It's kind of fun to do the impossible-Walt Disney
- Sep 23, 2004
Love that song for SO many reasons ....
It is accfly, it was a cheap camera from amazon. It was 32 dollars and then a memory card. We wanted something in the truck, as I know how people drive. I used to drive commercial bus in to NYC, and have seen pretty much everything. So wanted to be able to record, just in case. We also did not want to spend a fortune, as the GPS we want for the truck has a built in dashcam.Chris what brand of camera do you use?
Spectacular driving job there, and very nice of that guy to move his cart to give you some extra room, and that looked like a mighty big rock.I am trying to avoid the rock pile to the left which is threatening to rip the skirts off the trailer and the truck to the right already in his site.
The fellow that moved his cart, I went back and thanked him for doing so. It helped immensely in completing that turn. He had also had a problem getting in to his site arriving not too long before I got there also having to avoid the truck. The rocks on the left were pretty good sized, I have pictures of them in the camera and will add the picture to this post, once I get them resized to fit online.Spectacular driving job there, and very nice of that guy to move his cart to give you some extra room, and that looked like a mighty big rock.
I understand that everyone is assigned a site, but it seems more and more lately that everyone is right up to the road on their site which can make it challenging at times.
The campground is very large, but the sites are pretty close. There are a ton of seasonal sites, the whole middle section. I could have made it without the golf cart moving, but the extra foot or two did not hurt. The stares from kids and adults were cute, and the ones across from us was comical.The campground looks huge... Or at least really spread out.
The golf cart move was nice, but it looks like you had it anyway. The stares from the kids along the way were pretty good. Especially the ones on the hill across from your site when you pulled in.