PA Dutch Country Campground, Manheim, Pa. Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Today, Wednesday, we left the Gettysburg Farm Campground and drove 53 miles to Manheim, Pa. to PA Dutch Campground. We arrived here about 11am but did not get set up until 1pm. The campsites here are not level, the sites have a slope that makes leveling the motorhome very difficult. We tried one site and then moved to a second site where with help of boards under the front tires and jacks we are level. And it was a hot, humid day for this aggravation. We then drove into Cornwall and had lunch at "Quinten Haus" restaurant. The skies had become dark as we got to the restaurant and as we sitting inside the rain began with wind but it didn't last too long. The rain did not offer much relief from the heat. We stopped at an RV store located next to the campground to get a folding step- with the front of the motorhome elevated we needed an additional step to get into the motorhome. Both of us took naps after returning - those grandkids took their toll on us. We plan to be here until July 10.