We are on our second and last full rest day here at The Barnyard RV Park in Lexington, SC
Yesterday was nothing really to write home about or to blog about. We ended up at a Walmart for a few provisions in the morning. “Ended up” means we were originally headed for a grocery store I couldn’t find; that doesn’t happen very often. We were about to say “screw it,” and go home, but did get to a Walmart. Whoopee.
Seems like we were both kinda
tired wiped out yesterday, so we didn’t do much but imitate slugs and two-toed sloths here in the rig. Pretty darn warm out, so we hibernated. Too, there aren’t folks around to visit with, so there was no hangin’ outside for long. Even hit the sheets sort of early for us.
This morning I got a load of laundry going to catch us up before arriving at our work site tomorrow. Dave did manage to plot out a route for the bike and got 25 miles in, although he really didn’t enjoy it all that much. The area is just too congested and there’s no ready access to quieter country-type roads.
I whipped up one of our fave dishes today, a chicken noodle casserole. We had some for today’s main meal and we have leftovers for dinner tomorrow. Sweet. Not long after that, we were under a severe thunderstorm warning and . . . wow. It did storm!
Folks next door have their awning out and anchored and left it that way, although many of us stowed chairs and brought in awnings. The gentleman next door came out during the storm and looked around and up at his awning, in what appeared to be contemplation of, “Do I take it in or leave it out?” He did this a couple of times. At that point, it was too late to bring it in, as it was blowin’ and stormin’ like crazy. They were lucky in that their awning looks intact, although one of their chocks went floating a bit away from their rig tires . . .
The storm passed and we went for a stroll around the park just a bit ago.
Have I mentioned that they really need to trim trees here?
Not our rig. In the back section of the park. The tree (on the left) split and part came down. They were fortunate in that it did not hit their rig.
Again, not our rig. This was just about directly across from the top photo a couple of rows over. You can see where the tree on the right split. Again, looks like no direct impact on the rig.
Flagpole at the front (we’re closer to the front) was also a casualty. It’s not a very thick pole; however, it really was windy for a while.
You can see in the photo at the top of this post that there are a couple of big trees right next to us; in fact, one of them is one of the tallest in the park. We were very fortunate not to have anything come down on our home.
Now we’re just hanging out and enjoying our last night of cable TV for a while. I’d love to see “The Philadelphia Story” with Katherine Hepburn, Jimmy Stewart and Cary Grant, but the air time of 1 AM is just past my bedtime. Sure wish that was on now . . .
So we’re away in the morning for a short run of about 90 miles into Darlington, SC tomorrow to our duty station. We’ll be on night shift starting tomorrow.
I’m so looking forward to being settled for a few months!
Thanks for stopping by!