Huntington Beach State Park site #111
Murrell’s Inlet, SC
We hit the road this morning a little before 8:30 so that we could get to one of our favorite places by 12:30. It was nice to be on the road again. We both grew up traveling I95. One of the landmark icons is South of the Border just as you enter SC from NC. It has recently been refurbished a bit and has knew paint on all their buildings. I hear that they have a decent CG for overnight stops somewhere in the complex. Pedro’s hat is pretty big!
We were on our way to spend a few days at Huntington Beach and visit with some rv friends, Sherry and David and Nancy and Bill. Nancy and Bill have a nice house in Murrell’s Inlet that is on the market. They have been full-timers before but never relaxed from the fast paced “vacation mode”. They want to try it again at a more comfortable pace. They moved to 150 cg’s in one year. That’s too much. Sherry and David have a Brave just about like ours so we feel a certain closeness to them because they have such good taste. They have been traveling for a bit but are on their way back to their house in Va to take care of the furnace before the cold winter sets in. They stayed in the cg a day or so extra so that we could visit.
And visit we did!! At 2:00, N&B pulled up to our site while I was on the roof moving the vu-cube. They got out of their SUV and their back doors opened. I was expecting S&D but was so surprised to see Howard and Linda of RV-Dreams step out! We all got our hugs in and they went over to surprise S&D while we finished setting up. H&L are camping at Cheraw State Park which is a couple of hours from here. N&B had emailed them and encouraged them to visit. I’m glad they did. We got the chairs out and sat around our “unfire” fire pit and talked for a few hours.
Here’s Howard, David, Gin, Sherry, Bill, Linda, and Nancy. Smudge had to protect me from all these people. Nancy was kind enough to make reservations at a nice local restaurant, Hot Fish Camp, so that we could enjoy each others company a little longer. I wish them all safe travels. It was a wonderful day!!
Thanks for dropping by, and enjoy each day of your life’s journey by finding beauty in the ordinary.