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It was a beautiful day on Wednesday when we departed the Sea Mist RV Campground in Virginia Beach. We were excited to get underway again after a wonderful stay there.
We were in no hurry and wanted to let it warm up and also wanted to let the morning traffic die down some. We completed (slowly) our checklist items and pulled the coach out to hook up the car. Everything was in order so off we went.
We headed west on US 58 to Emporia to catch I-95 going south. The roads looked good and we saw no signs of black ice. Some places were wide open with plenty of lanes. And sometimes the traffic was light.
I love driving this bus. It is a smooth and comfortable ride and a pure joy.
We were a little less than half full but decided to stop and get some fuel. $281.47 later, we were on our way.
Down the road about 30 miles, we found Florence RV park. In 2010 it changed from being a KOA campground. Our 2009 Woodall's had it listed as a KOA so I looked in vain for KOA signs and turned right when I should have turned left...got pulled into an abandoned gas station and did a 'U turn'.
We called them, got on the right path and found the campground.
After 4 1/2 hours we arrived at King's Bay Naval Submarine Base, Georgia ~ about 1:00 pm. It is a 2009 Military Campground of the Year award winner and we can see why. It is well run, organized and there is plenty of space between the sites.
We were greeted by neighbors on the right and the left and thought, "this may be the friendliest place we have ever been.." We took our time setting up but enjoying the nice weather. Like 64 degree weather!
We cooked chicken and cut up some potatoes on the grill and watched some football before he went to bed.
Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles! Be safe and have a great New Year's Day!