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... river, southern sunset, cold American beers and delicious food. We tried a few classic southern dishes... Grits, which is a creamy ground corn dish, almost like a dip (tastes amazing), Gumbo with prawns and spicy sausage, which is similar to a stew and fresh Grouper, thats a white flesh fish. The food was so good and cheap. $33 for four beers, main meals and (compulsory) tip.
We had a fantastic overnight trip to Georgetown, a stunning small southern town. ...
... and I notice that all the homes are vacated.
"Where is everyone?" I ask. "And why are the homes up on stilts?"
"These are beach homes," Mom explains. "People move their families here for the summer, and go back home just before school begins. The homes are on stilts to avoid flooding during hurricane season in the fall."
"I would live here year-round, I say. "It's so sunny and warm."
Dad drives to the address ...
... and enjoying it while we can.
This morning we left Greenwood and drove to McCormick ,just to get some extra photos of the places we missed yesterday. It rained most of the day so we just kept driving to Georgetown.. We keep coming across churches with 3 crosses and were wondering what they meant...so if anyone out there knows what they represent..We were thinking KKK but as they are in church yards I doubt thats correct.
... we left as I always do. Fuel management is key to a long distance trawler. First Forty carries two 480 gal tanks and we left home with 300 gallons. Those 300 gallons had been in the tank since last fall. Diesel fuel does not get better with age. In fact, it deteriorates. Historically we have had to change fuel filters fairly often .....perhaps every 50 hours where a normal range might be several times that. Faced with the ...
... end of Front Street.
The molasses pace of life in downtown Georgetown allows you to fully appreciate the pleasure of living in a mid-size Southern City. Georgetown is a walk around city. There are many interesting shops, restaurants, art galleries , antique stores, hair stylists, and historic houses worth viewing or visiting. Georgetown has its own theater playhouse where many outstanding shows are presented during the ...
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