Quality Inn & Suites Hardeeville
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... obviously from google as Tom Hanks wasn't available for the picture this morning. Talking of movies, we then walked a little further down to Broughton Street and walked slap in to a movie being made there on the street. The road was closed and it was all happening, the crews, the actors and the cameras. We must find out the movie or television programme for future reference, but it was circa 1920 at a guess. The day was turning out to be very interesting, we went on down to ...
... home. He can use the heater in the workshop although I think we need to be sure we have it in the motor home when we travel. You never know when you might need it.
Our next stop was Walmart for the battery charger. We also got a few groceries including some pork chops for tonight's dinner.
We then went on in to Beaufort. I thought it was a sleepy little town but it isn't. To be a tourist town on the water in the winter ...
... to The Cinnamon Bear Country store for Max's boxers. We bought three pairs for him, I hope they are the right size and he likes them and then to the Hyatt which turned into The Bohemian for a Birdseye view of the water front. We saw a container ship come up the river, it was an amazing view watching it. Andrews camera took a bit of a workout today! We had to be back and ready to go to the Savannah Theatre which is our last optional for the tour t 7.30 pm tonight on ...
... the convenience store when we picked up the pizza sauce. However, this was just as challenging because the two stores we stopped at did not have pizza sauce. Eventually we conceded that we were going to return empty handed. The path we biked from downtown to all of our stops led us a bit further from Becca’s house than we had anticipated but lo and behold we ran across a grocery store and found pizza sauce and a fresh olive bar. We got back on our bikes ...
... me and in this I feel no loss (this is a new feeling for me). I am also realising that it is not every day or hour that contains the unknown but each moment. Even at the bus depot I had conversations that bought me back to the present instead of thinking of the past or indeed the future. I'm think I'm philosophically rambling and maybe I should leave it there... it's probably the accumulated alcohol wearing off! Nashville is two hours ...