Holiday Inn Express Palm Coast
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... night and save our money for better things.
The drive was long and as we got closer to Florida the traffic picked up. Lots of 5th wheels, travel trailers and giant RV's. Also lots and lots of big rig trucks. Then it starts to rain.....hard.....then thunder and lots of lightening. We were creeping along or stopped for about an hour and we only had 30 miles to go. Finally a small break in the weather and we are up to 35 ...
Very stormy day in Charleston, SC today (and for the last 3 days in a row); and forecasted to be stormy right through Wed. So making today a driving day!!!
Charleston is affectionately known as "the low country", because the streets pretty much flood and close down whenever it rains an inch or more. Brilliant.
- Miles: 310
- Gas: ...
... just in time, only minutes later and the water would have had it stuck fast. My hero for helping, as others walked by them just looked on. He was drenched and covered in splattered sand all up one side when he got back to the hotel, so we headed up to our room so he could shower off. We watched from the balcony the other car, water also getting too close. They did finally get some extra hands who helped shift it, but you could see it too only had minutes left before ...
Oh, it is so good to be back in the big comfortable bed again! Slept like a baby.
Poots, that's another story. Since arriving home, she has taken up homesteading behind the sofa in the living room. And she ain't comin' out! Okay she goes to the sun porch to take a dive into the litter box, but that's all. No socializing, none. Well, maybe she'll get used to this new old new life.
... a challenge. We headed north happily, making good time. The traffic thinned out and all was good.
All of a sudden, the traffic came to a complete stop. It then inched on at about two or three miles an hour for nearly an hour. A couple of emergency vehicles passed us on the shoulder, so we knew that something significant had taken place.
Before long we could see the wreckage and burned-out ...