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... a great little bakery where M&L scoffed down a couple of huge slices of chocolate cake, myself and Les who are of course super health freaks (Our body's are our temple's) opted to only have a small single chocolate each.
Finished the day with a couple of beers in a sports bar where the Marshmeiers thrashed the Sachs at darts. I believe we have identified their weakness for all bar related activities. Dinner was had ...
... down but could not wait to get off the boat and onto the steady landing at Fort Sumter.
As most everyone knows, Fort Sumter is famous for being the spark that fully ignited the War Between the States. In April of 1861, a cadre of Union ships operating under orders from President Abraham Lincoln, in office for roughly a month, attempted to resupply and reinforce troops stationed at the fort. The Confederacy considered their ...
... small town. Now this is a first! We come to a complete stop on the highway. And why, must you ask? There are 3 large steer in the middle of the road along with an old man trying to heard them back to his property. This was really quite a show from our gargantuan windshield, providing us with a good 5 minutes of entertainment. Another 100 miles and a funnel procession later we arrive at Chehaw.
Last few states and last 2 weeks of road trip and nearly enough of signtseeing as Helen is getting very blazae about historic sights! Can't believe how many churches we've seen and most are out in the middle of the boon docks. Most of our trip between cities has been on back tracks and not the interstate highways. The road system here has been awesome. Even many of the back tracks are 2 land roads.
Visited Myrtle Beach, Sth Carolina (similar to ...
We got an early start this morning and easily found our way to I-26 south. Our destination being Charleston, the easier and shorter route was smack down the ol' Interstate. It was an easy drive of about one hundred and forty miles. I did miss the great scenery afforded by the "back roads", but not the traffic lights. We encountered only three enroute and were we ...
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