We got up later than usual and prepared the coach, which included a plan to get out of a really tight campsite. After careful guiding by Jeanne, the coach was free and we immediately headed to a local fuel depot. It was a good thing; the drive was longer than expected.
The trip took us through some beautiful country that was fought over during the Revolutionary and Civil Wars; many of the town names were familiar. Our destination was a campground outside of Haymarket, Virginia, a small town along I-66 not far from Washington, DC.
The Haymarket campground is part of a working farm on rolling hills. The campsite is surrounded by alfalfa, corn and woods. The farm has four ponds for fishing that I’ll try later in the week. This is a cool place and I’m sure we’ll enjoy staying here.