Day 3: July 22, 2009
Today was a travel day, so of course, it started raining as soon as we got out of bed. The man with the fuzzy face had to pack up everything outside in the rain. I thought it was funny as long as I didn't have to go out. As soon as we pulled out of the campground, again it stopped raining. The directions the old lady had, took us back through Downtown Savannah so we got to see the cool old buildings again, and the picture of the bridge we took yesterday.... we went over it today! It was very high and very, very scary! I had to go change my pants after we made it over to the other side. The man with the fuzzy face said it was steeper than our Skyway Bridge. We drove and drove and drove some more and finally got to Lumberton. The Sleepy Bear campground was right on the interstate, but we got a nice big lot with lots of trees in the very back (I LOVE trees!). There were bears everywhere but they were friendly, they had a swimming pool and putt putt golf, but we never got to play golf. I really liked the putt putt golf corse, because they had buildings just my size. Soon the old lady's friend Ladonna, and her husband, Ted, and her son, Salemen. Saleamen was really fun but he had weird, gooey blue hair. There were three little children who showed us a bike path to a cool river that the man with the fuzzy face fished in. Ted and Ladonna stayed untill dark and then drove two hours home.
Tomorrow is more driving. Can't we get anywhere without driving?!!!