Econo Lodge Yemassee
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... when it is busy making ice. If I had known that, I would have filled the tub with ice after my shower. Lol
I brought a couple of pair of earplugs with me so with earplugs and a pillow over my head, I got a reasonable nights sleep.
We knew we wanted to explore Charleston a little more so that morning we had a quick breakfast and drove right back into the city. We needed to get some work done first so we found the public library which worked out well because they had free downtown parking. We spent a couple hours at the library before getting hungry and deciding it was time to look around a little. We took our sandwiches that were left over from the night before and walked to the pier. We had been ...
... around 4:00pm and it was still daylight:). We're staying at Green Acres campground - even sounds like we're in the south! After we set up camp, we drove into town to pick up a few necessities from a grocery store. It sure wasn't what we are used to... Then back home to have dinner and do some planning for ...
... us know that she returned from Appleton sick with the flu. Since Becca was sick and we had the beach to ourselves we decided that we would stay the night camping along the shore.
Judging by how empty the park was we assumed the campgrounds would be just as vacant, we were wrong. The campgrounds were not full but there was definitely limited space. The site we got was a pretty prime one though. It was a pull through (which was great for ...
... where we docked for a couple of days. We had a fun time here and toured Brookgreen Sculpture Gardens as we helped Elise celebrate her birthday! We enjoyed a sunset by the ocean before dinner at a local restaurant where we competed in a rousing game of Trivia with fellow diners.
We continued to Osprey Marina for an overnight stay and refueling, then cruised on to North Myrtle Beach. We had our first alligator sighting about 30' behind ...