Thursday, April 8, 2021
Temperature Low 52 Degrees, High 84 Degrees
Time To Say Goodbye to The Manager Cast
Go North – Not To Alaska – But To South Carolina
Someone once said All Good Things Must End. Today was our day to say goodbye to a really great private RV park. We’ve had a good time here and made some new friends who we hope to keep in touch with.
But now it was time to get back on the road.
So we said goodbye to the chickens who provide fresh eggs.
And a hearty goodbye to the manager cast that sits right alongside the main entrance gate.
A left out of the gate and a quick right onto I-95 North.
The first sign we were looking for. But hey, what gives, no sign that says Thanks for visiting Georgia. Maybe they’re just glad you’re gone!
The trip was a mixed bag. It was obvious both by the condition of the road and the heavy traffic that we were back east. Suffice to say, we lost a total of one hour to congestion and construction. Then, when you add in two fuel stops a trip that was supposed to take just a little over three hours took almost five. A long day on the road, at least for us.
Traveling North on Routh 17, you are never far from water.
The second sign we were looking for. A quick right and we were heading
down the entrance road to our new neighborhood.
Go right young man, go right.
Our site was waiting for us.
Home sweet home for the next five days. The pad is paved and perfectly level, we have 50 amp and water, but no sewer. Furthermore, our DISH antenna has found and locked on to all three satellites. Life is good.
The view down the street. This is an older COE park but it is in good shape. The roads are paved and smooth. The sites are good size and the space between you and your neighbor is spacious. You can either have a sight with full sun, partial shade, or full shade. Your choice.
Just a stone’s throw away, out beyond the trees is the Intercoastal Waterway and just beyond that is the Atlantic Ocean.
That was our travel day on The Road of Retirement. I need a bit more time I believe to adjust to driving in traffic in this part of the country. I’ll get there. Overall, though, the trip was an easy one. Thanks to Elvira, she is an easy girl to drive. Bottom line, however, I definitely needed a nap after we arrived and I got us set up. As for now, well, the hour is late so if you’ll excuse me – Good Night.
Thanks for taking the time to read our blog. We always appreciate your company, your comments, and your suggestions. Keep safe, keep healthy, live to the fullest the days that God gives you.
These are the voyages of Elvira and her two intrepid travelers. Our continuing mission: to explore as many new states as possible, to seek out new acquaintances and make new friends, to boldly go where we have never been before.
See you on down the road!
2 thoughts on “TOUR AMERICA, 2021: BUCK HALL COE, McCLELLANVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA”
Glad you had a safe trip. Just remember construction means someone has a job and is trying to make our roads much smoother for our future trips. Enjoy your new home.
Glad you made it there safe and sound. Looks like a nice place to call home for a few days. We really enjoy the COE campgrounds. I don’t like traffic at all either, and I am just the passenger. Enjoy your Friday!