Mark is getting us a pass to go through the park
One of 139 camp sites, most were good and level with 50amp service
A view of the Bay Springs Lake
Fall is in the air
There it was. About 30 or 40 yards off the main road was the house. We did not see it until we turned up the old gravel logging road. This is a view from what was the back side of the house.
This is all that remains...but how exciting to have found this much. We also found a couple of pieces of an old dish. We do know that the property still belongs to brothers and sisters of his grandmother.
Back at the Campground we spent the afternoon with Glynn and Sylvia. They had invited us to their motor home for dinner. I made a fresh blackberry cobbler and took some Blue Bell ice cream. Sylvia made salad, veggies, and potatoes and Glynn grilled steaks. Great fun guys. Thanks for dinner and a good visit.
Well, so much for a good time in Red Bay and the surrounding countryside. Tomorrow we are heading out for Chattanooga, TN to meet up with Jim and Ellie. We are looking forward to a fund couple of weeks with them. So stay tuned for those adventures. And in the meantime, I will be waiting for my Alabama alarm clock to go off!
This guy lives right outside our RV site here at Camp Red Bay and he is never late with the notice that it is time to rise and shine. Not sure how we will manage to wake up without him!
See you in Chattanooga...