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... Also, all but one trail was flooded and even sections of the boardwalk path were under water, from recent floods. We walked as far as we could, looking at old growth hardwood forest and squirrels.
Then set off and arrived at Santee State Park. John spotted turkey vultures nearby. Beautiful wooded campground next to Lake Marion, largest lake in South Carolina, built by damming the Santee River in the 1940s. Warm weather at last. So good to be able to live outdoors ...
... try and clean off driveways and sidewalks. We got off the road in NC for lunch at Cracker Barrel, gas and a trip to Walmart for more windshield washer. It was around 25 at this point and we are so glad we wore boots, ski jackets and scarves...it was slippery and cold. Jerry drove the whole way and the sights through North Carolina were amazing...the storm was an ice storm there and the ice was relentless...on power ...
... We got about 20 mpg...not bad for all those mountains in WV!
We made it to our first hotel...Days Inn in Orangeburg, SC. It was a nice place and the price was right. We pulled into the hotel lot and saw several vehicles from Ohio. We were pooped...I don't think I have gone to sleep before 10:00 in a long time!
This morning at breakfast, we spoke with a couple who were ...
10:00 am We've got our coffee groove going as we roll toward Tampa while the 80's alternative station plays....where is the tenderness ding ding ding......you're just like a dream..... Late start. We got up at 8:30. It was cold in the cab last night so I cranked up the heat waaaay too high and baked us like potatoes for the first half. I scared some dude when I went to empty my pee pot in the field behind the truck ...
... but instead, right through the center of downtown we went. At one point, I had to remind myself to relax and breathe.
Traffic was heavy on all three lanes of I 95 going North; mostly cars, with some RVs and a few trailer trucks. There were a few of those huge RV buses that were being driven by the old and infirm. One guy (I have yet to see a woman drive one of the diesel pushers) was going down the middle ...
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