Quail Run Lodge
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... that, we were in the middle of the beautiful New Teakettle River. And within a very few minutes, low tide was upon us and our stern was in mud! Unless you have experienced it, you cannot believe how quickly these tides shift. We scrambled to the bow and tried to pull on the anchor rope to reduce the scope and swing. Given that Calliope weighs 66 tons, you can guess how much we moved. Not much. But, by the time we had worn ourselves out pulling on the anchor line, the tide had risen and ...
... back to Savannah and took the trolley again but this time got off at a few places to walk around. Savannah is a beautiful city with many squares or parks throughout the city.
We are heading to Charleston, SC tomorrow and are keeping watch on the weather. It should be on the cold side but not as cold as a little north where there is lots of snow.
... in Florence it would have been e18/day! Off to Cartona where I found a hotel on Orbitz that had great reviews. Our GPS got us to the town but not to the hotel. It was pouring and Bill ( being an experienced race car driver) was exhausted and frustrated. We drove for an hour trying to find Borgo S. Pietra and finally Bill said let's just find a Best Western. NO! We didn't come all this way to stay in a place like that. Finally ...
... on a historic bus tour. It was interesting at first to ride around and hear about the history of the area - but in the end, there was just a bit too much heat and a bit too many squares and houses to hear about. Still, I was glad to do it and get to see what I could of this pretty place especially considering we're only here one day. Off to Raleigh tomorrow, then to Washington for three days before the end of the tour in New York! Every day there's always something to see or do - bring it ...