We fueled the truck at Edinburgh before we left town and got on the road by 7 a.m. The only really interesting thing we did see in Indiana as we were driving was near Mascatatuck Wildlife Refuge near Seymour, there were hundreds of Sandhill Cranes on the ground and in the air. We really enjoy Sandhill Cranes. This is because when we lived in Milton, they would mark the beginning of Spring and throughout the year we would hear their calls every day until the headed south in the Fall.
We passed through Louisville at around 9 a.m. their time and caught the tail end of the morning rush. But it wasn’t too bad and we were soon through the worst of it. Approaching Bowling Green, KY there was some construction. It was a little unusual in that they divided the lanes of traffic. The right southbound lane stayed in the southbound roadbed, however the left southbound lane was moved to the left of the 6 ft. high center barrier and was traveling in the northbound roadbed. This did not last for too long,
The rest of the the ride to Goodlettsville was uneventful. However, Tom did not want to stop for gas before we reached the campground. We were down to less than 1/4 tank when we arrived. After we got set up Tom went for gas and put in over 23 gallons. The tank holds either 25 or 27 gallons.
We are staying at the Grand Old RV Park. It is a work in progress. We would stay at at this campground when we visited here until about 3-4 years ago when the owner passed away and it closed down. New owners have purchased the property and have remodeled the old KOA–style building changing the look drastically. They are in the process of fixing the utilities so the is ground dug up everywhere.