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... driver as we all drove downtown in the Sachmobile. Charleston is a cool laid back city. Seemed like the people there were either super rich or super poor. We wandered the streets and checked out the city market, where you can watch locals weave baskets. Today being September 11th the flags outside the custom and excise building were flying at half mast, and people had written messages of sympathy on the pavement.
... ones that helped speed things up a bit.
We went straight to our hotel, The King Charles Inn, in the hope that we might be able to check in a bit earlier but alas no rooms were ready. We were able to leave our car and luggage though, so that was a good start.
We got a map of downtown and saw that it wasn’t all that big so decided to take a ‘turn’ around the city. We started at the Charleston Market ...
... us up and it should be here within the hour.
For those of you on the phone tree eagerly awaiting our arrival, please be patient. We will let you know something via the phone tree as soon as we know something, so please make sure you have your phones with you and ready.
We are all having a great time playing games and talking and hanging out in the airport, so don't worry! =)
SEE YOU SOON!!!
... I picked up the girl and we headed to Summerville to pick up some Digest-It, a product for our blackwater tank. The guy at that place had never heard of it. So we went shopping for various and sundry other needs. We drove back to camp by a scenic highway, right past the Magnolia Plantation. The traffic was heavy, so it took quite a while to get back. I had noticed that the rear window was dirty and wouldn't clear up with the wiper. When I ...
... don’t you? Bubba Makes Wheels.”
“This is low country, where everything is fried. If it ain’t fried, it ain’t food.”
A conversation with a southern lady and a lady tourist:
Southern Lady: “Where are you from?”
Tourist: “I’m from a place where they don’t end sentences with a ...