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... belt this afternoon. He forgot to put the tailgate on the truck down as he was driving out from under the trailer after unhooking. Lucky Again! We had Some minor scratches on the plastic thing that's attached to the top of the tailgate part of the bed liner.... It could have been much worse.
Tomorrow we plan to spend with Ed's parents and niece and do some much needed shopping, so our next update will be Tuesday evening after we arrive in Gainesville.
... to the beach, hiking on the beach a mile and a half to the place where the Ashley River meets the ocean. The hike was amazing. The beach kept getting wider and wider and there were lots of tide pools with all kinds of shells and starfish--more starfish than I have EVER seen. We even saw lots of Horseshoe crab shells, and since last night was a full moon, I am wondering if they didn't all come up to mate on the beach last night, many not making it back ...
... In the late afternoon we headed off through back roads where people from their front porches would wave to us as we rode past on our way to Washington DC.
Just before nightfall we stopped at the Day Inn Interstate Motel for the night and had dinner at Cracker Barrell. I tried my first American 'biscuit'. It is like a scone only salty, funny they serve it with jam, its an acquired ...
As we went through the town of Charlston, South Carolina we came across a very big aircraft carrier called the USS Yorktown. Yorktown itself is a battlefield from the War of Independence where England was fighting against the English colonists who were fed up with the British King and taxes and lack of the vote. The aircraft carrier was from World War II and is now a super-duper-duper museum. This ship was built at the end ...
... sweet homemade tea etc. The owner still works there and she stopped
at our table and told us about their former maid Jestine that worked for them
and died at 112 years old. Many of the
recipes were hers and they named the restaurant in memory of her.
After we walked and visited the College of Charleston which really has a
small beautiful campus right in the town and near everything. Walked to the ...
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