Monday, July 31—Northward Bound, Further Continued

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Today, we drove to our final destination, Egg Harbor RV Resort and Campground, in Door County, Wisconsin. After departing Rock Cut State Park, we crossed into Wisconsin after only about 10 minutes. The 260-mile drive was again uneventful—thank you, Lord—as we drove through Oshkosh, Appleton, and Green Bay before entering Door County, and then through Sturgeon Bay before arriving at Egg Harbor.

Our back-in site was as nice as advertised, and we set-up and organized the RV site for the next 5 weeks, relishing the 75° weather. (NOTE: Set-up included deploying stabilizing jacks and slides, hooking up electricity, water, and sewer, setting up gas grill, camp chairs, and side tables, unloading bicycles and gear from car and setting up bicycle rack, and removing tow bar and bicycle carrier from car.

After showers and changes of clothes, we joined Stan and Fern Jensen from the Village for happy hour. Stan has been coming to Egg Harbor since he was a kid growing up in Chicago, and they are relatively new RVers, having purchased a very nice Newmar Ventana early last year; this is their second trip to Egg Harbor in the motorhome. We made plans to play golf tomorrow and bade farewell. We enjoyed another quiet evening in the comfort of the motorhome.

Sorry, no photos today.

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