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... the lights dimmed and the glow of the cake
even brighter the bidding begins. He starts with the normal
$25,40,50,60,75,120,150,170,170,170, SOLD $175. Once again the room
erupts in applause as 3 young boys dressed in full hunting camo and
boots run up front to claim the cake that they had just bought. They
scoop up that cake and carefully walk toward the back of the room
where all the old guys were hanging out. I watched as they walked up
to an old guy and with ...
Our start this rnorning found us aground in the mouth of Jeremy Creek after leaving Leland Oil dock in McClellansville, SC. While this wasn't on our plan it did provide the opportunity to eat a nice breakfast, coming unstuck from the oatmeal-like bottom just as we finished the last of our coffee. From then on the day unfolded as planned, catching the tides just right and hitting all waypoints on schedule. The incoming tide carried us up Winyah Bay and we actually sailed ...
... it as far as Lumberton, NC, which is about 11 miles from the SC border today. 6 1/2 hours on the road, which is plenty for me. It was a beautiful drive today, but I am glad I was not on I-95 northbound. The north lanes were bumper to bumper slow almost all the way. Good to be going South.
After a broken night of about 4-5 hours sleep we got ready for the next half of the journey up the I95. Breakfast options were great, various types of toast, mini muffins, cereal and they had a waffle maker. I had cinnamon toast and a muffin but oh I wish I had made one of those waffles! They also had a range of syrups out for the coffee so I had black coffee with a raspberry syrup, yum!
Had the standard chat with the ...
... Much of the rest of the non-USA world observes the climatological milestones rather than the astronomical ones. So, for example, it's already been fall in Europe for the past three weeks. Americans just gotta be different.
At the southern end of Sumter National Forest, we head east on SC-34 (the Catawba Trail), ride through Winnsboro, cross I-77 and come to Ridgeway, South Carolina, where we stop in to a charming place for a mid-day snack. ...