We talked about it and decided we might try to get to Red Bay today. We're both tired of traveling every day, so we figured we might as well finish it up today. That way we can settle in and sit still for awhile. Of course, we don't know how long we'll be in Red Bay, since we don't have an appointment and our repairs are not of an emergency nature. We just have to wait our turn.
As soon as it got light enough, which was about 7 a.m., we headed out. This is what the sun looked like as we headed south on I-65 towards Louisville.
Crossing the Ohio River into Kentucky:
Kentucky was beautiful, I definitely want to spend time there! Onward to Tennessee:
It was in Tennessee that we became acquainted with Fay. She couldn't slow us down, and didn't impress us as being much of a storm. We got enough rain to wash the bugs off the front of the Castle.
I missed getting a picture of the Alabama state welcome sign, the camera didn't want to cooperate.
But, here's the road to Red Bay:
We got into the Allegro Campground in Red Bay around 2 p.m. after an 8 hour drive. We filled out the first paperwork, got our site assignment and instructions. Nancy and Joe are campground hosts who help get people checked in. We drove to our site and got hooked up. We filled out the rest of our paperwork and took it back up to the office. Then we found a local restaurant that was recommended by several people and had a nice meal.
Down the row:
Up the row:
And our favorite Phaeton:
The Allegro Campground is filled with Phaetons, Allegro Bays, Allegro Buses and a few other motor homes. We will find out more about our schedule when we get a visit from Norris, the service guy, sometime tomorrow.
But for tonight, I bet I'll sleep great!