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... we drove into Francis Marion National Forest. By the time we got there it was already pretty dark so we found a good inexpensive campsite and parked for the night. That night was definitely the coldest night we had to deal with. It was -1degrees outside by supper time and we were both shivering in the van. We spent supper huddled over the propane as we made soup and tea. ...
... invited to the first party tomorrow evening.. :-)
After all Mortimer took me to Bosch to get my rental car.
As I espected, a typical American one - the Dogde Avenger!
It's a kind of brawny, but which car in America isn't that?
Time to explore the area between Bosch and the house of my guestfamily!
When I arrived home, Samantha and John where already home from work so we had some time to introduce our ...
... I meet up with a whole host of surfers (local and travelling) at a pot luck dinner and cook my tried and tested chocolate brownies, I explore the college campus and finally try shrimp n grits*. The weather finally starts to improve and while it's still pretty cold the sun is shining and the sky is blue! Happy Days!
*grits are a type of ground corn porridge...kind of similar in taste to risotto I found
... by staying on land. Randy disagreed and said that he and Doris would wait and take the ferry out to the fort. So for our stay at this this port we would part ways. Each to his own destination; knowing that we would meet again back on ship for our evening meal.
With the warmth of a warm southern fall day, we set out on foot to walk the historical city of Charleston, South Carolina. We walked back toward the southern downtown area of town. We passed by the Calhoun Monument ...
... that while my friends and I were at the baggage claim getting our luggage, the rest of the company boarded a van and took off for Kiawah....without us! Since it was late in the evening, we had to get an airport hotel for the evening, and we weren't picked up until late Saturday evening, even though we had to fly home Sunday. I had merely a few hours on Kiawah, and remember none of it except being madder than a hornet at my boss who was not really ...