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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We drove into Jacksonville, NC to have breakfast this morning. We needed a Cracker Barrel fix! Their menu does not vary from place to place, nor from year to year, which is a good thing. If it ain't broke, don’t fix it. After stuffing ourselves, we drove back to Camp Lejeune and went to the PX and commissary. We were amazed at the size and quality of merchandise in the PX. ...
... So, for grins, I pushed the on button on the keypad and it turned on and the jacks went down and leveled the coach. Life is good! Now, I just hope they go back up when we leave in three days. Our site is about 200 yards from the ocean. The park has 42 sites with full hook-ups with 50 amp service, and most of them have a shelter over a picnic table. Best yet, is the price is ...
... we are in the front of the ferry. We will have a nice view. We did too, only it was a view of where we had been instead of where we were going.
Imagine our surprise when we found a real live yeti on board! (Or maybe it was the Grinche's father?? Some kind of a Dr. Seuss character??)
About an hour from the mainland we got hit by a storm. Surprise!
The park we stayed at today was just saturated. We are too tired to care. It's going to be an early ...
... Emerald. Roy said the course was in excellent shape, but it’s hard to compete with someone who makes 300+ yard drives and is always on the green in two strokes! Never the less, they had a good time. The only thing missing was our other son, Ryan. Interestingly, the guy who was working at the clubhouse told Roy he had seen him about an hour earlier and when he saw the mustache and the Diamondbacks shirt he knew it had to be Shawn's ...
... base, as if they were sucking up swamp water to survive. It was a bit buggy, but not as bad as we thought it may be with all of the surrounding moist swamps. The forest was a mix of tall pines and deciduous trees. A lot of the trees had moss hanging on to the branches or vine growing up the entire trunk.
Kelsey’s favorite part of the campground was the bathrooms. They housed some of the largest spiders and cock roaches I have ever seen. The body ...