Pirateland Oceanfront Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPirateland Oceanfront Campground Myrtle Beach
This campground is on the beach -- a great beach. The downside are the showers which are dated and worn.
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Tuesday, April 1
Myrtle Beach is about a 2.5 hour drive from Santee, but I need to stop along the way at Costco, Petsmart (Willow needs groomed), and a grocery store, so it will be a long day. Perhaps because I've been in the outback lately, MB looks to me like a shopper's paradise.
By 5 pm, I was camped at Pirateland RV Park, …
We start after an ok night and and ok breakfast (not bad for under $100 us). On the road again and it's 10 c. already ( I know I guessed). Through Baltimore and Washington in a jiffy. Even if "Les the GPS" (we have a British voice) want us to go everywhere else. Then the speed goes up and I even have to go faster some times (not …
Looking around it seems that we are yet again going to navigate our way through a gift shop. The kitschy key chains with blinking names (but never my name?) are on display, right next to palm tree mugs and picture frames shaped like sunglasses. T-shirts line the walls and sweatshirts are folded in two foot tall stacks just waiting to be dug through to find the right size and color to scream that you were “here!”
What I have learned this month...a new and
Totally different way of life. I suggest inland sailors all move outside & be apart of this cruising world.
1) women aboard are not just mate to cook, wash cloths and scrub boat.
2) be flexible for unforeseen problems, Life happens.
3)cold showers and emptying head :(
4)not to supersize meals, we don't get to run it off, ...
Our start this rnorning found us aground in the mouth of Jeremy Creek after leaving Leland Oil dock in McClellansville, SC. While this wasn't on our plan it did provide the opportunity to eat a nice breakfast, coming unstuck from the oatmeal-like bottom just as we finished the last of our coffee. From then on the day unfolded as planned, catching the tides just right and hitting all waypoints on schedule. The incoming tide carried us up Winyah Bay and we actually sailed ...