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Old 06-27-2013, 06:01 PM   #15
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As far as a week or two at a beach area, I don't see anything bad about that. When we go to Myrtle Beach SC. the campground we use has maybe 200- 300 sites right next to the beach. We like a site further back in the pine forest / shady sites by the pool area. It's a 5 minute walk to the beach. We keep all our shoes and sandals outside the RV.

Our usual day goes as: breakfast, maybe a bike ride on the beach, head to the beach about 11, go back for lunch which we eat outside on the shaded table, then either back to the beach or hit the pool for a few hours. At 3 or so we head back to the RV, get our shower bags and clean clothes and use the campgrounds shower facilities. Then were off to dinner by 5 to beat the crowds...We try to limit sand being brought into the RV...I sweep off the patio mat 3 or 4 times a day and leave all shoes outside on the mat.

As far as bikes, you want to make sure you don't ride in the water or the soft deep sand where sand gets into the crank case area. Otherwise hose or powerwash your bike off real good after your vacation.
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