Baymont Inn & Suites Georgetown/Near Georgetown Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Repairs done... Necessary repair to engine & fortunate to have Just the guy for the job. Ernie the mechanic, came this morning just as promised. I took the opportunity to walk around Georgetown again. Beautiful day, but cold. Sun out but no relief in weather, so will move on ...
... and antebellum district. Gaslights line the streets. Have plans with friend we have traveled with for good low country dinner and then to Piggly Wiggly to shop later. M Wow, what a ride today. We left Waccamaw #29 Oxbow anchorage at 0730 bound for Georgetown. The first half of the trip was a sleigh ride down current with our SOG sometimes over 8 ikts. As we were deep in the swampland with the waterway winding snakelike with big trees to ...
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I receive C’s on my French and World Literature finals, and A+’s on my Algebra exam and Biology speech. Not bad, I think, for only being here one week out of the whole semester. Maybe if I get straight A’s next semester, I will feel better about being ...
June 2012. DeBordieu, SC Annual Moore week at DeBordieu. Terry and Cody came for a few days. Tommy and family were there for the whole week. Flip, Lisa, and Esther were, too. The week was highlighted by niece Lauren's marriage to Cosmin Buruga. What a surprise!
... t too heavy to start and the temperature was still comfortable, so I can’t complain. Instead of sitting in the rain, the boys retired to belowdecks. A while later, as I was navigating through another turn in the waterway, I hugged the starboard buoy a bit too much apparently. I noticed the depth gauge go from 15 feet down to 12 and then to 10. I quickly tried to correct, but at the speed we were going...thwaloomp... Luckily, like ...