We left Murrell's Inlet this morning about 8:40 after, of course, thanking Cracker Barrel for it hospitality by having breakfast! And that was Number 59. :)
We had a five hour drive ahead of us as we headed south on US 17. We really like traveling the US routes versus the interstates. There's so much more to see and, yes, you hit more stop lights and such, but that also means you travel through small towns which are often interesting. Unfortunately, we do end up on interstates more often than not because they're easier to travel on. Oh, the decisions we have to make in this life! ;)
It was a quiet day which is always nice. One thing you don't want when you're traveling is chaos or excitement! We found ourselves crossing the Savannah River into Georgia after about 3.5 hours of being on the road.
Around 2:30ish we pulled into Golden Isles Vacation Park. We stayed here overnight last spring on our way home from Alabama. It's not a pretty park by any stretch of the imagination, but the price is right at $15/night with our Passport America discount. I'll take price over beauty any day of the week.
We're here until Thursday. Looking forward to going to Jekyll Island as we've heard it's beautiful and worth exploring. There are other things to do as well. Hopefully, we'll get some good stories to share with you.
Until the next time . . .