Cove Motel Oceanfront
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... things we should see and do in the Carolinas. I think we came to the conclusion that some of our plans were maybe a bit too aggressive, so we will be altering our final route back to the west coast. We don’t want to rush and see things without really being able to see them. Do you know what I mean?
We will be stopping by to see my niece and nephew (my sister’s oldest daughter and youngest son) who live in different cities ...
... in May was a bit early this year so Memorial Day is nearly upon us. Memorial weekend is a busy weekend for the RV Park. Somehow being retired makes you forget when the actual holidays are. You know, every day is a holiday when you are retired.
I spent a couple hours this afternoon planning our route and stops after we leave here on Saturday. I am trying to plan the rest of the trip now because I need to know how much we can get ...
... items in a couple of ice chests (thanks, Leon for the electric ice chest) and then we used the ice maker, that is a stand-alone unit in the motor home, for all the freezer items. We then put bowls of hot water in the freezer to speed things along, and I used a hair dryer (not recommended by any manufacturer – but is highly efficient if used properly) to defrost the metal cooling fins. Voila! In about 30 minutes we were frost free and ...
... for some food. We headed off to a place called Breakers, a restaurant that is right on the sand in New Smyrna Beach. We have gone there before some years ago. It is quite a popular place for the locals and tourists alike. My nephew, Jeff, loved this place. He passed away at a rather young age in 2004 and there is a brick placed there in his memory. It was nice to see the brick again. Rest in peace, Jeff. Anyway, Breakers is famous for their hamburgers and man, ...
... at this point, so Andy went out to the beach in now torrential rain to help the guys out. He said they were digging in front of the tyres, which meant it was only sinking in deeper, he instructed they clear the sand from behind the wheels as they needed to reverse out 1st, before they could try move forward. I watched as I had no where to leave our stuff, as they all dug and pushed and dug and pushed. The water was now fast approaching the car, but thankfully they got ...