We left Nashville at 7:40, arrived at the boat at 9:40 picked up stuff from the boat, and drove to our shed in Murray. We had a lot of unpacking to do to get ready to go and we started out at 11:30AM. I filled up with water and at our first stop at McDonalds the pump kept running and little came out of the tap. Then looking out the side window we saw a river of water going down the parking lot. It seemed I had remove the plug on the water heater to drain it when I put the unit away last winter. We went the rest of the way without any water in the tank. Altogether we drove 420 miles from Nashville to Danville, MO arriving at the Lazy Day Campground at 6:00PM. The owner was in the office and gave me an opportunity to show the demo of RVillage. It's pretty easy to sell free things and she promised to "claim" her park. I found the park using RVillage and it turns out to be really nice. Our space is perfectly level, clean, with full hookup. The gardens in the park are amazing (see photos). The park has been here since the 60's and the present owner has had it for 20 years. It is located about half way between St Louis and Kansas City and is nice and quiet being a mile away from the Interstate. Tomorrow we will drive 409 miles to Waco, NE.
Lazy Day Campground
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