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... of Charleston against attacks from foreign powers, especially England, and pirates. Construction had not been completed, when it was first attacked in 1776 by 9 British warships. The ships were turned back, and Charleston was saved from British occupation. The fort was later named in honor of its commander, Colonel William Moultrie. It falls under the National Park Service, so Jayne was pleased to use her bargain lifetime senior ...
Yesterday, we played golf in the afternoon after a morning at the beach and pool. Then we had our anniversary surprise, a chef came to the house and made dinner, the best part being the chocolate cake. Today, mom and I went to store while everyone was at the pool and beach. Lazy afternoon with dinner by ...
... t worried about it and were just going about their day to day stuff.
Now the radio is telling us that the ferry to Ocracoke Island is not going to be working on Friday so we may have to cut our trip short as that is the only way to get there. They are also saying that the storm should be all over by lunchtime Friday, so they may start it again in the afternoon. We will play it by ear.
Our hotel is ...
... d love even more if it would help even just one person to step out of their comfort zone and enter this spectacular realm of living. Over the next few days I'll write a post about saving up, my very basic "planning " stages, packing, and the like. The good stuff will start shortly after February 3rd when I land in Bali.
Oh, and please spread this around! It will be way easier for me to keep up with this if I know people are actually reading it!
... flight. The ‘flight’ was 12 seconds and occurred on Dec 17th, 1903. A memorial to them and their history is all there to be seen and we promised ourselves that we’d visit the actual Aircraft in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington in the coming weeks.
We enjoyed the Outer Banks - sunshine, beaches, stilt houses, azaleas, wisteria, Osprey and Egrets and so much of it to ourselves. We were sure we’d chosen a great time of ...