We found out that there are TWO full hookups at the campground, with no camp hosts scheduled there and they are first come, first served. Even if for some reason, the two hookups get taken, we are going to boondock at the Mammoth Cave National Park for the next two days to experience this wonderful park. We drove around the park today, checking out the campground...They have LOTS of pull throughs ample enough for big rigs like us (40 ft.) and the navigation around the campground appears relatively easy, even with a tow. The only drawbacks at this time of year are the leaves covering all the asphalt pads, so you can't see the ground dirt from the pavement, you just have to kind of guess where it is, or get the broom out before pulling in. There are LOTS of bike paths for Sparky to ride her bike, hiking paths, and a cool old little ferry that crosses the Green River. We asked the guy running the ferry, "What's on the other side?" And he said in a thick, Kentuckian drawl, "Y'all won't see much!" So guess we don't need to ferry our car or ourselves over to the other side!
We're not sure how the mi-fi will work in the midst of the campground, but we'll get the blog published one way or another! See you at Mammoth Caves tomorrow!