This is the journey of two middle aged women embarking on the RV fulltimers life. Preparing and living as nomads to keep from being committed to the local lunatic asylum by their friends and family. This is their journey from beginning to present day.
We did a little exploring today. We drove into Tahlequah. We checked out the Cherokee Courthouse. We took pictures at a city park. We had lunch at a Tex-Mex restaurant. We also visited the Verizon store to get some things taken care of with our phones.
The weather is HOT. They are experiencing record breaking temps here. It has been over 101⁰ everyday expect 2 since we arrived. Seems like the central US is dealing with a heat wave and draught conditions.
When we got back to the state park we had new neighbors. Matter a fact; we have about five new trailers that came in while we were out exploring. We have gotten a little spoiled by having the park to ourselves.
On the weekend we always have a few people stopping in for a few days. We are in our third site since we arrived here. The first site (35) is the best. It has lots of shade. We had to move after a week because it was reserved. We moved to site 19. It is located next to the playground, dumpster and restroom. That site had NO shade. After 3 days, we moved to site 36. It is across the street from our first site and only gets evening shade. It is a nice wide site and backs up to the inner circle where the deer graze.
We do enjoy the peacefulness of this park. We have to drive 20 miles to Muskogee or 17 miles to Tahlequah for groceries or gas. There is a grocery store in Gore which is 9 miles away but they are expensive.
We are taking our time to explore the areas of each place we stay. We are not in any hurry! We want to fully explore each area before we move on to the next stop.