The next morning we were up early to start our journey to Indian Mound State Park, TN. With Tennessee still only 22 degrees, we kept going to get to the Blue Ridge Mountain Way. Absolutely spectacular! Got a site at Powhatan Lake, plugged in so we could heat up the van, and ventured out for a great trail around a beautiful lake and off to find a hot shower. Early morning coffee and breakfast cooked on the ol’ Coleman in the van and we were off to South Carolina to Folly Beach State Park. After we arrived so did the fog, so out of the van to stretch our legs and walk a few miles on a beautiful beach, we hopped back in and headed to Edisto Beach, SC. If you have never been, I suggest hopping in this van and going now! Two state parks are both great. Edisto beach and Live Oaks which is the only one with great late night check ins for us van lifers who have no real plan before 5pm. Large looming oaks with moss hanging, hundreds of Cardinals flying around, great trails and finally some palm trees. We loved cooking dinner outside at night, keeping the doors open and just seeing the stars. So nice not to get somewhere late and not have to set up camp! The extra fold out bed was perfect when one of us wanted to read or watch something on our phones so the other wasn’t disturbed or sprawl out during a rainstorm and play some cards. After two nights, we saw a storm front coming, so we set off to Jacksonville, Florida!