The only problem with that is it makes the humidity go through the roof.
The pine trees can be seen as far as the eye can see.
Of course your vantage point has to be on a hill to see very far as the road is lined with pines.
The roads were a lot better today and before you know it we are in Florida.
Our travels down Highway 98 were very slow but I enjoyed seeing how much the area had changed from our last trip this direction.
Not sure that Chuck enjoyed all the stop and go traffic, which was due to all the traffic lights!
He says we will not be taking this road on the way out next week for sure.
Once again Lupi tells us our destination was on the left, and you guessed it, she is wrong.
We have to go past our turn and make a U-turn!
We find an area that will allow us to do the u-turn, and go back to the entrance of Topsail.
He and his wife Debra are not but about 6 sites down from us.
We are using every inch of the site because I am wanting to be able to open the back of the trailer so we have our patio area open.
Bummer for Miss Bronco!
I am busy packing the things we will need to take to the beach.
There is a tram that you can ride to the boardwalk, so we make our way to the closest tram stop.
It runs every 30 minutes during the peak season, but after Labor Day, it only runs every hour.
We have our little red wagon and our chairs with us, but as soon as we get to the beach area we realize we should have brought our umbrella!
There will be another trip to the local Walmart to get an umbrella and noodles before our next trip to the beach.
The day was a lot of fun.
I can't say enough about the area we are staying at.
One thing we noticed was that everyone seems to have a bicycle, and they use them!
The boardwalk area has a nice area for leaving the bikes when you are on the beach.
We will get the hang of this beach life very soon, promise!
Back at the trailer we take Bronco out for a walk and exercise.
Chuck cooks some steaks on the grill tonight, and we settle in nicely to our site for the next 5 days.
Our kids come to Rosemary Beach every year, so we have to see what it is all about.
I understand why the kids love coming here.
I spy a Walmart so I run in and pick up the supplies we are needing for the beach.
Equipped with noodles, umbrella, and a few other necessities we head back towards the trailer and Chuck makes a quick stop at an Ace hardware we had seen earlier.
So excited to see that Starbucks has the "you are here" cups for Florida.
Just one of the little things I have started collecting with our RV travels.