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... Ron did this only to find the primary Racor filter was almost completely clogged, primarily from detritus and algae that had broken loose during our rough ride the other day. Looks like we will be here at least another day here to fix this. This isn't a problem and both Maggie and I feel better having discovered this while tied to a dock rather than out in the boonies in some remote location. Tonight is forecast to be cold but not as cold as last ...
... the Revolutionary War.
The houses there are gorgeous, walking the streets you feel as though you've been transported back through time.
Georgetown town centre is so picturesque, right on the waterfront. The shops and cafes are actually built over the water. We walked the boardwalk admiring all the sailing boats and yummy homemade ice cream then had an early dinner at a great restaurant called Big Tuna. The perfect setting; Outdoor seating over ...
... After the snow thaws, around the end of March.” Mom replies.
“How long will it take to get there?” Artiste asks.
“Three days,” Dad replies. “We’ll stay at hotels that have swimming pools.”
“YEA!” We all cheer.
It’s a long trip, and after a couple of days on the road, we’re driving each other crazy.
“Our car smells like ...
... an increased abundance of private residences and docks along the waterway, with lots of people scooting around on the water, whether fishing or just going for a cruise. The last stretch I was onboard for was the Dismal Swamp, which really didn’t have a whole lot going on throughout.
Not a lot to report today really - even though I’ve only been back for two days of motoring, I can already see how the days will run together. I can ...
The ferry and driving time from Ocracoke to Charleston ended up being a long day on the road, we settled just north of Charleston in Awendaw to camp for the night. It was just an overnight stop for us, not a destination- though we were all pleasantly surprised with how nice the campground was. It was a small campground right on the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway, an ocean water river that runs from Boston to Key West. Wonderful trees ...