Howard Johnson Inn - Brunswick
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... growing stack of stuff on the table to bring to Montana when I join the tour... There is no food in the house except cheese, bread, & cookies from Crust in Michigan, so I should be set!! ((Did I mention that, for whatever reason, I had an empty garbage bag in the air over my head & it got caught in the ceiling fan? I don't know where that scream came ...
... today was a no go due to kiddos behavior. Not much to say yet, although lots of traffic in myrtle beach towards dinnertime. No big meals today, lunch on road and chicken leftovers for dinner. Froze rest of triple tail for another day... Oh, only 5 bug bites today for me, and that's just the time it took to park the rig. Got bug spray on after that. Gotta figure that one out. Got more Benadryl cream, if you apply it right away and about 20 times it kinda helps. ...
... The WiFi at the RV Park has been down since we got here so I will not be able to post this until it is fixed or we get some place with WiFi.
We finely have WiFi so these are the pictures from our stay in Brunswick.
... the activities of yesterday. I think he hurts everywhere. We were going to head north today but the sun was shining and just couldn't do it. We walked to the closest body of water, the heated pool, and spent the day under the sun recuperating. Guess we'll go north tomorrow.
Sunday April 19
Weather is still great so maybe just a bit more time in the sun. Walked to the river and chatted to a fisherman out on the pier. ...
Our next planned destination was Brunswick, Georgia for a small Tiffin (make of our motorhome) rally. Kevin was keen to meet others, get tips etc. and our new found friends Kevin and Lora were also attending. We headed North from Florida first of all via a wonderful Town called St. Augustine. It was on the Ocean estuary and was the first permanent Christian settlement in the US - the Spanish arrived there 55 ...