We arrived home safe and sound. The drive was uneventful with few people on the road which resulted in a nice relaxing drive. We stopped in Greensboro for lunch - which was delicious and the waitress was attentive. I unpacked the fridge/freezer and left it open to dry. I'll go back and wipe it down when the temp drops a bit outside. Sweetz brought in the rest of the things and we have returned them to their proper places. Most things stay in the camper so we don't have to load/unload many items which sure makes life easier on us when we want to take a trip. Of course, there is laundry to do, but we'll even put most of that back in the camper so we can roam again as soon as our schedule/weather permits.
As much fun as we had, my heart goes out to the people in the Midwest who have been pounded with recurring tornadoes with many people losing their homes, cars, family members, and personal belongings.
We walked on a trail this morning before we headed home. Sure was pretty.
We stopped at an herb farm and purchased some herbs while we were camping. I bought 2 basil, 1 tarragon, and 2 flat leafed parsley. They will provide some snippits for meals now and if they do as well as I expect, there will be plenty to preserve for meals all through the coming winter months. And they made it home and are waiting outside for a permanent spot in my herb garden.
The campground was decorated for Memorial Day as we pulled out.
It was a great trip and I can't wait to go again. Lots of memories and, of course, lots of pictures.