First 2 days on the road

Sunday, January 3/10 21 degrees at 7 AM

On the road at 7 AM. Left Chesapeake, Virginia to head south looking for those warmer temperatures. Highest for today was 42 degrees and it was a bright sunny day and the roads were dry and the land is flat. We drove east to join up to 1-95 and headed south - out of Virginia and through North Carolina. We parked for the night at The Oaks, Yemassee, South Carolina. Joined Passport America (RV travel club) and paid $19 plus tax which is 1/2 price of their regular fee. Luckily we had 50 amp service to power up the heating system to keep warm for the night.

Monday, January 4/10 23 degrees
Packed up by 7 AM and stopped at the local McDs for breakfast. Continued down I-95 through Georgia and into Florida. Again a bright sunny day and the roads are dry. We switched over to I-10 in Jacksonville Florida and drove west, past Tallahassee (land is no longer flat - gently rolling now) and stopped for the night at Juniper Lake RV Park ($19 plus tax - Passport America). Still too cold to enjoy the outdoors. Highest temperature seen today on the truck readout was 47 degrees but freezing expected again through the night. Connected to WiFi tonight to catch up on email.


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