It made us really appreciate our mobile lifestyle, because we were able to stay here with our family, in our own familiar living quarters.
|Almost ready to leave (after pulling in the steps!)|
We drove to Sarnia, Ontario, and stayed overnight in the familiar Walmart parking lot. As usual, we spoke with a duty manager, and she courteously gave us permission to stay. In the morning, we crossed the bridge into Port Huron, MI, and went through the usual routine at the US border. After about 30 minutes, we were on our way through Michigan on I-69.
|Cruising with the truck traffic on I-65|
|Crossing the Ohio River bridge into Louisville, KY (photo courtesy of The Navigator)|
We have stayed in this part of Nashville many times over the last 15 years, and it is great to be able to stay in a campground so close to the attractions. Nashville is one of our favorite places, a very interesting city.