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... were picking her up to go to the beach with them. Irene, Keith and Michelle came downstairs to wish her well. It was sad to say goodbye to her as we have really become quite good friends in the short time we have been on the tour. I don't think it will be the last time I see her.
The four of us then went to dinner down on River Street again but made it a reasonably early night as we are going to Orlando ...
... there was a few holes in the canvas awning, we better move inside. Just as we sat at our new table, there was a huge bolt of lightning and m************ of thunder and it was on. The wind started, the rain started and we had a full on storm. People out on the balcony scattered as they were getting soaked. By the time they were all settled inside, the storm was over. There was lots of puddles and little ...
... It should take about 4 weeks. If we are lucky, we will see other friends we have made along the way on our Great Adventure or even make new ones. Surely we will be more knowledgeable about cruising and have a lot more fun because of it. We will be very excited about having the river system at full pool and thrilled about the possibility of taking a dip in the water every now and then. (One did not want to take a dip in the ICW with its dirty, dark waters and dangerous critters lurking ...
... chaos with unprecedented snowfalls.
Chok took me out to explore the town and go a traditional Southern breakfast of biscuits and gravy....these were not like any biscuits I'd ever seen and the gravy was white! Delicious nonetheless especially accompanied with a cherry coke topped with actual glacÚ cherries! I spent the rest of the day walking the city and exploring the river side and booked myself on a ghost tour for the evening. ...
... and neo-Gothic architecture. The city is very easy to walk around with a grid layout centred around stunning parks, each with a central statue or fountain. We were able to park the RV at the Savannah visitors centre and walk the one mile along historic streets to the edge of the Savannah River.
After lunch we took a riverboat cruise aboard the Georgia Queen. The Savannah River which divides the two states of South Carolina ...
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