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Mar 14, 2013 - Orangeburg, South Carolina

I left Daytona about 11:30 this morning and headed north up the peninsula. By 6:30 I had passed through Georgia and entered South Carolina on my way to my friends Joan and Gary who live in Charlotte, North Carolina. I should get there tomorrow afternoon. The only thing I noticed today was the condition of the roads in South Carolina. They are beginning to rival the ones in Louisiana for potholes and dips. They seem particularly bad entering and leaving bridges. Why can't engineers create smooth transitions to and from bridges? I guess in...

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Oct 27, 2008 - Land of Cotton

We are still in South Carolina but continue our trek south via the scenic back roads. We are spending the night in Orangeburg. It is a bit nippy here, predicted to get down to 33 degrees Fahrenheit tonight, but that is still better than 17 degrees! We’ll continue onward tomorrow and hopefully it will get warmer as we go. Happy Travels, Rebecca

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Jan 3, 2007 - Orangeburg, SC

This is a quick note to let everyone know we have arrived in Orangeburg, South Carolina. We left Sevierville this morning and drove about 230 miles. It was a great drive without any problems. We are staying at the Sweetwater Lake Campground tonight resting. We may stay two days if we change our minds. I am seeing a lot of geese and ducks in the campground and even some chickens. I will find out what's up tomorrow. :-) Check back later for more from South Carolina

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Nov 1, 2006 - South Carolina

Today was a short travel day. We will be taking two days to get to Charleston, so we stopped in Orangeburg, a small southern town just off of Interstate 20 surrounded by cotton fields, and stayed at the Elks lodge. It was a lovely 78 degrees on arrival so Larry decided to wash the trailer. After all the rain from VA and GA, and being parked under trees in the GA campground while we stayed at Duncan's house, it was a mess. Later we enjoyed dinner and drinks in the friendly southern lodge.

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Jul 18, 2006 - Tuesday

We made an early start and called Big Water, a Coast to Coast campground on the North shore of Lake Marion. That is only about 100 miles from home. If we can stay there, Karen and Nick will come up to camp with us. The first response was no, they are booked solid. As we continued South, we waited for another call from Big Water that they could find space for us. They finally called but they only had a space for two days. We wanted to stop and check it out and we wanted to get back in a pool, so we took the space. This really is a great...

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Footloose Kolmans

May 16, 2006 - Orangeburg, SC

Stopping in Orangeburg, SC for a couple of nights. This allowed us to shop and get the D (Discovery Motor Home) ready for dry camping five days at Lowes Motor Speedway. We will not have any hookups at the race track. We shopped for the food needed for the next week, as our stops at night, even after we leave the race track will not have us near any grocery stores. We played golf at the Hill Crest Public Golf Course and had a great time. This a nice course that we always have enjoyed playing. .

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