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Today we were sort of stuck to the premises waiting for the call to move. Fortunately it wasn't raining although it was still grey. But it was less chilly. I was able to get a brisk 4 mile walk along the truly gorgeous beach. Thank heavens for the polar fleece yoga pants, polar fleece vest and quilted Barbour jacket....these have all gotten great use on this trip!!! Jerry then came down and we walked for another two miles looking at ...
... our pockets for later. Hey, we live in a van! We took a late check-out so we had time to shower and enjoy the room a little longer before having to get out. We still needed to get a bit of work done so we drove to the nearby library so that we could connect to their internet. By 3pm we were finally hungry for lunch after that massive breakfast and we were ready to hit the road. ...
... on the wall was an article with the "secret recipe" for the sauce in a magazine article. We will post it. You may need a magnifying glass and no guarantee that it is the same, but if it is, you are in for a treat.
We got back out to the bike and it was all wet from dew already. We got home and crawled in to bed after a long fun day of exploring the Holy City, one of Charleston’s nicknames. It is also known as the Palmetto City, named after a tree. They are ...
... paying the heavy price of such a venture, and was in great need of nourishment. Finding a quant establishment near route 20 in Decatur, the men shared a quick feast of friend potatoes and square-shaped ground beef patties. A final fuel stop followed, and the march was on.
Riding into Charleston with guns blazing, the Birmingham regiment drove straight into the heart of Charleston’s King Street District. A young lady at Tommy ...
Today I took a drive south on Highway 17 to check out Hunting Island State Park, which is south of Beaufort on Highway 21. The entrance fee is $5 per person and then an extra $2 if you want to climb the lighthouse. It was a drizzly morning, but I started off with a climb up the 167 steps to the top of the lighthouse. The view was nice, but probably would be even better on a clear ...