Kerr Scott Reservoir COE
As you may have guessed, I took a long break from blogging. I guess I’m falling into my rving routine. I’m not a writer who has to share my thoughts or entertain folks. I’m glad there are many bloggers out there who have that talent, but I’m retired and I don’t feel like working at a blog that much.
We’ve had a busy enough month though. We went to Camp Freightliner in Gaffney, SC with Nancy and Bill and learned that we have complicated machines. The four of us stayed at King’s Mountain State Park in SC for a week or so and enjoyed each others company. It was a very wooded cg and the sites were not that level. It’s not big rig friendly but we managed.
One of the things I liked there was the Living History Farm. We all walked the grounds one day. It is set up much the way it would have been in the 1800’s. Too much manual labor for me but it was a very peaceful setting. One of the days there, they had volunteers in period costume sharing information about how life was lived back then.
Also right beside the SC State Park is the King's Mountain National Military Park. We all went over there and enjoyed the very nice visitor center/museum. The Battle of King’s Mountain was fought in 1780 and was a pivotal point in the Revolutionary War. We walked the nicely paved path around and up the mountain. I can’t imagine a battle on the steep hillside of this hallowed ground.
After enjoying our time together, we went to NC while Nancy and Bill made their way to another SC Park. We have landed at Kerr Scott Reservoir near Wilkesboro. It’s a COE project and there are 3 cg’s around the lake. We stayed at Bandit’s Roost CG for a few days and we’re now at Warrior Creek CG which is a better fit for us.
Thanks for stopping by and enjoy each day of your life’s journey by finding beauty in the ordinary.