Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Hagan Stone

Just a quick post about our most recent stay at Hagan Stone Campground in Pleasant Garden, NC.  This came recommended to us by Bob and Judi whom we had met at Cedar Point back in September.   Other than the BBQ and Balloon Festivals, we stayed put at the campground enjoying all of the trails that it had to offer.  One of the trails that we enjoyed particularly had a one-room schoolhouse that was in use from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s.  There was a very nice informative board on the outside of the school that told of it's history.  Sadly, because of constant vandalism, the school is no longer open to the public unless a park ranger lets you in.  My DIL Amanda would surely have loved seeing this schoolhouse!

Sunday afternoon we were outside doing a few chores when we saw a very familiar vehicle pull up.  Judi from Cedar Point and her husband Bob (following in their Class A) had arrived!  We had a fun time getting caught up and enjoyed a community campfire with them and two other couples.  We hope to see Bob and Judi again in January!

1 comment:

Gail and Rick (Gypsy Turtles) said...

Isn't it cool that you just keep bumping into the nicest people in campgrounds? Over and over again :)