September 1 – Still at the Anderson KOA Campground

We woke this morning to temperatures in the mid 50s, a full 20 degrees cooler than at any time over the past week.

Having made the decision to head home, we could have started today … but postponed our departure for another day to let the all of the rains and potentially heavy winds exit the Ohio-Pennsylvania corridor along which we’d be driving over the next few days.

The highlight of our day, if you can call it that, was a walk along the woodland hiking trail which borders the campground.  Off to our left was a river we didn’t know existed … and at one point we could cross.

There were some interesting wild flowers

and vegetation which had rooted itself in a decaying log.

Emerging from the woods we were able to look over the lake toward the area where we were parked.

All in all a quite and restful day.

 

 

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