August 31 – Georgetown, Kentucky to Newport, Tennessee (233 miles)

Since we had a short travel day planned, Andy did not wake me up this morning. I think I slept until nine.  That is two long nights in a row.  I’ve not been sleeping well this past week. Little Cam had a green snotty upper lip so I’m guessing I got something from him along with those juicy kisses. Now I have a sinus headache, sneezes, coughs, sore throat, and that achy all over feeling.  It was worth it.

We pulled out of our site at 1058 and traveled on the interstates all day. Interstate 75 through Kentucky is through very rough country.  I think they are called the Cumberland Mountains, but they are hundreds (maybe thousands) of big hills. I want to explore it some more, off the interstate.

We got to Tana-See RV park in Newport, Tennessee at 5:13. We were shocked and shaken to discover that one of the yellow straps, that holds a car wheel onto the tow dolly, was off!  Andy was sure it was on the tire when we got fuel shortly before got here.

Our new neighbor, Lee, helped us move the dolly to the back of our site after we unloaded the car.  It was tough to move in the deep gravel.

I forgot to take any pictures of our new surroundings today.