***When you fall down, you wonder what else you can do while you're down there.
***You're getting old when you get the same sensation from a rocking chair that you once got from a roller coaster.
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Our Eclipse walk……………….
Since it was going to ‘get dark that afternoon’ (?) we decided to walk midafternoon. There was a good breeze and some clouds. About 87 degrees here on the Eastern Shore.
We decided to walk the main road of our RV Park, ‘Virginia Landing’. So here we are:
This is the interior park road. A Maple tree every 75 feet. The flower pots from another post are about every ¼ mile. WE have never been in a park with an entrance road nearly a mile long inside the park.
Outside the park is a narrow macadam road. Thick rows of trees either side with open fields behind. Most of this little peninsula is farm land. This is the road:
We learned from a lady yesterday that kids from Quinby used this road to learn to drive on since it was dead end. At the end was a farm called “The Point”. An RV developer bought the farm and designed this beautiful park. Later Thousand Trails Organization bought it and still own it.
It didn’t even get close to dark. It appeared as if the sun went behind a cloud.
I got this shot thru a cloud. This was about our coverage:
We walked about a mile inside the park and outside making our walk near 4 miles. A good fast paced work out in a little over an hour.