Locked and loaded, March 10, 2015 – Darlington, SC
We were hitched up and loaded (with the exception of last-minute items) yesterday. I was pleasantly surprised with the weather; there was no rain! Yay!
Having worked overnight – our last shift at the Darlington, SC location – we by no means got an early start today. No alarm clocks. We headed out midafternoon and had an uneventful trip west on I-20 to Barnyard RV Park in Lexington, SC. The only “event” of the day was seeing a car that was smoking by the side of the road; the occupants had just gotten out. Going by at 65 MPH, I didn’t see any flames. Hope there wasn’t much damage and that everyone remained safe.
Site A-2 at Barnyard RV Park in Lexington, SC – 102.6 miles today
We stayed overnight here in the site next to ours during August 2010. Wow. Over four years ago. This is a nice park; it’s not frilly by any means,but the facilities are clean and the sites up front are nicely spaced. It’s definitely good for an overnight stop, with easy access from I-20. Back in 2010, there was a Piggly Wiggly across the street, but it’s no longer in business.
Took a bit of a stroll around and visited with some other folks. Yes, it’s nice to be around people again and RVers in general. Conversations are easily started; we have at least one thing in common.
You might think we’d be up until all hours of the night tonight having been night owls the past five months, but . . . I bet my bed will feel pretty darn good in a little while. We’re just kind of going with the flow sleep-wise, allowing ourselves to rest up and get back into normal days and nights.
After all . . . we are on vacation, too!
Well, that’s it from this wanderer tonight.
“I never want to leave this country; all my relatives are lying here in the ground, and when I fall to pieces I am going to fall to pieces here.”
- Wolf Necklace, Palouse
365 Days of Walking the Red Road
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