Courtyard by Marriott Charleston Waterfront
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... and offloaded for more valuable cargo, reminding us of home.
Charleston has many fine dining establishments and the two we sampled were excellent examples!
Sunday was spent in the company of Nick, a fellow Long-EZ owner based in Charleston. He very kindly collected us for a delicious home-made pancake breakfast followed by a driven, conducted tour of the areas we hadn’t seen. Sights included the city’s main airport combined with an AFB and Boeing factory, ...
... calling for "Decoration Day" to be observed annually and nationwide. It was observed for the first time that year on Saturday May 30; the date was chosen because it was not the anniversary of any particular battle. According to the White House, the May 30 date was chosen as the optimal date for flowers to be in bloom.
In 1967, the Federal Government officially changed the name to Memorial Day. On June 28, 1968, the Congress ...
... to 20th, as it was subtitled "From Gospel to Gershwin." Several talented performers included a clarinetist, pianist, a guitarist who played multiple stringed instruments and a bass-baritone who sang 3 pieces from "Porgy and Bess" including the one quoted in part above. The program concluded with "Amazing Grace." It was a wonderful concert!
... first "shark's tooth" on the underbelly of a starfish and Ruby saw a turtle, unfortunately missing his head. They can now identify most of the shells they collect.
Kate and Chris took Foster for a walk on the beach. He quickly fell asleep in the fresh air, so Mom and Dad enjoyed the beach. Apparently Kate got her frisbee groove back and is now ready to challenge Todd.
It was the day ...
... 8217;s room and just visited for a while getting to know them better. Then we walked to Kominsky’s for dessert and coffee. Since I had had a wild night previously there was no way I was having both caffeine and sugar that late so I just had water while the others shared a tasty looking fruit cobbler with ice cream.
Back to the campground for us and on to bed after a great but long day.