Thursday we spent the night with Matt and Andrea so when we got up we had to drive back to Zanesville. On our way through Newark we passed the Longaberger office building. We also really like 161 now that it is all opened up and the speed limit increased.
I was relieved when we were finally back in Muskingum County and since it was lunch time we had to squeeze in one of our check list items. Yes, Zanesville has moved up in the world since they have a Chipotle.
Let's see how well you know us. Can you guess which one is mine and which one is Jim's?
We even shared some of our food with this little birdie who was watching us... by the way eating outside is not such a great idea when it's windy.
Tucker enjoyed his time staying at my parents' house. I think he enjoyed being around another dog and three more people to pet and pay attention to him.
After lunch and a little rest at home we went and picked Katy and her friend up from school and then went to visit my grandparents. Then it was time to pack up and go to the campgound! Yeay Wild Bills! It is crazy how little it seems to have changed in all of these years. Here is the main entrance.
And the main part of the campground. You can see the stage, playground, pool, and store in this picture.
We had to set up our tent first but then it was time to spend some quality time with the Paul side of the family. We had some wonderful taco in a bag and some meat balls.