Super 8 Orangeburg
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... road, you can see how ill equipped this part of the world is for storms. The highways was wet and not well plowed even though the snow had stopped several hours before. It was only 14 when we left though at about 10:30. We passed numerous accidents and abandoned cars...and two flip overs that happened right before we got to them. You look down streets and they weren't plowed at all. People were using gardening ...
... River. There were a few places to head out to the bank for a view of the river, but the best spot was about 2 miles from the split, where we were able to go out onto the sandbar in the river. The water level was low enough that we were able to go out into the river, nearly to the middle on the sandbar. After a few minutes here, we started heading back as it was getting late and the sun would be setting soon. At the ...
... We got about 20 mpg...not bad for all those mountains in WV!
We made it to our first hotel...Days Inn in Orangeburg, SC. It was a nice place and the price was right. We pulled into the hotel lot and saw several vehicles from Ohio. We were pooped...I don't think I have gone to sleep before 10:00 in a long time!
This morning at breakfast, we spoke with a couple who were ...
10:00 am We've got our coffee groove going as we roll toward Tampa while the 80's alternative station plays....where is the tenderness ding ding ding......you're just like a dream..... Late start. We got up at 8:30. It was cold in the cab last night so I cranked up the heat waaaay too high and baked us like potatoes for the first half. I scared some dude when I went to empty my pee pot in the field behind the truck ...
... but instead, right through the center of downtown we went. At one point, I had to remind myself to relax and breathe.
Traffic was heavy on all three lanes of I 95 going North; mostly cars, with some RVs and a few trailer trucks. There were a few of those huge RV buses that were being driven by the old and infirm. One guy (I have yet to see a woman drive one of the diesel pushers) was going down the middle ...