Econo Lodge Yemassee
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... be too much to do down in these parts. We didn't think it appropriate to cart the kids into one. Maybe next time...
After hours and hours we made it to South of the Border. For those who don't know, it is a Landmark established in 1949 at the North Carolina/South Carolina border. Everything is Mexican themed complete with a sombrero tower allowing views of the entire South of the Border area. Unfortunately, we did not have time to explore.
At this point we literally ...
... on Thursday. We couldn't leave any sooner because Jerry was getting his hair cut on Thursday morning at 9:30 plus we had to pick up meds before we could leave and they could only be refilled at a certain time.
We were busy Monday. I had a hair appointment Monday morning and Jerry had some errands to run. After lunch we went to the grocery store and then out to the warehouse to get the motor home. Since our plan was ...
... friends, family, and strangers that Charleston was a must see city and I can see why people like it so much. It has a nice charm to it with a great looking restaurant at every corner and a lot of independent shops. There is still a lot of historic architecture left and a good amount of green space. It helps that it was a fresh sunny day outside that made walking around all the more appealing. We walked along the water and then down Market street where there were ...
... There are miles of wonderful walking/biking trails. And mostly all you hear are the tropical birds.. what a place!
So after we set up we head to the beach for the afternoon to lounge and swim in the 80 degree water!
Before dinner we walk the campsite and it sprawls over acres of land so we have a nice walk. Have a nice fire after dinner!
Gran would be proud, as we made quite an entrance on our arrival to Hunting Island State Park. Upon finding our campsite we discovered it may be a little tricky parking our trailer because of the position of all the trees. We both got out and surveyed the situation and came up with what we hoped would be a solution to our parking problem. We noticed a few of the ...