We have been enjoying some quiet and peaceful times here in Hoover over the last couple of weeks. We watched people come and go over the holiday weekend, which was also the opening weekend for college football and the “last hurrah” for the Birmingham Barons baseball team playing at Regions Park in Hoover, Alabama.
All that meant for us was a little more activity going on in the RV Park, which is adjacent to the baseball field. The baseball stadium was busy with the last few games to be played at this field before the team moves to a different location next year.
Several couples brought their RV's in for the weekend to party and watch Alabama crush Michigan in the college football season opener. Since it was an away game, they all set up their outside TV’s and had their own version of tailgate parties. Other than those folks, there were a few families who came camping with their kids, so we had the bike munchkins riding around.
With the “ghost” of Hurricane Isaac still hovering in the area, the weather has been mostly gloomy and muggy. We never did get much wind or rain, just lots of humidity and heat. The weather folks are saying we will be getting a cold front though, supposed to be bringing cooler, drier air.
Our friends Carol and Steve were out of town over the Labor Day weekend, but since they’ve been back we’ve had a chance to go out to dinner a couple of times. On Wednesday, Carol picked us up in the morning and we went to a local outlet mall to find some shopping bargains. We’ll get together with them a little more before we take off for Summerdale and The Rainbow Plantation on Monday.
This is our current "home" - until Monday:
An overview of the RV park: