Sandcastle Oceanfront Resort at the Pavilion
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... red and yellow. But no, the color caught my eye first. The perfect shade of pink; not too light and not “stop you in your tracks” neon, but just right. The laundry situation is starting to look a little questionable; shirts are being sprayed with Febreeze and laid out to freshen and would it hurt to have an extra shirt? I’m pretty sure I can still fit one more shirt in my luggage. I cave. It really is a great t-shirt! ...
... that are more easily learned by "hands on" experience than explanation.
A first occurred for us at Little River Bridge, a mile before our destination. We were the solitary boat and were about 10 minutes past the bridge's normal hourly opening. I was prepared to patiently circle while we waited for nearly an hour for the next opening. Boaters who know this bridge will be amazed at what happened ...
Our start this rnorning found us aground in the mouth of Jeremy Creek after leaving Leland Oil dock in McClellansville, SC. While this wasn't on our plan it did provide the opportunity to eat a nice breakfast, coming unstuck from the oatmeal-like bottom just as we finished the last of our coffee. From then on the day unfolded as planned, catching the tides just right and hitting all waypoints on schedule. The incoming tide carried us up Winyah Bay and we actually sailed ...
... buffet breakfast all for 55$! What!!! We had a nice clean ocean view room. Chris was getting a cold so it was probably a good plan for as to get the hotel because we pretty much spent the entire afternoon taking naps and watching football and playing videogames. We brought food from our van into the room and had a picnic of sorts. It was nice just spreading out and relaxing. Chris felt much better after getting some good sleep and I enjoyed the warmth. Overall I think it was a good ...
... Tomorrow is a 'must do' run to Georgetown to (again) hook to shore power for the electric heater. This next cold front is touted to be the most severe so far this year and we can't survive comfortabyly without heat. While Mr. Heater is good, he is expensive to operate. He's great to have when there are no other options but the fuel he burns is costly. We've already overspent the marina budget due to the cold weather and adding butane cylinders to this ...