Illinois to Alabama

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Yesterday morning we were up early getting ready to be “on the road again.” We always like to leave with empty tanks, except for water, clean inside and organized in the basement. The past two days were so busy that we planned a much later than normal departure so we had time to get ready. We left MMDC about 11:30 in route for Paducah, KY. We had checked last week for a Harvest Host along our route but didn’t find what we were looking for. However there was a Methodist church in Paducah less than a mile from the interstate. We emailed the pastor and told him we were NOMADS heading back to Alabama and he gladly agreed to let us overnight in the church parking lot. The pastor already new about NOMADS from us working at the church camp in his area. We pulled in, parked, walked for a while, went next door for barbeque take-out, and had a peaceful, quiet night. We were on the road again at 7:20 this morning. It was fortunately a very uneventful drive home. We will get a little rest and then try to catch up at home. Lots to do beginning with meeting the surveyor first thing in the morning. Hope everyone has a great week.

One thought on “Illinois to Alabama”

  1. Glad you made it back home safely. Will you be wintering in AL?

    Tom & Beth RVenture Awaits

    On Sun, Sep 20, 2020 at 9:05 PM RVing With a Purpose wrote:

    > > > > > > > rvingwithapurpose posted: “Sunday, September 20, 2020 > Yesterday morning we were up early getting ready to be “on the road > again.” We always like to leave with empty tanks, except for water, clean > inside and organized in the basement. The past two days were so busy that > we planned a” > > > >

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