Cook County Forest Preserves are now open for camping. Bill and I were reminiscing about growing up in Chicago. The news of another dead body found in the forest preserves was not that uncommon. Haha. Hope things have changed in 40 years.

1 comment:

  1. Kitchen looks great and made perfect with a little wine. Wow. Hope you have a Taser though for Urban Camping in ChITown