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Kerr Lake, North Carolina








Hey there!! Thanks for stopping by today, We took a quick getaway over a long weekend in the end of April, 1st day of May to enjoy Kerr Lake Recreation Area County Line Campground. If you know much about that area of southern central of Virginia into North Carolina ...there are several campground put into or near the John H. Kerr Dam & Reservoir ...they had a ton of recent rain so the campground we were going to stay in was not well do all that rain. But this one as you can see had several campsite under water. It is wild to see what water can do. The hubby thought it was funny to be rowing along and see a picnic table under your kayak, hope thing will dry out okay soon enough. 

If you a looking for a great book, check out "The Hale Brothers" by: Kathyrn Andrews... such a great read ...I had a chance to read that series while on this trip. If you are an avid reader like myself, you find the down times to fit in reading. While the hubby is napping, while relaxing and enjoying the view and just enjoying the book outdoors. I love making it a huge experience. So relaxing and fun. ( ; 


ENJOY! Be Well & Be Blessed. Hope to see you again really really soon. Take care. Beth ( ; 

Comments

Ruth Hiebert said…
Apart from the flooding and the damage that can do, the pictures look peaceful and beautiful.
Linda Kay said…
The sun on the water is fabulous. Thanks for the video!
Rose said…
Looks like a nice place to go...in dryer weather!
William Kendall said…
That's some serious high water!

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