One place that Jim had to see on our journey South, was the Beechcraft Heritage Museum. The grounds were so pretty, out in the country, and used by townfolk for walking, cycling, and jogging. Even the corgi kids got into the act, and enjoyed the wide open spaces.
Yep, they have electric hookups for RV's, and the Chairman of the Board asked Jim to come back, camp there, and help bring planes in during their annual "fly in." Jim has always loved planes, and in his twenties, flew them. He misses those days, and like the Red Baron, would love to get back in the saddle and view the world from above.
Visit Beechcraft's Website for the museum, and see what it's all about. Your hubby would love this place. I stayed out in the RV, or played catch with the corgis while Jim perused his passion. Also, Lynchburg, is 10 miles away. It has a nice little historic downtown, full of craft/antique/fudge/coffee shops that women love.
The Staggerwing, is one of Beechcraft's pride and joy. It's famous.
Update: We're parked at a WalMart in Valdosta, Georgia for the night. Jim went in to get a hot, fresh rotiessorie chicken and slaw for supper. We'll put up the antenna and catch the evening news. Ahhhh, these digs are pretty good tonight!