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... a huge pastry case, and I knew we were in my kind of joint. It was southern cuisine that included shopping shelves and refrigeration units that had a diversity of all things Mediterranean including San Marzano sauces, Greek, and Turkish delights. Hhhmmm, I miss being a foodie. That morning I had exactly what I had been dreaming of - shrimp and grits. This trip was starting off really well.
From breakfast we headed to the site that started it ...
... cabinets were painted with communal “art,” there was no furniture besides a high top table and three chairs, the living room carpet was stained and tore and the bathroom was covered in hair, mold and who knows what else. It was worse than any college apartment I had lived in.
Mysteriously the stove was pretty clean, however, the kitchen was devoid of any cookware so after a quick meal of Velveeta Shells & Cheese with bacon ...
... the site that the southern insurgents saw as they looked out over their firing canons at the Union fort in their harbor.
The Battery area was at the southern tip of the city and was our point of return back thru the city. The return trip would be thru a residential section of the city that house homes from before and after the Civil war. The homes, unlike the large palatial mansions of Newport, were large family homes of the rich and famous of 19th ...
... br> It was then time to head back to Savannah. As seems to be the normal everyday a storm had developed and the first 90 minutes driving back to Savannah was horrible! Torrential rain off and on. Skye was driving, she did a great job. I have never seen rain like it. Add the cracking whip sounding lightning and it was really nasty. This trip has shown me what real thunder and lightning is like.
Highlight: Missing the ...
... promised land; the land of milk and honey where the sun always shines. I'm going to miss the gentle humour that's been such a part of the trip. When we call in at the van Trek guide Dave always says " 3 minutes, folks, the pros take 3 minutes" - allegedly the time we ought to take filling our water bottles and grabbing a snack. We never turn around in less than five.
Today we ride 110 miles and again we ...