Masters Inn Charleston North
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... et Chantiers de France between 1971 and 1973, the ships served commercially before being purchased by the United States Maritime Administration (MARAD) in late 1985 from the Barber Steamship Company.
All five ships are currently berthed at Charleston, South Carolina as part of the Ready Reserve Force (RRF) in Reduced ...
... clothes over again and again. Thank goodness for drip dry! And for being two people who don't need fashion although do enjoy looking nice. Richard and I will be the casual Americans traveling from CHS to LAX to MEL. We then drive to Sydney fly to Cairns where we will stay in the Canopy Tree Houses. We will fly to Auckland from there and then on to Tahiti for a few days before returning through LAX to CHS. Stay tuned for ...
... Milton and Diana aboard Tantalus are here. We invited them to dinner later. Maggie took the shuttle to Harris-Teeter and returned with food enough to stock the larder for a good while. She prepared a great spaghetti dinner for our guests after which we spent an hour chatting, drinking wine, and telling jokes.
Early to bed with the sounds of rain against the cabin top. It doesn't get more peaceful than this!
... his exploding shells--only solid shot could be used against the Rebel batteries. At about 7:00 A.M., Union Capt. Abner Doubleday, the fort's second in command, was afforded the honor of firing the first shot in defense of the fort.
The firing continued all day, although much less rapidly since the Union fired aimed to conserve ammunition. "The crashing of the shot, the bursting of the shells, the falling of the walls, and ...
... local police stop us!!! we did not have a wake but they thought we should have been idealist through OMG ....so a cash ticket our first speeding ticket hehe. We saw them stopping others too I think they needed their quota!
We passed Fort Sumpter very cool...interesting if you have forgotten from school: