All this made us decide not to head down to the Mississippi delta and to instead mosey toward home. Across the Ohio River we drove and landed first at a little campground on the Ohio River in Madison Indiana. It was tiny just 34 lots and we felt so lucky to get one on the river. This is where we learned many rv rules and responsibilities, a great couple taught us how to be good rv neighbors and what was considered rude and not rude-also some tricks with hooking up water etc. And the nice man that ran the place taught us how to empty the s-h-i-t-t-e-r! Another very important skill!
We Walked down to the river and looked for river glass and old shells with holes punched in them from the button factory. The Key West Shrimp House is in part of the old button factory. We had a fantastic meal there. All the attractions we saw were walking distance from the campground. The town has spectacular old architecture I had such a hard time picking what images to use for today because there were just so many! We also toured the Lanier Mansion State Historic Site. It was breathtaking, and the tour was great. The town itself had many interesting shops. We really enjoyed our time in Madison and look forward to going back.
From there we moved on to other towns staying different places but those will be a story for another Monday.