Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Windshield time

Hello From Team Terry,

                                    Well it has been a very busy week for Team Terry with all of the traveling we have done. We stayed at Tomoka State Park overnight and drove up A1A up to Flagler Beach State Park, What a beautiful drive it was traveling along side of the Atlantic Ocean, We had a beautiful campsite and we got to do some bike riding from our campsite to the beach which was about a 10 minute ride, My wife and i walked the beach together while she did some videos for our You Tube channel,, We spent two nights at this beautiful Park before driving north up A1A to Anastasia State Park in St.Augustine Florida for two nights. The site we had was in the wooded area with a lot of shade, We went on another bike ride from our site to the beach which is located inside the Park. We spent some time on the beach looking for shells and sharks teeth and a some photo taking.

                                 Our next traveling was north up I 95 to to The oaks of Point South,It was a nice drive with a lot more traffic than i had intended for a week day, When we finally got to our exit our GPS misdirected me again ,taking me to the wrong place, Thankfully the place had a large parking lot so we could turn the coach around, We found the street where i had to turn and made it to the Camp ground where we would be spending two nights. we did some laundry while here and got all rested up for our next travel day to Wilson North Carolina, where we spent the night in the RV parking at  the Flying J Truck Stop. When we woke up the next morning it was 38 degrees in the coach,brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. After thawing out some i walked into the truck stop and bought coffee for the two of us and proceeded back to the coach to get ready for our drive to the Outer Banks for our next couple of weeks of Camping.

                                Our drive to the Outer Banks was nice until we got to the first of three Bridges we had to cross to get to the Outer Banks, the first wasnt too bad except the cross winds that were blowing, I had a tight grip on the steering wheel because the wind wanted to blow the coach of the bridge. the second bridge was even worse because it was so High up that the wind was real strong and going off the bridge it was rough making the front of the coach to bounce up and down, And the third bridge was even worse because it only had one lane open to get across it and it was very tight, Well after having all the fun of the bridges, NOT, we drove south to Cape Point Campground which is a Federal Campground on Cape Hatteras, It has no hookups of any type here, we will be here for a week before taking a Ferry to our next Campground, Thank You for reading my blog and dont for get to subscribe to our website and subscribe to our YouTube Channel of team terry rving. Catch Ya on the Road

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