Back where we left off with our previous post... Our stay at Huntington Beach State Park continued with Lucie and I working every day from our RV, Lucie on her three online graduate courses and me on Google and Haiku accounts for the K-2nd graders at St Albans City School. We took time on Friday to walk from the campground to Brookgreen Gardens, a beautiful outdoor sculpture museum situated among formal gardens in what used to be a S. Carolina rice plantation.
There were many pools with blooming water flowers.
On the walk in we saw wildlife.
Can you see the Alligator?
Every day we were at Huntington Beach we would take a walk. Sometimes on nature trails,
and sometimes on the beach.
Finally on Monday it was time to go. We headed south through Georgia stopping for the night at a Flying J truck stop just before the Florida border.
Lucie's office while we are driving down the road.
Nu Rvers, people who are working from the road. So far is has proven to be a good choice.
Yesterday, Thanksgiving, we enjoyed a wonderful feast where the campers here all brought dishes to share and the owners smoked a turkey in the smokehouse that is visible out the front window of the RV. In the evening people gathered in the club house where the musically talented among us played their instruments and we all sang along.