Village at the Glens Golf Resort
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... of the most social and party happy neighborhoods in South Carolina
has taken me a few years to adjust to. There seems to be a gathering
for just about anything. Lets see, birthdays, holidays, anniversary,
it's Friday, hey it's Tuesday or maybe even our recycle bin is only
half full seems to be all it takes for a gathering to get started
around here. The 3 hour rule has been my savior each and every time,
good or bad. I have enlightened people of this rule ...
... 8220;I've been here!”, but enough for me to remember that I’d spent the day seeing the rural side of Jamaica and Yes!, I've been to Bob Marley’s home!
With my purchase tucked into a small black plastic bag I have buyers remorse before even stepping foot on the bus. Really, I don’t NEED another t-shirt. And yet, here’s my purchase, just waiting to have the tag removed and worn with pride.
With the tide status of the Cape FEAR river, dictating our schedules, for both today and tomorrow. We have no intention or desire to go out in anything but favorable conditions. This is a luxury only those without schedules can live with. Passed over the South Carolina marker(an Osprey nest)and back to NC. We are at the is ...
... br> 5) power down and enjoy first time places on voyage...Drew a wealth of knowledge.
6) watch Drew, how he does things.
7) Don't mistake advice for criticism.
8) 2$ pillows and blanket from dollar store are the best sleeping I have ever had.
9) for the first time in my life I have done something for me...
10) it takes a team, & appreciate each other.
Thank you Drew, for ...
... we need". On the way to the water I needed to stop and fill the boat up and put oil in the injection tank. All the while I am going over my mental check list. OK let’s see gas, oil, plug, keys, bait, check. Even though I checked and re-checked everything, yes I have the net, I had the feeling I had forgotten something. For the life of me I could not figure it out.
As we pulled up to the ramp, Gail and I started the launching process. I backed down ...