The plan was to be off this morning--no rush, not early, but on our way. Just before I was ready to leave, I decided I should update the GPS since we had had it for two years and updates were in order. Okay, I was having too much fun earlier in the week and forgot to do it. I figured it might take 15 or 20 minutes. lol. Never, ever do this until you have plenty of spare time. It took just over 3 hours to complete the update but since I was using "Hillary" to plot all my travel, it was probably a wise decision to wait it out. Anyway, we were on our way by 12:30 and had no specific stopping points in mind when we left.
We traveled over some of the same ground we covered when we went up to the AFLAC Iron Girl Thiathlon so it was familiar. The scenery was nice although we did hit rain and fog a couple of times in some of the higher elevations but lucked out when we stopped for a very late lunch. It rained hard while we were eating lunch in the RV but we didn't get wet coming or going to the truck.
Later in the early evening we began looking for an RV park but didn't see anything along the way. All of a sudden there was a Super Walmart sign off the road so we found the cut-off and headed in. I went in, picked up a few items for supper, and asked the manager if it was okay to spend the night. I was told "no problem, just make sure you are inside our parking lot and not out on the street or the local cops just might give you a ticket." We had a walk around the parking lot after a late dinner and by then it was late enough to head on to bed. It was a bit warm but not too bad with some windows open. A bit later on a number of other RVs pulled in and one parked a bit too close when they were using a generator; however, I found a pair of ear plugs and with the three vigilant guard dogs on duty, we all had a good night.