Holy smokes it's 10am. That's the feeling I had this morning as I gazed around the RV. Our three night stay is up at the park and we've gotta roll out by noon. Everything has been set out for the weekend and needs to be put back away. Imagine everything in your house that isn't glued down or bungee corded to the walls for a minute. Now every one of those things needs to be put away into its place before heading out or you find cat food two weeks later and wonder; how did that get there? Next is to disconnect water, power, sewer, and cable. Then pull the slide in, release the jacks, check all the drawers, check for cats, hook up the jeep and point the 70ft rig in a direction that doesn't kill anyone. Phew... out by 1130. Today we head down the road with absolutely no idea where we are going to sleep. Thirty seven miles later and we land here at the south beach campground. What is it? Let's go check it out.
It's pretty simple. Find a spot without a camper and park your junk. It's $7.50 a night a for no hookups. It's just a place to park.
I looked over at Katie when we rolled in. " You wanna stay here?" "How about two nights" was her reply.
Only an hour after we set out for the day and we already found home. It's never this easy. The temperatures are warming up and it's close to 90° two miles inland. Get to the beach and that number drops 10-15°. This means we won't be hot tonight. Nice.
To cap things off we went for a quick 4 mile walk down the beach with the dog. The ocean greeted us with gray whales swimming along the coast. Those big guys were just a little to hard to get with my phone camera. So here's a crab.
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