Masters Inn Charleston North
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... and common sense supersedes desire. We'll continue to backtrack our course to Oriental, staying in marinas to eliminate the need to anchor out and I'll get to my long-term Drs in Raleigh to deal with this disk problem. The trip will continue to be as fun as we can make it under the circumstances and the blog will go on.
Skipper is being real trooper, but if this is getting out of hand have backup sailor to come in. Ahoymaggie
... and lull up the fenders (my job) the journey is only 7 miles to new marina for storage.
Its been a wild month we have seen so many great things, witnesses all kinds of weather and really have learned so much about El Nido and life aboard a yacht. I have many lessons learned which I'll post later so we remember :-)
We traveled a total of 1168 NM and El. Nido managed it all with ease...a few ...
... juice, fudge flies and a frog in a box. He got a tie too to wear on the cruise! Drove for a couple of hours and stopped on Melbourne where we took into a Econo Lodge motel. Paid without inspecting the rooms which we definitely shouldn't have. We trusted the brand but omg was that a mistake. Overpriced too at $ 124 without breakfast. Bought groceries at another Winnie Dixie and had a nice dinner planning a kayaking tour in the Everglades on our return after the cruise. Issues again with ...
... attacked and took over the Fort. I think what hit home for me most was the quote in the visitors center by some southerner who, speaking of slavery, called it "our King, our Truth, our Divine Right." How anyone could really consider owning other humans a right given by God I cannot imagine.
Back on the mainland, the girls were waiting for us. Their shopping had not been too productive. We took a quick drive to "Rainbow Row", an area in ...
... beers and oysters. The place was happening but most people inside were there for drinks and not dinner at this early hour. The food was above average and gets the nod of approval for having fresh seafood, cheap drinks and good atmosphere. The oysters were again from Louisiana, which I was told, is where oysters grow wildly and easily. The oysters used for the fried oysters were farmed raised. And the clams in the Vongole were just ...