|North Carolina, Tennessee and Arkansas
|One of the nicer KOAs with amazing green space.
|We want to come back and spend time in the North Carolina mountains.
|Feeling pretty special in Tennessee with our own pilot car :-)
|Surprised we were able to get satellite at this Arkansas KOA.
|Oklahoma KOAs are a little rougher, but they have more fun!
|I have avoided KOAs in the past due to cost compared to others in the same area. But the Journeys we stayed at were all good options.
|Lots of Mother Road identity the further west we travel.
|At last something other than corn or soy beans, sorghum is a pretty crop in Texas.
|It's rare for us to have more than 150 miles on travel day, but over 300 on one highway is a first.
|Leaving Santa Rosa, NM, also means leaving the Interstate. So of course we start with an issue. In addition the coolant light comes on.
|Bill is able to add coolant which resolves that, but our DEF is full so we head out. Within 10 miles the notification goes off and never returns.
|Mesas and railroad tracks. Several desert trains, over a quarter mile long.
|Our last stop is Las Cruces, NM, where the KOA is above the city with narrow (our slide is right at the dividing line) sites and clean grounds.
|And beautiful views all around the park.