Following Hurricane Matthew - Winter 2017 travel blog

We were on the road at 8:30am and didn't stop until 5:30pm. A long, long day for our driver punctuated by a fifteen minute gourmet lunch (sandwiches made by the navigator) and a lengthy delay fueling at a truck stop. After the long haul truck drivers gassed up, they went inside to get something to eat. We sat and sat and sat, penned in by their huge rigs. Grrr... Campgrounds near the expressway in Kentucky are few and far between. Many of the state parks and COE campgrounds aren't open yet, and not the easy on and off we look for on long driving days. Although the leaves are not out on the trees, the trees are thick enough in tonight's campground that the satellite dish could not connect. This is the first time we have had this problem since we left home in October. But the campground wi fi is pretty good and Ken logged on to our computer at home and is streaming the news from Chicago. Watching TV is about all we feel up to doing and it makes us feel like we are almost home.

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