Halfway Home

Time to start on the road homeward.

Rather than doing the whole drive home in one day, we decided to chop it into two days to make it easy. Half-way would take us to about the middle of Pennsylvania. I located a state park that had an open campground, in spite of how early in the season it is: Hickory Run State Park. We found the campground to be nearly deserted, and definitely not built with today’s RV’s in mind. It was a little difficult to navigate the narrow “roads,” and many trees had low-hanging branches that wanted to cut our roof open. And we don’t have a particularly large RV. But we did find a suitable site, and we made ourselves at home around a warm campfire.


We arrived late in the afternoon. Since there was almost no one else here, there are no interesting stories or people to tell about. The final sunset of this particular trip was pretty nice, however:



Author: eduJamesE

Loves Jesus, but not religious. A bit of an outdoorsman. Academic. Loves learning; loves teaching. A writer and a reader. Guitarist and a beginning mandolinist.

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