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... We rode in a helicopter for about 5 min for 40$ each. It was a quick ride but a great experience. After that we headed back to barefoot landing to see the tigers from T.I.G.E.R.S preservations. people were taking pictures holding the tiger but that was 100$. We just decided to look at the cub tigers through the glass. That was a nice experience. They were very playful. ...
Our true plan was to anchor somewhere along the Wacamaw River up one of the Cypress lined Creeks. Gary spent hours researching and we had up to 7 possible stops. But because of my work we needed good cell service; and after trying all 7 we knew we could not stay in this area.
So Plan H had us in Georgetown, SC for the week.
No complaints. Nice southern town; good food; and we made some friends.
... different laws, one being that cars only seem to have a rear number plate. Some cars have a front plate, but 90% donīt.
I also needed to get some items looked at on the van (a roof vent I had open while reversing under a tree had snapped off and the roof aircon unit I had knocked while using a drive-through atm machine). In addition, the van needed a new battery and a few squeaks that needed to be fixed. To top it all, I also needed to find ...
I really had to motivate my sisters. The weather is cool and wet. But I got them out eventually, and they enjoyed the day. We went to Huntington Beach State Park in Murrells Inlet. Entrance fee was $5/person and $2/person for Atalaya, the Huntington's oceanfront home. We kept our umbrellas with us as it kept drizzling throughout the day. There were covered picnic tables for our lunch.
Joe was our tour guide ...
... Bridge that marks the southernmost end of this boring waterway. An hour prior to the bridge the rain started and conditions at the helm rapidly became miserable. Rather than continue in the rain we decided to call it a short day and anchor behind the small island in the loop. Dry and with Mr. Heater going we read and napped until dinner. Maggie produced a nice meal of salmon patties, pasta and red wine. The meal was excellent and we'll hunker down here for ...