We had a nice relaxed morning before hitting the road about 11:00 am. We had a nice short trip of 190 miles today. I believe we were the only overnight guest at Montgomery South RV Park as most of the other trailers looked as though they were there permanently. The park was quiet other than the trains that went by about 3 times while we were there…but it was nothing that disturbed us. We’d definitely stay here again for a night or two. (Jim B if you’re reading this – it might be worth a look-see the next time you’re traveling down I65 rather than having to go out of the way to Capitol City RV Park.)
We stopped for lunch about 12:15 at our favorite lunch place, Kelly’s Kitchen! We enjoyed tasty BLT wraps again. I read my Kindle for a bit while Michael looked through a magazine. Temperature was about 90 but the humidity made it much worse. We sure didn’t miss the Alabama humidity while we were in South Carolina and I’m hoping and praying that San Antonio doesn’t have the humidity that we had in Alabama! We were back on the road about an hour later.
Michael quickly installed the repeater that we ordered for our TPMS while we were at the rest area today. He’ll need to find a better way to mount it but he wanted to see if it would do the trick…and it did! The TPMS now reads all 12 tires (including spares)!! Woohoo!!
We arrived at Steve & Nonna’s RV Park just after 3:30 pm and got nestled into our site, right next to a gorgeous Mobile Suites coach! After getting set up quickly we had a nice chat with Steve and then Nonna joined us when she got home from work.
Steve & Nonna took us to Catfish Point for dinner. Talk about some goooood food! I had a smoked cornish hen and it was awesome. We had a bloomin’ onion and deep-fried dill pickles for an appetizer on top of the home-made hushpuppies & coleslaw that we just as yummy!
We ended the evening visiting in Steve & Nonna’s living room. Steve and his dad built the house and Steve has remodeled it since he and Nonna bought it in 1997. From the outside it appears to be a tiny bungalow but the way Steve has remodeled it makes it so open and airy on the inside…it’s just gorgeous.