We got up when we heard Matt start his truck at 6:30 Monday morning. It seemed to take way too long to get the car hooked up to the MH and to get our new Even Brake set as well, but it was only the second time we have hooked up the car to the MH and the first we have used the Even Brake. Finally, a little past 8:30, we were ready to pull out of the driveway. We couldn't help but think about Lucy as we pulled away from the house, but we were thankful she wouldn't have to endure the heat because it was already hot and humid at 8:30 in the morning.
Mayberry Campground is located a short distance west of Mt Airy near I74 and Highway 601. It has 95 RV sites and each site has 50/30 amp electrical service, full hookups, including cable and WiFi. We were escorted to site 7. All the pads are gravel with grass in-between. However, there are absolutely no amenities at the campground, so you need to make sure you have everything you need before you get there. Of course, Wal-Mart is not that far away:) We do not require many amenities and being it is a Passport America park, and we only paid $31.80 for two nights, we were happy. The following pic is looking down the road from the back of our Motorhome.
There were several tent sites and were the only ones that had picnic tables.
Our trip to Mt Airy was a great way to start our full-timing adventure. I am finding it somewhat difficult to keep up with my posts, but don't worry, I'm not giving up...I will eventually get there. In the meantime, stay tuned to see what we saw and did in the town of Mt Airy.
As always, we pray God will continue to bless our voyage, as well as our family and friends and keep them safe until we see them again "down the road."