Isle of Palms & Wild Dunes Resort
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... Sunday afternoon, we were met by Captain Joe (80 years young, transplanted from NYC) who lives aboard his boat. I handed him our lines to tie up and he acquainted us with the dock and yard, even offering a ride into town for provisions. Our car was parked nearby, so we weren't in need of his assistance, but found him to be always ready to lend a hand. He was there to cast off our lines, again, as we departed. The next stop was a free dock in a city park ...
... didn't even go to the same High school, and yet knew more people and had more stories than any of them.
After the 48 hour trip down memory lane, there can be no doubt that Mary has more personal and intimate friends than anyone else on earth, not even counting casual acquaintances, Consider, other than a long stretch across North Dakota and another between Ohio and Maryland, ...
I don't quite know what inspired the "hopeless romantic" effort, other than I wanted to stay with the Charleston influence and try something totally different. The subjects are from a tiny photo in a travel mag. Unbelievably, after roughing it in the first day, Mary immediately recognized the scene from one of her favorite movies. Obviuosly a chick fltck.
... party doing the Charleston in Charleston?
Also Important Note to Kaf's travel buddies - Kaf has been invited to go to Vietnam next. Please look after her although I think she will have time to have some plastic surgery, before her next adventure.
NB: Since publication, it has been bought to my attention that the Mexican food and the crime museum was in Washington. Oops, my bad. The rest, with some poetic license, is correct.
... and our pants) before walking over to lunch when the man himself comes walking back from the beach. He was happy to stop and pose for a quick picture with us even though he still had to get ready for lunch.
Lunch with the TC street team was an experience in itself. It must have looked odd to the other people in the restaurant -- Todd Carey and 20 or so ladies, but for us it was just another day in the life. Todd did a good job of ...