The good and the bad. It’s a KOA that means trees and dirt roads in the campground that are up and down hill. The people next to us were led to their site and hit a tree, knocked the awning topper to the side and the staff had to come out to fix it. This place is not meant for a big rig to drive through it. But the good is we have a back in (would have preferred a pull thru) that is large enough and open to the sky to get 2 of the satellites. Also the WIFI is strong as it’s a week day. People next to us live in Wisconsin and Florida (Cape Coral). Not so sure how birds will be but there are trees so hopefully some entertainment for Birti and Manny. We are really out in the boondocks too - like most KOA’s - so the Hammonds Plains would have been a better choice as far as location too. But their satellite site was so iffy I didn’t want to try it.
The wind had died down some when we left Arm of Gold and it was not a problem, had a good drive, now it’s back to shorts for sure.