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... she realised she had to get over, many a storm, torrential downpours, huge straight roads but it has been fun....a jolly good thing we have a bigger car than a 'compact'. Tonight we found a travel lodge which was meant to be a cheapie for $32 which tripled to $92 as it was a weekend! We decided to stay two nights so we had time to spend in Savannah which is another 20 miles ...
... turns driving all night. We left around 9:30 PM. Duncan slept the whole way. We had to rent a car at the last minute because Don's truck lost its air conditioning. The grounds of the Island Links Resort is very well managed. The clubhouse is very spacious. They even had a complimentary shuttle to and and from the beach which is about 1.1 miles away. The pool area ...
... tacky stalls but there were a couple artists that were interesting. ....it's Octoberfest and they even had an Om pa pa band and bratwurst tents.. Way too many people trying to have a good time. charleston is definitely more sophisticated. We walked back via Reynolds Sq., then Oglethorpe Sq.then the Colonial Cemetary and then St Johns Cathedral and then home where we cleaned the patio, killed the wasps and sat to update the ...
One of our favorite
new places this trip was Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House. It is a restaurant that
serves lunch only 11-2 and serves it family style..10 people to the table, bowl
after bowl, plate after plate of southern home cooked goodness. Honey said it
was the best fried chicken he’s ever had..huge compliment considering his Mom’s
chicken has had that title for 67 years.
There was so much food and surprisingly, not a lot of ...
... a great, dumb line, of course – there’s so much you can do with peanuts – I wouldn’t label it a stereotypical great dumb American line. That honour goes to another line Mrs Henry and I now like to use whenever we can.
It was like this. Consistent with Institute policy to avoid walking when a ride is available, Mrs Henry and I had boarded a Charleston tour bus, which meant sharing a confined space with yankee retirees from Florida. ...