We left Williamsburg VA early Sunday morning and headed on down Interstate 95 for the next few days. Our drive was rather uneventful, but I did get a few pictures.
Signs of the south are beginning to appear. The first cotton field we came upon was being harvested.
The North Carolina Welcome Center had a nice big whirligig in the yard.
We spent one night in a large Walmart parking lot in Roanoke Rapids NC with 15 other campers! Most of them were from Quebec. Canadians heading for Florida for the winter. The people we did talk to only spoke French. We were definitely the minority.
South Carolina had the cheapest gas we have bought in years! $1.82 per gallon. Nice 🙂
Tonight we are in Skidaway Island State Park just outside of Savannah, Georgia. We paid for one week for now. It’s been raining a lot and there are flood warnings near the Atlantic coast. The high water covered the road leading out to Tybee Island and cut that off from the mainland for most of the day. More rain and more flood warnings are predicted for tonight and tomorrow. We should be fine where we are.
Skidaway is one of the most beautiful state parks we have been in. I love all the spanish moss hanging from the trees. The spot we are in is huge, we could have a party here if we wanted to! Or not.
- Gasoline: $98.50 @ $1.82
- Lodging: $218.40 (Senior price / weekly rate)
- Daily Park pass: $5