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Another cold and grey morning! Low 50s I would guess. Laurie joined us for a trip to Sarasota and the Audoban Celery Fields....a habitat for birds. We enjoyed visiting it but it was very chilly and the light was too grey for pictures. We said good bye to Laurie. Jack wanted to get a mount for his TV so headed off to Costco for some shopping followed by lunch at Buffalo Wild Wings. Afternoon was spent with us packing and ...
... there are dire warnings regarding these very sorts of incidents. It's entirely possible to literally bleed out due to lack of clotting response.
A trip to the Trauma Center at MUSC confirmed all of this and a CT scan (to ascertain there were no fractures) discovered that I also had some lumbar disk problems that explained the pain that has affected my walking ability for the last little while. Anchoring and handling ground tackle ...
... caramels, sugared pecans and benne wafers. I'd go back to Charleston just to go on this tour alone! We stopped in a few culinary stores along the way, Cooks! being my favorite with a kitchen gadget area, cookbooks, gourmet ingredients and a full demonstration kitchen where they hold cooking classes. Did I mention that there's a certain warmth growing in my heart for this town?
In my book there's no better way to wrap up a day (ok, or begin ...
Good morning up early with my cold and was happy to see a gorgeous sunrise so pretty. I will miss waking up on the water but it's time for this salty 1st Mate to head home!
Bryan will stay back and organize getting the boat cleaned and stored until November. He will be fine moving the boat on his own the dock hands here are excellent once he's away from the dock he'll use the sky hook feature so he can ...
... seen one plantation you've seen them all - at least not in Charleston. Each one that we toured had it's own "flavor", story and claim to fame. Each was truly unique. That is no doubt true because each owner was wealthy and unique.
I am glad that we saved Magnolia Gardens for last because it is the largest, most elaborate ...