Saturday, July 21, 2012

A charmed life

We are at the Camping World in Pooler, Georgia, just off I-95 (map). This is a familiar stop for us, and we were happy to land a spot. There are six sites here with 50-amp power, nominally for use by traveling customers. That said, four of the other five are taken by unoccupied rigs, presumably customer rigs awaiting service of some kind, and the remaining site appears to be housing an employee.

We must be leading a charmed life, because the rig that was in this spot before us was just pulling out as we rolled up. I pulled into the space immediately from the street, which has us facing "the wrong way," but I did not want to risk losing the spot even by turning around. When we stayed here last year, we ended up sitting out on the street for a half hour or so, and got lucky that time too, as the service department came out to pull one of the rigs into the bay.

Our original plan had been to spend a couple of nights here in the Savannah area, probably at nearby Skidaway Island State Park. We have friends in town and it would have been nice to visit. But moving the boat viewing up to tomorrow, along with the logistics of renting a car, mean that we have to keep moving along. In a few minutes, we will continue south to Jacksonville, where we are hoping there will be a spot available at the Elks lodge.

1 comment:

  1. We really enjoyed our three days in Savannah. It was however, the most we had to pay for an RV park in the entire winter ($60 per night) and even that was a good fifteen or twenty minutes out of town.


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