The trip through the West Virginia countryside was gorgeous. The trees are already starting to turn up in the higher levels. Here's few of the shots I took on the fly while driving.
Jim picked up his mom Alberta and her sister Roberta from the other side of Raleigh and brought them for a visit with mom. She loved it. We also got to meet with a couple of the health care people who have been assisting her. It was great getting all the updates from different sources.
We took Alberta and Roberta to dinner then took them home, and we came back to the fairgrounds. We rushed out so fast today after getting set up that we weren't here when the fairgrounds security guy came by to collect our money. We had a note on the door with their phone number, which we called. The agent came by a few minutes later. We discussed our situation with mom and he agreed to let us stay for the whole month of October. That's quite a relief because we're so convenience to everything here. We'll be here during the State Fair in mid-October, which should be wild! Thankfully our campground is separated from the main fairgrounds by about a quarter mile, so we won't be in the middle of the action, but close enough. It's going to be a busy month!