A Slow Post Travel Day

Friday July 23rd 2021

Today was a lazy restful day. Yesterday’s move was a very tiring event. I went to bed early last night and slept through the night even with the AC cycling on the roof above my bed. Today’s temperature was in the low nineties with average humidity for the region. Unlike most of the cloudy, might rain any minute, days in Louisiana I needed to keep the AC on all day. While that keeps it comfortable inside, as soon as you step outside the heat really slaps you in the face.

Looking up the hill toward my RV home at the Rivertown Rose Campground.

Since I’ll be here for another four full days it wasn’t necessary that I start my touring today. The surprise of the head and my overall lack of energy kept me at home today. I finished the setup tasks and walked around the RV park. While it isn’t very photogenic, this is a nice campground. There are a little over one hundred sites in an open area on the west side of a gentle hill. The sites around the outside are back-ins occupied by long term residents. The sites along parallel cross roads are all pull through and are mostly for more transient visitors. All of the sites seem to have some slope, but not enough to prevent leveling your RV. My front wheels are off the ground an inch or two, but that isn’t unusual.

Looking west toward the road.

Yesterday the campground was pretty full when I arrived. Not to many RVs arrived later in the day. This morning many RVs departed and the park didn’t start to fill up until much later in the day. Judging by the license plates, most of the new arrivals are travelers. I’m not sure if they are here to visit the Vicksburg battlefield or are just passing through the area on Interstate 20.

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