The camping season here in Missouri is officially over. It ends on Halloween. People can still camp, but the state parks turn off the water. There are some parks that keep a hose going for people to fill up their tanks, but not all. Most people fill up their campers with water from home if they are going to camp now. It is more expensive doing that because it weighs down your camper and if you pay for your water, well, you have to pay to fill up your camper.
This past weekend, the park was almost full. We stayed until Monday, so we watched everyone leave on Sunday. It's really strange to see a park go from being full to empty. Sunday night, it was just us and a pop-up at the campground. Mama took pictures of the empty park as we were leaving. It was sad saying good-bye to the park.
We followed Daddy home instead of riding in the motor home because Daddy was concerned about the brake that the cars uses when it is towed. We were only about 40 minutes from home, so it wasn't a big deal to ride in the Jeep.
The Greyhound Who Likes Camping As Much As His Big Brother Jack did