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... look so good, it would take a year to try them all.
After dinner we went back to the historic section of Charleston, back to a different park at the harbor and walked around as the moon rose over the water--almost a full moon. It was just beautiful, and it had cooled down considerably by this point so it was quite pleasant. A relaxing way to end a full day. Y'all tune in tomorrow for more stories from the deep South!
... then headed over to Fort Moultrie (3 more stamps today!!) which served as a defense for Charleston harbor during the Revolutionary War, Civil War, and World War II. Sadly we didn't have time to make it across the harbor to its more well known partner, Fort Sumter, but we got some glimpses of it from the beach on Sullivan's Island. Sullivan's Island must be the beach destination of all of Charleston because everyone was there today! Yet ...
... more than a slice was just too much bacon.
Entrees were bologna stuffed quail (they make their only bologna) with an okra succotash and shrimp and grits with slow cooked pork, peppers and onions. The quail was wonderful, cooked perfectly and the succotash was flavored wonderfully. However, the shrimp and grits was one of the best dishes I've ever had. Even though it was 95 degrees outside (we sat on the porch), and the dish was piping hot...I ...
Renee and I went to Patriots Point. This is one of the
world's largest military maritime museums. We again managed to arrive
early enough to be the first ones in line to buy tickets. Got onto the
10:45 Fort Sumter tour, which gave us plenty of time to tour the USS
Yorktown and USS Laffey. We were glad to be there in the morning as it
was already warm in the ships. We toured the living quarters on the
Yorktown as well as ...
... the water is fed by natural springs near by. Water temp is 72F all year, so we rented a tube and floated down the river for a couple of hours, was a bit chilly but refreshing.
Wanted to go on an airboat ride, so found the small town of Wildwood, where they had rides nearby. Too bad the 'gators' were in hibernation but really enjoyed and the boat operator had lots of stories to tell.
Florida has golf courses everywhere. There were 55 ...