Last night there were people riding motorcycles around our campsite, keeping us awake. The next morning my mom went to tell the campsite host, not noticing a pair of barking poodles, when stepping near them she was bitten. After this we went to a local drugstore for neosporin. When we got to the car, the screen said brake failure, we searched for Toyota on the iPhone and saw that it was only four minutes away. We decided to try to drive there despite the brake failure, only to find the car wouldn't go out of park! We called Toyota and they said it was probably a blown fuse and instructed us to use the fuse removal tool (tweezers is what my mom called it)and install a spare fuse. We started to follow their instructions, only to find the fuse removal tool was missing. We called AAA and waited for an hour for them to tow us. When they arrived, they told us that they couldn't tow the trailer. We the decided to stay with the trailer (so it wouldn't get stolen) when, to our surprise the wrecker (they call tow trucks wreckers around here) driver got the car into drive. Once he did that, he told us to drive it to the Toyota dealer ourselves, but to make sure not to shift it to park. Toyota fixed the fuse and told us that the spare connector touched the trailer hitch and shorted out, blowing the fuse (we had a connector for trailer lights before we bought the trailer so we had a connector installed, we later got the proper connector installed on the car so it could charge the trailer's battery (for the fan,interior lights, etc.),the old connector was left dangling)we then went to the Charleston museum of west virginian history(picture groups 1-3). After this we drove along the Kanawha River, We then passed a house that one of our ancestors built. We continued towards Virginia. We turned around and drove backwards to a bridge (my mom's idea), however we did get some good pictures(group 4). After turning around we continued driving and finally arrived at KOA (at 10:50). We are now in the Shenandoah valley.