Murrell’s Inlet, SC
This was our last full day here so we spent it relaxing around the campsite. We were recuperating a little from yesterday’s long walk actually. We did still take a bike ride through the CG to look at all the nice sites here. They are definitely filling up for the long holiday week end. This is our site #111.
It’s pretty private although the fire pit area is opened to the next campsite. We prefer a site surrounded by plants and trees as long as the satellite dish receiver works. Generally the sites on the right-hand side of the road have a more private patio area. These folks are definitely set up for the holiday. They have friends and family staying at several other sites here like a family reunion.
I know turkeys are the symbol of Thanksgiving, but I’ve grown accustomed to the beautiful birds of the marsh here. The egrets and herons, although the mosquitoes have been almost as big and most plentiful.
We enjoyed the afternoon and evening sitting by the campfire. Maybe it’s just me, but I can get a little testy on our last day at a beautiful place. I know I hate leaving here. I think full-timing will be quite a bit different because I’ll look forward to going to another nice place. We’ll be on the road tomorrow along with a lot of people so I’ll wish you all a…
(Chalk drawing provided by kids in the CG)
Thanks for dropping by, and enjoy each day of your life’s journey by finding beauty in the ordinary.