Sunday we arrived at Elk Neck State Park in North East Maryland. It is another very pretty wooded state park. This next week is a little down time between our busy DC trip and our upcoming New England trip. My sister Kristi and brother in law Brock will be meeting us in the Cape Cod area on Tuesday and we have a lot of things planned for the 10 days they will be traveling with us. Elk Neck turned out to be even more of a down time than we planned. It is between the North East and Elk River and Chesapeake Bay and we thought kayaking might be in order. However, it rained almost the whole time we were there. A couple of the nights had quite a bit of rain in fact. On our last full day there, a ranger came by to give us a weather update which included a wind and possible tornado warning. The real problem could be a possibly of trees falling down as the ground has become so saturated. She recommended moving to a youth group area which is open and not surrounded by trees which we were. We decided to follow her advise as did one of our few rv neighbors. There was a large group tenting in our loop. Not sure how they did through all the rain.