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... the speedway for organizing a race weekend on my birthday!
Day one motoring from Niagara to Wytheville was uneventful, and we checked into our Charleston hotel by 3 Tuesday. We did the usual strolling the town, sea food at Hyman's, and a stroll troll through the market. Wednesday we finished the market stroll and jumped in the car to visit Fort Moultrie, which guarded the port for over 200 years. It was very interesting to see how ...
... gummy barrettes, little boy chocolate tool kits, chocolate fishing kits with gummy hooks - very neat.
One day we went for a walk around the area and found this really cool street with old oak trees and it was designated a scenic drive so it was busy with traffic. They should make it walking, it was very nice when no cars were going by. Beautiful home, one even had a huge elk in his driveway of small ...
... can drive on the beach down here between 2 signs - crazy.
There was some kind of competition with the seadoo kind of machines. The weather is nice, but the wind makes it cooler than you would think.
So glad to be in one spot for a week, then we move to our second spot. ...
... an easy drive! It rained all the time and at times it was coming down so hard we had to slow way down to see the road! We saw more lightning and heard more thunder in a day than we've seen in years in SD!
When we arrived at the park, someone in a fancy RV was stuck in the mud on the median! They were going to need a truck to pull them out ...
... he likes the challenge of learning something new too. After we found the right battery and ordered it we drove through Jacksonville to get to the A1A. Jacksonville seems to be a very working class city and as it was Sunday, the streets were very very quiet. It took awhile to make our way through the streets but we managed to get through Jacksonville and onto the A1A. I suggest if you ever drive down the east coast of Florida and have time on your hands ...