Another beautiful day and another beautiful drive. Only 71 miles! It was kind 'a hard to do that short of a drive, the Journey barely warmed up to operating temperature.
We did this short of a drive because we were very close to our goal when we stopped last night. This morning we headed out and in a little over an hour we arrived at our first workamping job.
There is a special campground for the volunteers that work here at the J. Strom Thurmond Army Corps Of Engineers (COE) Recreation Area in Modoc, South Carolina.
We have a beautiful, FHU site (50 amps).
The concrete pad is huge, giving us plenty of room outside,
and a great view of J. Strom Thurmond lake.
We have to put in 20 hours a week (between the two of us), doing various tasks to help run and maintain the COE area campgrounds and use areas. No bathroom cleaning required! :c)
We get to choose jobs and work our own schedule. Pretty tough assignment.
Our gig here has a very nice bonus. We’ll be working here with our special friends, Mike and Terri Young. We’re looking forward to a great time.
However, the question is will we be actually working with the looming government shut down? We’ll have to see. The good news is we don’t have to worry about not getting a paycheck! :cD
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