Friday, January 30, 2009

RVer's Stay Warm at Kentucky Campground - Frankfort,KY,USA
Driving into Elkhorn Campground off Georgetown Road can be a bit foreboding. The downed trees and lightly-tracked, winding road look like a graveyard for ice and snow-covered RVs.

But knock on the door of the "Bill & Anita Hanley" RV, and you'll be greeted by all the comforts of home, including, of course, heat. In fact, their daughter is staying with them at the campsite because " you guessed it " there's no heat at her house in town.

Bill Hanley, 65, and his wife, Anita, 57, started RVing in 2004. They sold their house a couple of years later when Bill retired from the U.S. Postal Service, and now the camper - a gooseneck - is home.
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