Travel Blogs from Orangeburg
Our first day of driving home went well. It is considerably less exciting to drive home than it is to be headed out on vacation.
We wanted to drive for a couple more hours but we found that we were getting tired and the kids had numb-bum-ness. After trying one hotel (they were full, they said because of an army conference in town) we …
... the names of some restaurants
from TexAgs.com and Malorie told us we needed to try the Bar-B-Q in South Carolina. So we found a local place called Palmetto Pig. It was off the beaten path and when we drove up I wasn’t too sure about the place and I was nervous because we were wearing our Aggie shirts but the place had good reviews so we went in.
... SC, and stayed another night because the campground is so peaceful and quiet. Woke to birds singling and sunshine.It's to be 80 degrees today. I have a campsite on the lake.
While at Santee, I asked one of the campers if I could borrow his ladder to lubricate the mechanism that lowers/raises the TV antenna. He brought the ladder over, climbed onto the roof and lubricated the mechanism. Come to learn that ...
After that someone was supposed to take us to our residence halls and show us around. Because my residence hall is a 10 minute walk away from the Horseshoe (which is the main part of campus) someone had to drive me so the volunteer student who took me to get my carolina card left me with someone who worked for the study abroad office. She drove me there and then literally carried out one bag and then left me out the front and ...
Finished half of our drive to Florida and we are staying at South Carolina for the night. Only 6 more hours of driving to go! Kids are sitting in the back of the van each playing on an iPad and singing the same song as always..."Are we there yet?" We'll reach Orlando tomorrow night and finally relax after a tiring 2 days of ...
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