We are back on the road again - this time for a summer trip. We love avoiding the cold winter weather by our Wintertime travels to the south.
The next day we had our own "fun" while trying to break camp. We avoided the rain and packed away chairs and satellite antenna; and unhooked water, and electric. However, the rain began again in earnest while visiting the dump station. I was soaked after completing dumping the tanks and hitching up the car. With a change to dry clothes we were on our way. Of course the rain stopped as soon as we got on the road. I wondered why I didn't wait for the rain to ease-up.
The traffic was light and the road was smooth. About four hours later we checked in to the Raccoon Valley Escapees RV park near Knoxville, TN. Raccoon Valley is a nice park with gravel full hook-up sites. Although the sites are closely spaced, the park is neatly maintained and quiet.
We had no plans to visit any particular tourist destinations in the Knoxville area. At the suggestion of one of the camp hosts we paid a visit to the Museum of the Appalachia.
|A man lived in this tiny house for over 20 years.|
|Peacocks and other livestock roamed the premises.|
Our five day stay at Raccoon Valley ended on June 28th.