While it was nice & warm (still in the 70's) at 10:30PM, by morning it was down to 47°F. I wasn't in a hurry to get out of Washington since the morning traffic is worst than the rest of the day (at least until the commute home) and the non commuting traffic is still nasty. I left the campground around 10:30, and for the most part, good driving. I arrived at the Jonestown KOA around 2:00. This is my usual stop on the way home. About half way between Greenbelt National Park & Anne & Don's, easy on & off the interstate, and full hookups so I can empty my tanks before getting home. The bad part - expensive. Even with the KOA discount, it was $49.50 for a full hookup site (including cable, which I don't need.) I'm in site 67, at the far end of the campground. Glad I don't need the showers; quite a hike away, at least in shower shoes.
The day is still cool, hitting a high of 51°F. So far, no rain. I did some reading, then made a blueberry pie. Anne likes my blueberry pies, so I thought I'd use the leftovers from the last rally to make one last pie. Other than that, I didn't do anything constructive for the day.
Since the oven was already hot, dinner was a chicken pot pie.
Until Tomorrow -