"Let's see, when I hook up the car, I need three cables or is it four?"
After we got rolling, it all came back to me and I felt pretty comfortable in about 15 minutes. Once we got onto I-264, it was like old times. Man, I love driving this thing! Such a smooth ride, big front window, etc etc.
About 90 minutes into our trip, we got a text from longtime friends Winnie and Bub who now live in the Raleigh area. They asked if we could meet them somewhere along I-85. We estimated we'd be at Exit 150 about 1:00 PM.
Pam found a Flying J using our copy of the EXIT book
I served up a snack which was cheese and Ritz crackers. About noon, we rolled into a Rest Stop and I took over again. We contacted our friends and pulled into the Travel J about 1:05 PM.
They made about a 45 minute drive over to see us for a few minutes which was very nice of them.
We got a bite to eat and I got to use my new selfie stick which was fun..
Then it was back on the road to a commercial campground about 8 miles off the Interstate. High Rock Marina and Campground.
After we got our site and set up, we hooked up the cable and it took a while to change things to get the cable TV. The owners manual was helpful. It was not intuitive as we thought it should be. After that I got some firewood and got that going while Pam watched a little MLB.
Pam fixed dinner and we ate outside near the campfire. Later we waited for the NCAA Championship Tournament Finals to come on. Pam lasted until halftime and I stayed up to watch the whole thing. Excited game and I wish both could have won.
That was our day back on the road. Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!