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 ...
... books that need reading, cleaning that needs to be done, naps that need taking, so we don't lack for ways to spend a layover. This stop probably means we won't make our scheduled Thanksgiving at Saint Mary's, GA, but will join up with Wally Moran's "first timers"group at Port Royal (SC) Marina. We can do that very well without the time pressure
We met the live aboard family in the slip next to ours. Also, ...
... Brig. Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard, a student of Maj. Anderson at West Point, dispatched aides to Maj. Anderson to demand the fort's surrender. Anderson refused. The next morning, at 4:30 a.m., Confederate batteries opened fire on Fort Sumter and continued for 34 hours. The Civil War had begun! Anderson did not return the fire for the first two hours. The fort's supply of ammunition was not suited for an equal fight and Anderson lacked ...
... park home of over 293 different birds, I need a bird book! Bryan was very lucky to see a manta ray jump out of the water right off our bow he said it was one of the most incredible things he's ever seen...he figures it was about 4 feet across! We saw several dolphins and lots of pelicans finally I have a picture :-)
As we entered the Charlesten area it was very congested with happy Sunday boaters so of course we slowed down only doing 7 and wouldn't you know it ...