It seems to me that we just did laundry, but the basket was overflowing and the drawers rather empty this morning. After getting Janet on her way that meant a trip to the local laundromat for me. I ended up with 3 full washer loads so it was obviously time.
I found the crowd at the laundromat very interesting. With two exceptions, all the other patrons were male forty years and older. Not what I would have expected.
Two of the guys were local stock car drivers. It was interesting to listen to their tales of their exploits and troubles on the local track. I also found it interesting that one of the two men was African-American. Not the typical profile of a southern stock car racer.
Well Janet was pretty cold all day and after looking at the forecast I determined that we needed to get a campground where we could plug in and run our space heater all night. The forecast was a low of 33 degrees. I was worried about us being cold and the water pipes possibly freezing which would be a big mess and expensive to fix. The only place close to where we wanted to be was a KOA in Wytheville.
The KOA campgrounds are always nice, but typically the most expensive in the area. I think part of that is they try to have a lot of activities to keep campers amused. This KOA had a bowling alley and amusement center.
Of course I had to check it our. They had a lot of games to play.
Included in the fun were a couple of batting cages. I was smart enough to know that I would likely hit nothing and be terribly sore the next day so I passed.
I did try out a couple of games and got reminded that I don’t have the eye/hand coordination to be a fighter pilot or race car driver!
Hopefully the puppies and us stay warm tonight!