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Nov 24, 2006 - Columbia, South Carolina

11/24 - 11/28 Two days brought us 208 miles to The Sesquicentennial State Park in Columbia, South Carolina. Since Columbia is the capitol of South Carolina we had to check out the Capitol building. The capitol dome is copper, but it is so tarnished that it appears black. The inside of the building is quite attractive. There are six bronze stars marking the location where Sherman's cannon balls hit the walls of the building during the Civil War. The South Carolina State Museum is located in Columbia. We spent an entire day there and barely...

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Nov 24, 2006 - Columbia, South Carolina

We reached South Carolina just two weeks after baby Beckham arrived in the world. As we pulled into Cara and Glenn's house, they were leaving for Beckham's first checkup. When they returned we were all camped out in their driveway (once again decreasing property values and increasing neighborhood gossip!). We spent a great week with Cara, Glenn, Beckham and Mom and Dad O'Neill (who coordinated their visit from Delaware to coincide with ours). As you can see from the photos, Beckham is absolutely beautiful and Cara and Glenn are naturals at...

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Sep 28, 2006 - Columbia, SC

We finally made it out of the state of Tennessee and are in South Carolina. Our destination is Myrtle Beach, but we are stopping in Columbia for a couple of days. The park we are in is called Dreher Island State Park. It is a very rustic campground, no full hook-ups, so we will only stay a couple of days. very pretty lake, wooded and quiet. We had our first big event on Sept 30th, we blew a tire on a Sat. around noon. Thank goodness we were close to an Exxon station and pulled in and found a tire place still open to get a new tire. I think...

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Aug 3, 2006 - Lexington, South Carolina

We stopped here to see some of our blugrass buddies, the Carolina Rebels. Unfortunately, they were heading up to New York State to play a festival near Syracuse, so we just had time to say hi and bye before they pulled out. We will hang out one day and then head to Jacksonville on the 5th. It has been a great trip even with the accident, but it also be good to get home to family and friends. I have had a ball putting this page together so we hope you have enjoyed our little web site. We'll do it again next year Ron, Trina and Shadow too

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Jul 24, 2006 - Helping Family in Georgia and SC

We drove back to Mary and Todd's on Saturday on July 1, which was Jeremy's seventh birthday. Again we parked the MH in front of their house and kept the refrigerator running on propane. This worked out well because M&T gave away their old fridge on Monday, July 3rd. We did have the use of a small refrigerator in the small kitchen Todd had finished in their basement, but one of us was always running out to the motorhome or down to the basement to either get something or take that something back. On Sunday, July 9th, we moved the MH over to...

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Full-Time-RVing

Mar 23, 2006 - Lexington, SC

We departed Fayetteville, NC heading South on I-95 to SC, then West on I-20 at Florence, SC toward Columbia, SC. We decided to stop for 2 nights at Barnyard Campground in Lexington, SC to organize paperwork and meet with our friends and fellow Woodall's Reps, Chip & Pat Dennis. A good time was had by all!

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Jan 13, 2006 - Columbia, SC

Stayed at an interesting campground....in a flea market/barnyard setting. Our site was right near the pond where there were tons of ducks, geese, and roosters....Yes, we were wondering when these critters went to sleep. Brandee loved sitting and watching/listening to them. Tyler totally ignored them....who can figure him out. The roosters kept to tradition and woke us up bright and early from their perch on a tree right next to our bedroom window. Heading to Hilton Head....yea!!

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Florida Trip - 2006

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