Masters Inn Charleston North
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Good morning my last day on the water. I leave from Charleston tomorrow morning. We have 60 miles today which is around 5 hours depending on how calm the water is. They changed the forecast darn so now we may hit some thunder showers and rain right now it is sunny with clouds so we will see.
I have unfortunately woke up with Bryan's cold :-( I hope. I don't get it too bad. We are boxed in on the dock it will be very interesting getting out of here this morning, ...
... and probably the most famous of the plantations and we paid $20/person toget in, all inlusive. The oak lined world famos avenue (planted in 1743) leading up to the mansion as majestic and stately as I remembered it and the boys too. Apparently it took 200 years for the trees to meet overhead to formthe present day scenic corridor that leads up to the mansion. First we ate. Sat in yne car and finished off the Christmas ham and then we ventured out to the ...
... a long time. I really can't imagine what it would be like to go on a normal vacation to a normal beach, set up the beach chair and the cooler and have perfect weather every day for a normal week. What fun would that be? Somehow, normal has never been a part of my life. Adventurous, crazy, unusual, insane, full of character, one of a kind, memories you'll never forget, all those words are much more descriptive of my vacations.
So I wonder what tomorrow will bring?
... fired up that he was coming for the afternoon. He got there about 3 and the boys immediately kidnapped him and took him up to the beach where they played ball and swam in the surf. Blossom and I spent the time relaxing and trying to figure what to do for dinner. The sky was looking ugly so we decided when the boys got back we would go out. They got back about 7pm, showered and we went to Culthane's Irish Pub for dinner. Food was awesome! Irish Nacho, Shepherds Pie ...
... although no doubt the booze helped.
After lunch we had time to procure a few provisions and wander round Marion Square before returning to James Island to prepare for the next leg of our trip to Savannah Georgia. We needed to be up at three in the morning so an early night was in order.
Our visit to Charleston was really lovely and we have marked it down as being really worth an extra visit. And the sunshine was really therapeutic ...
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