North Charleston Inn
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A quieter day. Fog again in the morning and most of the day. Jerry and I took a walk by the inlet and went to the Country Kitchen in the Straw Market for lunch then walked back. I kept waiting for the fog/clouds to go away and finally about 3pm headed to beach for a walk. Went through the beach walker park and headed west to the end of the island. It was 1.8 miles from cottage to get to end of ...
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When we were researching things to do in Charleston, we discovered that there was a free lecture at the Charleston museum that night at 6:00pm. The topic was funerary practices of the Victorian age. Of course since it is close to Halloween they chose a lecture that could be slightly gruesome. We have loved looking at the graveyards in the old church yards and thought it would be fun to learn more about them. We got on the scooter ...
... I'll admit to a consuming panic when I think of my purpose in going. While I love to travel just for the sake of leisure, this is a whole different sort of adventure.
I've been accepted to a Memoir Writers' Retreat, which is held at Markree Castle in Sligo. Who am I to embark on a trip halfway round the world to write a memoir, for God's Sake?? I'm not generally in the habit of flitting across the Atlantic to scribble out some prose ...
... and Ken got there about 9:00 and had decided to ride with us rather than follow in their car so Jerry and Ken began to load up the car and secure it. It is a job and I so hate for Jerry to struggle with it so. Still hoping I can talk him into a jeep one day! Ken and Donna were really amazed when they saw our RV and we could hardly wait for them to see it with the slides out. Although the weather forecast was calling for rain we started out in ...
... walking around, SO many people smiled at me and said hi. I thought I was in Niceville or somewhere like that. It was refreshing. Wandered around the shops, the waterfront, some parks, looking at old mansions. It was a full day of walking. I loved the feel of the city, and all the architecture. That night I started poking around on the Center for Women website and found a couple of women who started a coffee shop and utilized the ...