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YEAR #3 - STOP #33

Just minutes after we got THE POD and ROVER all hooked up and ready to roll the skies began to darken. We weren't more than five miles outside of the park entrance when this is what we saw heading straight for us.

That was good timing or we would have gotten drenched trying to leave.

Luckily it all blew over quite quickly and it was all blue skies and clear highways after that. We arrived two hours early at the Army Corp of Engineers campground at Winhall Brook and had no troubles getting onto our campsite. In Vermont anyway, that's the difference between federal and state campgrounds, this federal park is a lot less strict about check-in time rules.

At just $13 a night (that's half price thanks to our Lifetime Senior Pass discount) it's a great bargain considering you receive on site water and electric, a free dump station and free hot showers.

This will be our third and final visit to Winhall Brook Campground. After more than two years on the road there are several campgrounds we have visited twice, but this is the only one to receive a third visit. Additionally, this will be the last time I have to negotiate crossing that long and skinny bridge at the entrance to the campground. Wish us luck!

SATURDAY - I want to try something new! First a few things that I do know to be true. Including this blog post I have written 274 posts here at TWO PEAS AND THE POD. So far there have only been 174 comments made to the blog and most of them come from the same half dozen people.

There are a little over 100 members in our Facebook Group, thank you very much, and at least half of them get around to reading most blog posts within a couple of days after each posting. We average 2-6 Facebook Likes on most posts, so I'm going to go way out on a limb here and assume you have actually read and liked the post.

A few people have mentioned to me that it is difficult to find and then comment on the blog platform. Since there is very little I can do about that I'm going to shut down all comments on the blog for a while. What I'm going to do, starting with this post, is to leave comments open on our Facebook Group.

My hope is that more of you might be inclined to comment and thus add more content and a wider conversation about the subjects I present here. I'm hoping to see two or three comments to go with the Likes on each post.

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