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... is ultimately going to be corrected I hope, as well as Drews Ortho problem. The medication he got yesterday is comforting him somewhat, but makes him fatigued. He has fixed everything on the boat and has the know how and tools to do so. He hasn't spent this much time on this boat for a long time and happy for the time to do repairs. He pulls out electronics and things everyday he has forgotten about. I have ...
... the island, and I take off to go back and get the car and come back to pick him up. I'm almost back to camp when Kent comes by, in a pickup truck with his bike in back, giving me directions to meet him at the bike shop. We have met so many wonderful people on this trip who have helped us, and been kind in so many ways. We are truly grateful for each one.
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... card which bounced after one transaction when we needed to do four for four people. Andreas called CBA and John had a talk in a very reasonable manner with Laurie. Annoying to say the least with a card that is declined whenever. Happened at the Universal Studios too but luckily not when John paid the entrance fee but when he was to buy Patrick the tie. Slept really poorly in the dump of the room where the fire alarm beeped every ten breaths. Not a soothing sound to fall asleep to. Not at ...
... Flag flown in the South. After the freeing of the port; the city was renamed Charleston and Fort Sullivan which stands today as Fort Moultrie.
Charleston prospered as a trading port during the pre-Civil War days and was one of the most prosperous cities in the South. On December 20, 1860, following the election of Abraham Lincoln, the South Carolina General Assembly voted to secede from the Union. On January 9, 1861, Citadel cadets opened fire on the Union ship Star ...
... half an hour to get there. The weather was awesome and the beach wasn't really crowded because it was still morning. The tide was really low, so the beach was quite wide. We just layed down and chilled there. The beach was quite empty and we had a really relaxed noon.
when we got hungry we just got into the restaurant on the nice pier, the Locklear's Beach City Grill. The food was really good! The atmosphere was great, having lunch with a great view over the ocean ...