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... brother is in a golf cart around here. It is a steady stream of them. They are not a bother though, very quiet since they are all electric.
We did take some time to head up to an observation tower that the park has that overlooks the beach. We spent some time up there and took some pictures. A couple from Greenville, SC was up there and they took our picture overlooking the ocean and we reciprocated.
We headed back to ...
... That wasn’t the only thing moving. The park has trucks that are designed to move trailers around and are constructed to handle pull trailers and fifth wheel trailers with ease. There were at least four of them moving trailers to open spots, presumably getting ready for people to show up soon.
Cheryl read somewhere that they also have storage here. They have a service where they will move your trailer from storage to your camp spot ...
... with it.
Cheryl began looking for shells along the shore. Many shells but mostly broken up. We walked north on the beach about a quarter of a mile before we turned around to head back. The water was warm and was some of the cleanest and clearest water we have seen. It was heavenly.
Once again, Harley was a hit with the girls. And the boys, too. He is quite the conversation starter.
Tomorrow we will probably ...
... a hundred miles long. There is a pretty little fishing pier here, and nature trails in the oak woods on the dunes, but much of this region is unbelievably tacky tourist trap… endless lines of waterslide parks, discount swimwear shops, fast food restaurants and mini-golf courses.
We are beginning to see many more Canucks in the campgrounds… probably a dozen cars from Quebec and Ontario. I guess because we are on the main line south to Florida.
... Our next stop was the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum. We LOVED IT. This was Peggy's favorite thing to do on this trip. The exhibits were Swim by Charles Williams (huge paintings of his experience of almost drowning); My Inner Garden by Laurie Blum (her inspiration were trips to the Garden of Paradise in Shiraz, Iran); Voices of the Island, a Cuban Art Collection of Reynier Llanes who had ...