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... spots before returning to River's Edge Marina. One of our recent purchases is a ROKU devise that allows us to stream movies and TV shows over the Internet on the salon
TV. With that and the help of our Verizon wi-fi hot spot, we are well connected most of the time we're cruising. This has helped provide a little entertainment when the weather has been less than favorable for exploring.
When we reached Huckins Boatyard in Jacksonville ...
... but I didn't really get a lot out of it. I really wanted more history around the Civil War and lifestyles from that period.
Breakfast: Toast, 155 Meeting St. $16
French toast stuffed with peaches, coated in a peach cider syrup
The 10 minute queue was worth it. I really liked this place. They even had a print on the wall from my favourite artist, Michael Godard (Lost in Paradise). I could've sat in there all day talking to Lisa, ...
... was delicious. the seafood and the local dishes were great.
the last day here, we went to sullivans island. randi got a novel on the kindle called sullivans island, so we had to go see where everything took place. and we ate at poe's tavern. yep, old edgar himself was serving time at moultrine fort and he would come up to the tavern and was inspired to write a short story called the golden bug (i think).
... people don't know who he is. Guess they felt sorry for him and gave him a National Park. It was a really lovely site, so many beautiful, old trees covered in Spanish moss. The exhibits discussed the life of Charles Pinckney as well as the fascinating culture of the Gullah, the lowcountry descendents of African slaves who have their own distinct language and culture and who still reside in many of the coastal areas of South Carolina and ...
... due to another ice machine malfunction - go figure - so we backtracked north up the coast 2 hours to North Myrtle Beach, where we visited yet more of Mary's seemingly endless cadre of friends who had recently relocated from the DC area, Jim & Megan, and Lyn who was about a bull horn away across the river. These guys go way back to High School, and Lyn pulled out the Churchill HS year book and photo albums to prove ...