It is an Interstate day. We have to cross the Appalachian Mountains.
The RV is running great! We seem to be climbing well. We watch our speed on the downside! The radar traps are in use.
We cross the eastern Continental Divide. It is all downhill now!
We stop for lunch. We check our brakes and they are all as cool as can be. Hurray!
It is now okay to leave the interstate. The interstate was as good as the interstate gets but the country roads are so much better.
I have to study the map to see what way the GPS is taking us. The GPS must know we need a change.
One of our last turns is a shortcut over Jack’s Mountain Road. We briefly debate whether we should turn. “Go for it!” It ends at a one lane bridge. We would have missed this if we had gone the other way!
We check into a Gettysburg Campground that we have stayed at before. It is usually empty when we are here. Tonight, from 6 until 9 there is a Living History Encampment with muskets and mortar. “Please be prepared” I guess I will be staying up a little later than usual!