Almost the Whole Pacific Coast - Winter/Spring 2016 travel blog

In another two hours we could be at home. But we have stopped at one of our favorite campgrounds for the final approach from the west. It is on the Mississippi and was built by the Army Corps of Engineers. With our Federal Senior Pass, this spot is half price. Another $10 night. What a bargain. Most folks come here to fish. We like to sit on the river bank and watch the huge barges go by, shoved along by little tugboats. We will use this stop to clean up a bit and empty the holding tanks - a necessary task that's impossible to do near home. We have a fire ring, which guarantees a final round of s'mores to celebrate another great trip, totaling 8,000 miles of travel over almost six months..

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