An uneventful travel day – that's just the way we like 'em. No drama, no sitting on the side of the road, waiting. Just driving down the road from point A to point B. Yeah.
We left Zanesville, OH about 8:10 this morning and continued our journey west on I-70. Stopped for fuel ($3.95/gallon for diesel) for the truck and then about a half hour later for fuel (Cracker Barrel) for us. :)
Then, we just cruised down the road, stopping just more time for a potty and stretch-the-legs break.
Crossing into Illinois, we also changed to the Central Time Zone. We love Central time!
About an hour later, we pulled into Camp Lakewood Campground around 3:30 or so. After registering, we were led to a very nice, level gravel pull-thru that was completely in the shade. Bad for satellite, great for cooling off. Even with the shade, our A/C is running virtually nonstop. It's hot out there, folks!
Camp Lakewood is another fine campground. We are so pleased with our last two stops. They have definitely gone on our list of places to stop on this route.
Tomorrow we'll be back on the road, heading to Carthage, MO and Big Red Barn RV Park. We'll be there for a few days. Forrest & Gail, our co-workampers in Bonifay, are working there this summer. It'll be great to spend some time with them.
Until the next time . . .