Super 8 Orangeburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Also, all but one trail was flooded and even sections of the boardwalk path were under water, from recent floods. We walked as far as we could, looking at old growth hardwood forest and squirrels.
Then set off and arrived at Santee State Park. John spotted turkey vultures nearby. Beautiful wooded campground next to Lake Marion, largest lake in South Carolina, built by damming the Santee River in the 1940s. Warm weather at last. So good to be able to live outdoors ...
We woke up to 8 inches of snow but the sun came out about 9. The hotel did not plow the parking lot but did have scrapers for guests! At breakfast, we spoke with a couple from NJ who had come from NJ and hit the snow in Baltimore. Took them 4 hours to get to Stafford! They got there about 8pm so we made a great decision to get off the road when we did. We really liked this Hampton Inn and should stay there again. Once ...
... Boardwalk Trail. Although most of the elevated boardwalk was closed, a short section that leads to an overlook on Weston Lake was still open, so we were able to go out there for views of the oxbow lake. There was Spanish moss hanging from trees along the shore making for a beautiful scene. From here, we got on Weston Lake Loop Trail and hiked along the edge of Weston Lake and through more sloughs and even saw some ...
... OH and they had bought a home in FL...on their way to furnish it. Another guy we talked to was from Salem, OH. He sat with us and we learned he is a trucker who was taking his daughter to FL to college. Then there was an older lady there who also was headed to FL...never found out why...but she was from west of Cleveland! So, breakfast was an official Buckeye meeting! ;-) Off to our next ...
... 60 mph in a 70. People were passing him on both sides; really dangerous. Another guy couldn't quite stay in his lane and his toad (attached car) was straining at its mooring. It was as if these guys were on their inaugural road trip.
Monday, Mar 31
Continued my travels north on I 95 which turned from three lanes to two lanes and traffic increased proportionally. I continue to wonder how interstate ...