Another early morning (8am) start and another day of travel in hilly country. We went from Central time to Eastern time yesterday and for some reason both Tom and I felt worn out today. We were glad to pull in into a campground in Harrisonburg, Virginia a little before 4pm this afternoon. We are in Harrisonburg KOA and what a rip off. This is the most expensive campground we have been in our entire trip and it is far from being one of the best. For just about $47.00 we are in a site in a wooded area with roads and sites covered with stone, we have full hook-ups with 50 amp electric, no cable and the TV reception with the antenna is marginal. Believe me, there is nothing here that makes us say "wow this is a great campground". More and more I can understand why many people are staying away from the east when traveling by RVs. Our campground book quotes the price of this campground at $28-$32, now the book is a four years old and we expected a little higher rate but not almost $15.00 of increase. Tomorrow we should be home in a few hours so it should be a short day of traveling.