Econo Lodge Midtown
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... 8/6/15 - Thursday
We took advantage of the 1:00 PM park check out time and biked the 3 mile Big Ferry Trail before checking out and heading to Charleston, SC. It was a mostly rainy drive with lots of lightning on the horizon. Our new campsite is in the Mt. Pleasant KOA and we arrived in time to get ready to watch the first Republican presidential debates. What a show!
... it does to pay for a camp spot and use their electricity.
We had just passed a KOA but as we passed I noticed that it was a rather small driveway getting in and I didn’t think we could make the turn. Cheryl called a few other places but, of course, they were all full. One lady suggested a place called Sunshine RV Park, as she had already called around and thought they had spaces left.
Cheryl called and spoke with a lady with a very ...
... It's a pretty park with lots of big wooden double porches houses with lovely old trees with Spanish Moss draped all over.. There is also 2 large bridges over the marshy tidal areas/water.... A rotating bridge to St Helena Island and a large bridge to Hilton Head area.. There is also a large Marine base on Parris Island nearby.. Then we were off to Savannah...took another hour ...
... learned a bunch. Live Oaks are oak trees that have leaves all year round: as they shed their leaves, new ones grow back right away. Most of the live oaks on this property are hundreds of years old and covered in the beautiful Spanish moss and a plant called a "resurrection fern". The fern gets its name because during dry spells the fern actually shrivels and turns brown, until the rain comes and they “resurrect” back to full green blooming ferns. ...
... in a boil pot and is a highly recommended southern meal here.
The seafood is all very fresh as Savannah isn't far inland from the coast.
We are staying here tonight before heading inland on our way back to Orlando. Just to drive through random places and see some of what the countryside has to offer. The main destination is the Ocala national wildlife park with springs, and a large variety wildlife ranging from birds, to turtles, deer, bears ...