68 deg. clear, no wind.
Forecast tomorrow - Abundant sunshine. Record high temperatures expected. High 86F. Winds light and variable.
As promised, here's a few more photos that Jim took at Apache Family CG in Myrtle Beach, SC
Jim took this photo, standing in Nora's doorway.
View of beach from the top of the small dune
Looking back towards our site from dune.
Road between our site and dune.
The Apache CG is nice and the view is great if you can get a water-front site, but they do pack the RVs in here and you don't have much room on either side.
Because we had a 2:00 pm check in time at our next stop, we didn't leave the Apache CG until about 10:35 this morning. We returned to US 17, following it South down to Charleston where we took I-526 around the North side of the City, connecting with 17 again on the West side of the city. We then followed 17 to Jacksonboro, SC where we turned NE on SC 64, 64 took us up to Walterboro and to the New Green Acres RV Park. It was 2:20 when we pulled into the park, so it took us about 3 hours and 45 minutes to travel the 167 miles down here and stop to fill Big RED's fuel tank in Walterboro.
Not too bad when you consider the very heavy traffic in Myrtle Beach and Charleston.
Oh, and while I'm thinking about it, we haven't seen much damage from hurricane Matthew, all the way down the coast from Virginia Beach to the Apache CG which is on the Northern edge of Myrtle Beach. Today, however was another story. We saw many, many trees down along side of US 17 in the center part of Myrtle Beach, down to Murrells Inlet and a lot of trees down all the way to Charleston. We also saw some areas that were evidently flooded as the people had moved furniture and other belongings to the curb for pick-up. There were also a few homes that had tarps over their roofs, so I'm surmising that they have roof damage.
I feel so sorry for some of those people. They have lost everything.
We're only staying here at New Green Acres for one night. Tomorrow, we'll be heading further South.
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