Where are we today?
Cypress Camping Resort, Myrtle Beach, SC.
While in Maryland, in addition to the trips mentioned in our last post, we also did a trip through Annapolis over to Oxford, MD on the Eastern Seaboard, where we had a wonderful lunch at the Robert Morris Inn. Of course we had seafood. My bowl of Cream of Maryland Crab soup was just wonderful. We walked through the very quaint and very expensive town which is situated on a small bay off Chesapeake Bay.
|The waterfront at Oxford, MD|
|The Robert Morris Inn|
|On the beach in Oxford, MD|
|Our site at Wilderness Resort|
|The pool, closed for the season.|
|One of two lakes|
|Walking through the HUGE park|
|Timmy tried to catch the ducks|
|RCI Timeshare resort in the resort|
|Lovely log cabins|
|Lake front cabins|
Monday morning we headed out again and arrived at Camping World in Hope Mills in NC. We were booked in for the installation of our new satellite dish, a Winegard Trav'ler 1000, on Tuesday. We have had this on our wish list for 2 years and have finally saved enough to actually get it installed. While I watch very little TV, Michael does enjoy his TV. We were given permission to park overnight in the yard, and in the morning we got up bright and early for our 8 o'clock appointment. While the dish was installed we went and had breakfast at Denny's in Hope Mills, NC. It turned out that the Denny's had just opened for the first time that morning. It was so busy, but the service was excellent as there were management people all over the restaurant. Back to Camping World to find the job complete and our new fully automatic satellite dish installed. A quick tutorial by the installer and we were off.
|Michael is a happy boy!|
|Locked into the satellite at the touch of a button!|
We got to Myrtle Beach in the early afternoon of November 20th and booked into a Christian campground called Cypress Camping Resort, another Coast to Coast Campground and brand new. We were only booked in for 3 nights, but managed to extend for another 5. The resort is very nice. Concrete pads for the RVs (not all are level) Sparkling clean bathrooms and laundry and a large community hall/worship center/conference center. It is right on the Intracoastal waterway and you can watch the water craft going past from a large wooden dock. We will go back there, without a doubt. Lovely staff.
Today is American Thanksgiving and the resort provided deep fried turkey, campers provided all the sides, trimmings and desserts. It was a wonderful meal and as usual I forgot to take photos. While at Cypress we toured Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach State Park, Huntington State Park and the cute seaside town of Georgetown.
|Beach at Myrtle Beach State Park|
|The Intracoastal Waterway and the large dock|
|Looking South on the Intracoastal Waterway|
|The campground from the dock|
|Kayaks for rent|
|Nice concrete pads and all sites are pull throughs.|
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