So our plans changed. I had about 1/4 of a tank of diesel, so it was time to fill up. I normally like to fill up when it gets below 1/2 so we were due. We found it for $3.32 at a Pilot and filled the Roadrunner up.
Next we called Heritage RV Campground at Exit 194. We drove about 2 miles and pulled up to the office. For $25/night it looked pretty good. Sites were level. Even though it was a mix of older and newer sites, the campground is a good one. Our site was easy to back into and had plenty of room.
Did I mention it was level? That is a big deal with me. That and no trees to scratch the motor home. The owner was friendly and we got to talk to him for a while. Things change around the first of April there with the golf tournament. But for us it is a great option. We've been way out at the Strom Thurmond COE Campground but the Internet and cell phone service is a little iffy. And the prices were higher. So I like this place and would recommend it.
After we got settled in we ran over to the other Walmart in town. The Marines were out with their Toys for Tots campaign. Santa was there and I got to shake his hand.
And a former Marine who was my age took my donation and slipped this 'coin' into my hand.
Next, we went back to the campground and got cleaned up to have dinner with Marty and Diane (Jon's parents) at Cracker Barrel.
We returned to the Roadrunner for a little TV and then called it a day.
Thanks for joining us today on the Roadrunner Chronicles!