Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Hurricane Matthew People

We made our move south a little more Monday.
It was to Lake Sinclair Campground we did get one of the five electric spots but not one of the good ones.  The one site that was open was a tent site on the other side of the road with just a little bit of room. I didn't even consider this site upon arrival, I drove on down to the two sections without electric to see if I could get one that would do for our motorhome.
After looking I then went back to the one electric site to check it closer. I told Nancy that it looked like it might be possible to get the motorhome in it with some extra maneuvering.
Then yesterday one of the other more suitable sites came open so we moved over and took it.
Yes that one was much better.
 We have been coming here for many years and parking our 34' motorhome and when you check the campround out on the government site information it says 22' limit.  But that's the way it reads and when I want to stay in a campground I go see for my self.  There are many camping spots that have the sites suitable for foldup campers or tent that will hold a larger camping unit.
This is the beach area of Sinclair Lake and on the opposite side of the road is the picnic area.
There are more people here than usual.  I have talked to a couple of them and they are from the Myrtle Beach area and came here when they had to evacuate from the when hurricane Matthew blew in.
We went to Milledgeville yesterday to get our prescriptions filled at the Walgreen Pharmacy.
From there it was to Advance Auto to get some rubber seal strips then it was one of our favorite places to eat that would be Judy's for their buffet. The restaurant doesn't have a large buffet but they do have five different meats, six or seven vegetables a salad bar with the main type of things, home made cakes and pies.  
Now the kicker is l@@k close now the senior price with tax is(drum roll please) $6.00 can you believe that.
After eating more than we should it was off to Walmart and Dollar Tree.
After getting back home putting the groceries in their place we settled down with a cup of coffee and a little computer time.  It was a busy day for us.

Thank you for stopping by and have a great day.     



1 comment:

Rick and Kathy Rousseau said...

We've noticed the same thing about the site sizes. Most say a smaller size RV than what can actually fit but we have seen others that the recommended size would have you parked partially into the roadway.
We visit the Buffet style restaurants when we can't make up our minds on what to eat. If we do go to a buffet we try to limit the size of our plates and the number of refills so we can actually walk back to our vehicle.
Be Safe and Enjoy!

It's about time.