We spent last night at the Washington, PA KOA campground for the night. This place was definitely not up to KOA standards. The campground road to the campsites was uphill, rutted and potholed, I felt like I was off-roading getting to our campsite with the fifth wheel.
This was the good section of road to our campsite.
We departed this morning just before 8:00 AM for the 250 mile drive to Cherry Hill RV Park in College Park, MD. It was a short drive but with the all day rain and the steep grades we encountered it was a bit stressful for me. As we drove through the mountains of WV, we were surprised at the amount of snow still on the ground.
REST STOP IN WV.
It didnít make the drive any less stressful when we hit very heavy traffic 25 miles from our destination. It really didnít help my stress level when I missed a turn for I-495 north and headed south into Virginia. Two toll booths later and my wallet a bit lighter we were headed back in the right direction. Four miles before the Interstate exit for the campground, traffic was at a crawl due to an earlier accident. It took 30 minutes to go those four miles.
We finally arrived safe and sound at Cherry Hill RV Park around 2:00 PM. Weíre here two days early for the FROG rally.
At 6:00 PM we had a pot luck dinner at the campground conference room with some of the other early arrivals for the rally. There was a lot of good food and a chance to match up faces to FRF screen names. It was a good end to a long day.
FROGs at the Pot Luck dinner.