This weekend I will be in Jefferson City, attending a statewide business meeting
of a group I belong to. As I was driving west on interstate 70 on a beautiful
sunny spring afternoon it occurred to me I would be driving right by the
home of Kathy of Kathy's Kampground Kapers.
I can't remember when I found Kathy's blog, but I really enjoy reading about her adventures as a campground owner. When Son Brian lived in Columbia Missouri and we visited him on a regular basis I often thought about stopping by to meet Kathy, but we were always in a hurry to get to his house or get home. Today I had plenty of time, I was by myself, and I could set my own schedule. No one would be inconvenienced if I detoured off the highway to meet her.
|Borrowed from the kampground website-I forgot to take a photo.|
The kampground was easy to find. I followed the signage to the lot, parked in front of the office, then walked in and asked the woman inside if she was Kathy. She was.
I introduced myself.
We had a nice chat about campers, road trips, and dogs. At the end of the conversation I met HeWho (Kathy's husband, and the focus of many of her stories). All in all, it was a wonderful visit.