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Do you think JC got enought pins in the map? Lol


We drove a whopping 354 miles today. We thought about boondocking midway but decided to push on so we could gain a day for sight seeing.

Our destination is The Oaks at Point South Campground in Yemassee, South Carolina. This is our first visit to a Thousand Trails Park since we purchased the Southeast Zone membership. On a scale of 1 to 10, we rate this a 6.5. The staff were very nice. The park was not too much out of the way. It did have a lot of trees which leaves a bit of a challenge to get satellite. A little grass, dirt and gravel with acorns dropping everywhere leaves this park a little messy. Had some great BBQ and played bingo. Very fun. Would definitely go back. Sorry, we forgot to take pictures of this park. Tomorrow we visit Savannah, GA which is about 50 miles from this campground.

Of the many things we saw driving through the backroads of South Carolina, the most surprising to me was the number of palm trees all planted in neat rows as borders or something. There could be a house that should be demolished but the palm trees were perfect. Kind of funny. I found out later that South Carolina's State Flag is a portion of the moon in the upper left corner with a palm tree in the center of the rest of the flag. :>)

I believe I mentioned that JC work very hard on coming up with travel plans for the east. I have included a snap shot of a map with all the stops we will be making November through March. It's a little aggressive but there is so much to see.



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