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We said farewell to beautiful Savannah and her even more beautiful motel rooms. Tonight we would once again be going all Bear Grylls, with some hardcore outside living.
The drive to Charleston only took a couple of hours, so we arrived early afternoon. Our campsite had huge tent sites, so we shared a single pitch between the four of us. That's right, camping just got cheaper folks.
Louise once again would be ...
... t look like the rest of my family. When we got to Kiawah, it was literally about 30 minutes before everyone was in the ocean. I didn't really realize exactly how cooped up the kids were in the car until I saw them running around on the beach and in the water. It was quite a sight to see and made the whole trip worthwhile. We've since had two days of beach and pool. And it's rained every day too. Yesterday we wanted to go in the ocean so badly that we went in the rain. ...
In less thatn 72 hours we will be on our way!
As I finalize all the last minute details and think about what is ahead, I am excited and ready to take this amazing adventure with these wonderful, intelligent young women. All seems to be on track and ready to go!
So start packing and get excited! And I will see you all at the airport on Thursday morning!
... A liter of Permethrin I plan to spray on my clothing before re-packing.
2. A bottle of natural mosquito repellent. I probably wouldn't trust it in a malarial zone anyway.
3. A heavy cloth for ngondro practice. I can buy a cloth there.
4. My book on jQuery. I basically figured out jQuery on my own without reading it.
5. The glass jar for my multi-vitamins. I'll put them in a zip-lock bag.
6. A pair of shorts. No one wears shorts in ...
Today was a semi free day. We slept late as we didn't have a set time to be anywhere. The only event planned was a tour of Middleton Place. We went with two othder couples. This is an old Plantation that was acquired by Henry Middleton as a dowry in marriage in 1741. It is also the oldest landscaped gardens in America. Henry owned 19 other Plantations in the area and primarily farmed rice. Henry ...