We went RVing at Huntington State Park. The weather was nice, but kind of cold in the morning. We were suppose to go, back in October, but that's when we had all that flooding and the highways were closed the day we were suppose to leave. So I called them and they said they didnt give refunds but I could transfer my reservation to another date. So that is what I did. I found out later, from a friend, that she was given a refund for 3 days of her trip because she couldnt get their either. They were staying 2 weeks. Im not sure how that happened. Weird.
We went on Friday mid-morning and then met Stephanie for lunch. She went back to work and we went on the the park. We had a nice level spot that was right next to the path that leads to the beach. I made sure of it this time. When we stayed at Hunting Island park, we had to walk passed all these campers in tents and open type trailers and I was worried we were waking people up.
The dogs ran alot the first day. I think they were exhausted after that. They didnt seem exhausted the first day but by the 3rd , they didnt run around much.
I dont know if you can see it or not, but this bird is eating a snake.
Lots of people were taking pictures of this bird. Not sure why.
That night we went to BrookGreen Gardens. They have on the weekends a thing called "A Night of a Thousand Candles". Its was very cool. Tons of lights on all the trees. Also tons of people.
We came back Monday. To bad we woke up to pouring down rain. This place doesnt have the dump tanks at your site. So you have to pull up to them when you leave the RV area. Even though we knew it was going to rain, we couldnt dump the tanks early unless we wanted to take everything down and move the rv. Then set everything up again. So I was standing in the rain emptying the tanks on Monday morning. We got back to Columbia and it was a beautiful, sunny day.