Parked in Charleston, South Carolina

We all know that “The South” has a rep; they’re downright nice folks. What you may not know is that their cities also flaunt excellent hospitality for motor travelers!

For instance, in Charleston, South Carolina we found that you can overnight in your RV in a garage in the city for ten bucks. This, plus an amazing close-by county park, make visiting Charleston in your motorhome, trailer, RV, or camper van, handier than a pocket on a shirt.

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More Than A Butter Lady & A Book; Savannah, Georgia

Somewhere between the sweet-smelling flowers in the city squares and the piss fragrant alleyways, you’ll lose yourself in Savannah’s tell-tale spirit. The marionette show of Spanish moss will capture your imagination as it dances an eerie ballet in the light breeze that dusts your cheeks.

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DIY Travel Guide: St. Augustine, Florida

St. Augustine, Florida

St. Augustine is a popular, historic, waterfront city that oozes with well deserved tourism. Just like many other great places, the city caters to curious travelers and vacationers.  We found some spots seemed a bit contrived while others are still holding on to the local flavor. As luck would have it, we received a local insight from our Aunt Judy and Uncle Fred, on the best spots in the historic district plus their cool local hangouts.

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Rolling With The Tides in Cedar Key, Florida

This little spot on the Gulf Coast of central Florida is the longest camp location we’ve stayed in yet. A much-needed slowdown was in order, and based on a few recommendations it sounded like just the spot to park our roving wobbly for a bit.

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Mardi Gras like a Southern Louisiana Local

In Southern Louisiana Mardi Gras isn’t just a day, it’s a season.

Like Carnival, the Gulf Coast’s celebration is dripping with masked merry makers and high spirits. This momentous celebration of over consumption leads right up to the first day of Lent, Ash Wednesday.  Around here Mardi Gras is as important as Christmas, including days off of work, huge meals, and piles of shiny bulbs and beads!

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