Okay, so I haven't been blogging. I haven't blogged on Carolina Towns and Trails, either. I'm barely busting through revisions on one novel and the second chapter of another.
I have cabin fever.
Upon reading that, our good friends in the north and midwest would point at the piles of snow obscuring their car and cackle hysterically. I wouldn't blame them. While I've seen more snow this year than the last ten combined, our roads are clear. However, my husband's schedule isn't, so this little explorer is home bound.
So I have cabin fever.
I can't write with cabin fever.
One solution? Find a cabin, and spend a night there.
That may seem like a paradox, but numerous state parks in South Carolina offer cabins, and because it's the low season, reservations are often available. As soon as we can, we'll travel to Myrtle Beach State Park.
Because I have cabin fever. And they have cabins.
Let's get the word out to our northern and midwest friends!