I did a walk around the park and down a nearby gravel road. It goes to nowhere, like a lot of this area. We crossed a river between Valentine and the park (can't recall the name), and the lady in the office explained that the sandhills are south of that river, and north of it where we are is normal solid ground.
This small pavilion has a picnic area and the laundry room.
We had trouble with the electric going out last evening, and it continued off and on today. It only affected our site. Our full house surge protector must be detecting something wrong and is protecting the RV. It doesn't stay off very long at a time, but it gets hot pretty quickly in the RV without the AC. Jim switched our cord to the 30-amp receptacle and we've been fine the rest of the day. He reported it to the office and the owner, Kim, came by to check it. Everything checked out at the pedestal voltage-wise, so we're not sure what the problem is. We'll see how it works out at our next park on 50-amp, and if we don't have any problem there, we'll contact Kim and tell him it looks like it's something on his end. If we do continue to have problems with 50-amp service, then we might have a problem on OUR end. We'll see...
We didn't do much today. Jim did a few loads of laundry. The park has one washer and one dryer so it took him most of the afternoon. I noticed that the rubber trim around the inside of some of our windows was pulling away from the frame at the corners. We learned from reading forums that the bouncing from travel sometimes causes that. So I went around and tucked them back in. I also cleaned the two filters in our ceiling air conditioner.
Several rigs left this morning, and quite a few came in during the day. Our neighbors have a toy hauler and they have the back open with a full sewing room inside the garage area. She sews from early morning until dark. There's so many ideas for people on the road.
Tonight we watched the NASCAR race from Kentucky. Tomorrow we leave for the Black Hills of South Dakota. Another new area (and a new state) for us.