December 30 – Wade to Fayetteville

We wooke up this morning to a gorgeous sunrise!

As was the case yesterday, our early travels were almost traffic free and punctuated by water towers,

decaying homes,

unique license plates,

a surprising number of boats being trailed,

a beautiful mural on the back of a motorhome

a number of American flags

the reflection of the front of our motorhome in the rear window of a fifth-wheel,

and a beautiful 1968 bus conversion now serving as a mortorhome to a fellow Pennsylvania RVer we met along the way.

Then …

and they weren't lying.

However, what continues to amaze us is traffic which is crusiing along near or slightly above the posted speed limit which suddenly grinds to a halt … and then several miles ahead picks up speed again … with no apparent reason for slowing … no accident, no road work, no breakdown, no event which would cause rubbernecking.

After arriving at the Hilton Head RV Park & Marina … one of our favorite campgrounds when heading south … hooking-up to the utilities, attending to some housekeeping chores and making a minor repair to our shower

we decided to take a walk around the campground.

Aside from seeing the first flowers we'd seen in months

we were amazed at the Christmas decorations many of the RVers had set up on their sites.

However, the decorating didn't stop at the water's edge … as some of the boat owners were not to be left out!

After dark, many of these decorations were even more spectacular.

Over the next couple days we plan on catching up with friends and family in the Hilton Head and Bluffton areas.

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