Arrived at Elizabethtown Camping Center around 3p ET. Park was OK, town attached to it was pretty neat. Lots of shopping choices, restaurants, etc. Even though it was an overnight stop, we'd come back here to do a little exploring.
Friday morning we left for one of a few familiar stops on this trip -- Two Rivers Campground in Nashville. Started a theme question of "how many times have we been here?" I'll get to that in a bit.
Took the girls out to a great dog park in Nashville, Two Rivers Dog Park. It's huge, and a great place to exercise not only your dogs, but yourself.
Saturday evening, we went to the Embassy Suites in Cool Springs to watch the Buckeyes play Nebraska in the company of the Middle Tennessee Ohio State Alumni Club. Great group of folks, food was good, outcome of the game solid.
Sunday we left for another of our favorite spots: Tom Sawyer's Mississippi River RV Park, in West Memphis, Arkansas. This stop was designed for a relaxing time, and it was just that. Did our laundry, some grocery shopping, caught up on work and watched many, many barges work the river.
Stayed 3 nights here and just relaxed.
Wednesday we were off to Vicksburg, MS and another familiar park, Ameristar Casino RV Park the first of two straight Casino Camping experiences.
We started chatting about being to this park before, and indeed upon some research, this was our third time. Got us to digging so that we could figure how many nights we've stayed where. Started doing the legwork on that, and we're good back to 2013. Going to work on 2011 and 2012 when I get the chance and publish it.
Looked for restaurants to go to as neither of us felt like cooking. Ended up going to the 10 South Rooftop Bar and Grill, located on top of a bank building 10 stories above the Yazoo River. What a view!
Final stop on this leg was in Bossier City, LA. Previously we stayed at the KOA, but this time we decided to try Diamond Jack's RV Park.
Had a little drama getting here. Missed the turn and tried to get turned around in a neighborhood. Bad idea. Streets were tight, and fell off into ditches. Balked at each of the corners until I got to the end of the street and had no choice. Tried turning left, didn't like it. Some of the neighbors came out to help guide me. Tried turning right, and while I was keeping the truck out of the ditch, the rig started down -- like the jack touched the road. Not good at all. Got it backed up, straightened up and tried turning left again and this time we got it done. Shook some things up in the rig, some of the cowling at the hitch that were broken from our very first unhitching broke, but otherwise, we could have been a lot worse off.
Decided to splurge and do the Casino's Seafood Buffet featuring Crab Legs. I'll leave you with that.