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... then, Splash! Of course, I fall in the water.
Woohoo, it is not exactly frigid like the North Pacific, but not exactly warm either. The board is amazingly stable and I slide back on, get to my knees, and I'm up again. But this time my knees are shaking and I can't get them to stop. So, back down to my knees, paddle a while longer until my body calms down. I'm able to stand and keep ...
... I'll admit to a consuming panic when I think of my purpose in going. While I love to travel just for the sake of leisure, this is a whole different sort of adventure.
I've been accepted to a Memoir Writers' Retreat, which is held at Markree Castle in Sligo. Who am I to embark on a trip halfway round the world to write a memoir, for God's Sake?? I'm not generally in the habit of flitting across the Atlantic to scribble out some prose ...
... city. Unlike where we are staying.
My photos aren't well labelled tonight, as I'm a little tired. I would have liked to put their addresses and construction date. Will try to do it another time.
PS Seamus texted last night to say he and Paddy are in Ireland. Staying in Cork, from whence several of their ancestors were sent to Botany Bay. On their father's side. I suspect they will enjoy themselves there.
... we went straight into the heart of Charleston for some rooftop cocktails and good conversation, ate some fried green tomatoes, collard greens and red rice.. Southern Delicacies. We decided to wait until we actually see an alligator and armadillo to try dem gator bites and fried armadillos! The night then led us on a few ghost adventures and ended at an Irish pub, where Shimmy felt at home with her kin (Ireland is in her ...
... was an unhurried drive through lazy towns in the middle of nowhere. Edisto consisted of a post office, 2 single wides, a handful of small houses and a couple of gas stations. At least that is what we saw from the highway. At times the trees were so thick and tall and so close to the road, we lost satellite reception on the radio.
By the time we hit Ravenel we knew the sea was near by the names of ...