Paducah was selected because I was traveling to Hononegah Community High School for an assessment, and United Airlines flew from Barkley Regional Airport. The National Quilt Museum was there, as was Hancock’s, two places Elizabeth wanted to see.
We like to alternate between state parks and RV parks, as a state park provides some variety, particularly when a stop is during the week and the park won’t be crowded. Some states do better than others maintaining their parks, safety is involved, as is proximity to town. This stop was Sangchris State Park. Right off the bat, I was stung by three wasps when I opened the electrical box. This was still a nice park though.
We Google RV parks, use satellite imagery and reviews, but just never know what we’ll get – and Lazy Acres was a real hit. It was a farm, it looks like, and is run by two families – two sisters and their husbands.
We circled back through Sioux City, stopping here mostly just to see a different area. It turned out well, as usual. We even got to play in a dog park, which is something we’ve missed as Izzy’s leg heals.