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... November the skipper will move her further South to Florida then over to the Bahamas for a day, it needs to leave the USA every 6 months - a tax issue! When we eventually move El Nido to Canada we will pay Canadian taxes we see no point in paying twice!
El Nido will remain in the water from November ...
Took bus tour into Charleston. We were supposed to tour the famous Citadel but it happened to be a no bus tour kinda day. So we continue on to the city. Our tour guide's name is Steve. He is an artist in his I other life. Drove around the city's for a while. Debarked and continued our tour walking around. Toured the Nathaniel Russell house. First Federalist style home built inCharleston. Has ...
... a long time. I really can't imagine what it would be like to go on a normal vacation to a normal beach, set up the beach chair and the cooler and have perfect weather every day for a normal week. What fun would that be? Somehow, normal has never been a part of my life. Adventurous, crazy, unusual, insane, full of character, one of a kind, memories you'll never forget, all those words are much more descriptive of my vacations.
So I wonder what tomorrow will bring?
... stalls with home made items such as baskets, jewelry, etc. We learned on the carriage ride that this was the slave market. No, not where you would buy slaves but where the owners would send their slaves to do their produce shopping. If I remember the story correctly the shop keepers would throw their old produce out the side windows when they brought in the new produce so the stench was enough to keep ...
Today we began our slow trek back to Montgomery and, as you might guess, rather than the oppressive humidity and frequent rains we have battled all week, we were greeted this morning with cloudless blue skies, uninterrupted sun and a high temperature in the mid-to-upper 70s. That's just our luck.
But, instead of pointing the car toward Augusta and our eventual return home, Michelle and I had a couple of fun detours to make first.