Maybe we should have gone to Alaska for the winter, it’s warmer there than here in “Sunny” South Carolina!
We were without power here at J. Strom Thurmond COE for over 24 hours. Thankfully, our 8KW Onan generator ran like a top and kept us nice and cozy, despite the freezing temperatures outside.
We took a ride in our car to see the damage from the ice and snow. Power lines were down all over the area from trees toppled by the heavy coating of ice.
We were amazed that the power was restored to our area so quickly. We anticipated a week or more without it after hearing all the news reports on how bad the damage was. I started researching campgrounds in Northern Florida for us to head to and and stay until things were straightened out here. We’ll save that information for another time.
On to last night, as we watched some TV and enjoyed being in our rolling home, all of a sudden the Journey started shaking back and forth and dishes in the cabinet began rattling. After four or five seconds the shaking stopped. I looked at Marti as she looked over at me and we both said “Was that an earthquake?”
Sure enough, about 15 miles from us, a 4.1 earthquake occurred! That is something very rare around here. When we say our full time RV life never has a dull moment, it really is the truth!
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