If I were full-timing right now, I would be well on my way to the RV-Dreams Rally at Willow Tree Resort . I would have stayed somewhere around Chattanooga, TN last night. Nice weather expected in Chattanooga. A little cloudy, but temps ranging in the 50s to 70's. Would have been a little chilly to walk the dogs this morning but jeans or sweat pants would have been plenty. Now, would be coffee time. Staring out the window at, who knows,
Not the best view, but I'll take it over having to answer the phone all day in my home office. I think I'll put in 2 hours driving today, head south on I-75 then E on I-20 at Atlanta and stop for overnight in Covington, GA. This is the courthouse, built in 1884. They've had a bunch of movies filmed in this little town according to Wiki Now, the question of where to stay.. The only place I found on an internet search was Riverside Estates Mobile Home & RV Park. Says they have 172 full hookup sites, paved roads and laundry. No pics or prices. I guess if I were really doing this I would call them and see what's up. Is that what full-timers do? I could call the Chamber of Commerce and ask if there are places to park an RV in town. They wouldn't be open on a Sunday :-(. Looks like there is also a place called Salem Camp Ground in town. No phone numbers, pics or information provided. Oops not even sure if that one is a real camp ground looks like a place of worship. OHH HERE. Stone Mountain State Park is a 2 hour drive. That looks like the ticket. It's first come, first serve. I'll have to call and see if they have a place. I'll be they will if I wait until the afternoon to leave. $37 dollar per night for a partial hook up site. Sounds more like a place to stay for a few days not an overnight. EE GADS. This is fun, but more complicated than I thought. At this rate, I'll never make it to the Rally on time. Maybe I should just do a search for Walmarts along my route. I think I need an Atlas. Mapquest is just not going to cut it LOL. So, there are 2 Walmart supercenters in Augusta, GA (4 hr drive from Chattanooga). Do I just call and ask if they allow overnight camping?