We had a good, quiet night's sleep. Our electric heater and fireplace kept us toasty overnight, and we waited for it to warm up a bit before getting outside this morning.
When I checked tire pressures, I had a truck tire that was about 10 psi low, so I got out the compressor and got it back to where it should be. We're about due for a new set of PressurePro sensors, and it's probably time to upgrade our monitor to the PressurePro PULSE as well. I hear new sensors are coming out in about a month and they only work with the PULSE monitor, so we're looking forward to getting a whole new system.
Today's drive would be about 235 miles to a little RV campground we found this past Spring. We pulled out at our usual time around 11:00 a.m.
We drove on Hwy 123 back to U.S. 441 south and took that all the way south to Dublin, GA where we picked up I-16 east for a few miles and then exited to take GA Hwy 199 southeast over to U.S. 221. Just south of the Altamaha River bridge is the left turn into Towns Bluff Park & Heritage Center.
It has a great little campground with large, well-spaced sites with 50-amp electric and water hook-ups for $25 per night. AND they accept Passport America Sunday - Wednesday, so the P.A. rate is $12.50 per night. Hard to beat.
By the way, the current Passport America Refer-A-Buddy promotion ends November 30. You can either click on that link for more details, or sign up at Passport America and use our Membership #342286 to get three months free.
The office at Towns Bluff is closed on Sunday, but I found the number for the camphost and talked to him this morning. I remembered from our last stay that there is gate requiring a code, and I wanted to make sure we could get in. He said to just give him a call when we arrived, and his number is on a sign at the gate.
He saw us pull in and drove over to the gate to check us in and give us the code. Nice guy. We took the same huge pull-through site we had last time - Site 2.
We knew from our last stay that there was just enough clearance over the trees to our south for the rooftop satellite to work.
During our march to Jacksonville, we haven't been hooking up to water because we weren't using much and had enough in our tank and because of the freezing temperatures overnight. But tonight's temps weren't expected to be quite so low, and we wanted to use more water in our wastewater tanks to give them a good flush at the dump station in the morning.
And that was about it for the day. We had a lazy afternoon, and got a great night's sleep in this wonderful little campground in south central Georgia that is between I-75 and I-95 and about equidistant from them both.
Tomorrow, we'll finish up our drive to Linda's sister's place where we'll be parked the next four months. See you from there. :)