They were loaded down with lots of equipment!!
Past through lots of pretty little towns:o)
Several One-light towns
but NO traffic!!
Pines and Fences
Hate to have to paint this fence ;o(
While we love the back roads, it is not always easy to find a place to pull over. However, with patience, we can usually find somewhere to stop and take a stretch break.
Route 521 Rest Stop;o))
Before we got to Huntington SP, we made one more stop to feed "Baby!" We haven't fueled her since we left Georgia on our trip north from Florida. She was pretty thirsty when we stopped;o) The Journey has a readout you can scroll through to see the gas mileage, as well as tons of other exciting statistics. I was pleasantly surprised to see Baby is in great shape and getting 10.7 mpg....more than we anticipated!!
Entering Huntington Beach State Park
Crossing the Salt Marsh Causeway
If we have to call one area home, this would have to be it. We spent many hours at this wonderful state park when we lived in our Stix and Brix home. I know you've seen this photo before. I promise you will see it again many times while we are here!! Not a bad place to call home;o))
Entering the Campground
All set up on Site 109
We arrived at Huntington Beach Campground where it was a windy 58 degrees;o( Tonight, it's going to go down to the 40's...YUK! We are in for a day or so of long pants and sweatshirt weather. Since tomorrow, I have a dentist appointment and need to get the oil changed in the Tahoe the cool weather will not be an issue. Then we hope it warms up so we can take full advantage of the beach and this beautiful park!!
Nancy here: I am giving Live Writer a rest. I posted this directly in blogger. Once I get things figured out, I want to go back to Live Writer so I do not have to be online to prepare the blog. But at least I got it posted!!