Wrong!! After a very long wait and stop and go we finally got close enough to see that everyone was being directed out another road because of trees across the main road. Since we were worried about our dogs, especially the oldest who is deathly afraid of thunder, I told my wife I was not going to take a detour. I could see the first tree down across the road was just a few feet past the entrance to the RV Park. They stopped the car in front of us and were giving them directions or something. That gave me the opportunity to quickly drive around the blockade and turn into the RV Park.
The dogs were really glad to see us. I leaned that six trailers had been cut in half by falling trees and that a tenter site was wiped out. The people in the tent were away like we were. This RV Park is a mess, especially the section where the permanent residents are set up. The channel 11 news people were here and I see that they came back again this morning. On this trip we decided not to watch any TV, maybe we should have. But nobody knew that this was going to happen. They said it was in excess of 80 mph (a lot in excess if you ask me). I will look on line today and see if I can find out any more information. I don’t want to walk around and take pictures of other peoples, tragedies. Nothing seems to be wrong with my RV. A large wooden fence around a sub-division blue down and pieces came with a couple of feet of my place. I should have had my awning down, I need a new one (grin). Of course the wind could have used it as a sail and rolled my RV.You all have a good day now, you hear? We are going to.