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... house salad. Carol had the shrimp and grits and a house salad. All of us enjoyed our meals.
After lunch, we drove to the historic district area of Georgetown. The Chamber of Commerce has a walking tour map and we walked on several streets looking at the homes, one dated back to 1737. We walked on the Harborwalk of the Sampit River for a short distance.
We walked 2.7 miles today.
... warm, reasonably dry, and tired. We'll lay over for a day or two here until this cold, arctic mass moves along. There are (always) boat projects to do, communications to catch up with, reprovisioning, and books that need reading. Besides, this provides us opportunity to assess our weeks activity as we have been out for 7 days from Oriental. hopefully we'll get a stretch of warm weather with more pleasant conditions as we continue southward. ...
... Ocean. One day, I’m on the diving board in my bikini, when a carload of teenage boys screeches to a halt on Ocean Boulevard in front of me.
“Hey, Goodlookin, whatza gota cookin?” My eyes widen, heat rushes to my face, and I dash into our duplex to hide.
A few days after Christmas, I’m troubled when I hear the news about an ocean front hotel, recently purchased by a Negro family a few blocks from where we ...
... 8221; I reply.
“Well Lizbet, where y’all from?”
“Traverse City, Michigan,” I respond, “I have to go now.”
I rush off. From that point forward, I avoid the cafeteria, and instead, I drink Coke for lunch in the girl’s restroom. The following day, a tough-looking, petite punk girl prances in with three cronies behind her, and scatters my books all over the floor. I look ...
... how Pete and Connor feel after motoring the majority of last week too. As motoring makes for pretty comfortable movement on board, we have been able to focus on getting some projects done. I’m trying to master some seamstress skills (ha!) and fix up a button for one of the settee cushions. Connor is working on making a bigger hammock to keep some of our fresh produce in. And Pete is polishing everything in sight. Today he ...