Next year I'll opt for a shady spot back from the beach with a little more breathing room. On the other hand, the beach was only THIS many steps away. We enjoyed breath-taking sunrises and sunsets all week long.
|(I know I said we were tightly parked, so you may think I'm exaggerating when you look at this photo, but those are across the path and were tent-sites.)|
And just as stitchers who meet up and talk about their favorite road trips to shops, fellow campers love to come introduce themselves and talk about their favorite campgrounds. A camper in Rock Hill told Dave and me about another nice municipal park in High Point NC, so rather than head straight home from Myrtle Beach, we took a brief detour to High Point and spent a night in a beautiful park called Oak Hollow Campground on High Point Lake. It was just what we needed after a week at the beach. I welcomed the cool air and green trees.
Took my stitching chair down to the lake's edge and enjoyed its beauty while I stitched.
And the next morning it got a little too chilly for outdoor stitching, so I sat inside and stitched at the kitchen table.