Savannah Shores by Palmetto
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... cakes. These 2 woman have been making these cakes for
this auction for years. The Auctioneer lets all the new comers know
if they are going to bid on only one item today this should be it. I
could hear his voice starting to get scratchy and he was starting to
sweat. There seamed to be a heavenly glow on these cakes as they were
gently set down on the table in front of the crowd.
I thought to myself, I am
going to buy one of those cakes and share it ...
going into power saving mode. BAM, the TV shuts off. I have to sit
down quickly as I feel weak, everyone is yelling and running to the
next room, no it can't be. I am speechless. At exactly the 5 hour
mark the TV was set to turn off. I had just witnessed the work of a
true MASTER, challenged by none. A subtle reminder at 3 hours and a
total power outage at 5 hours. The work of a genius. I slowly enjoy a
handful of chocolate covered nuts or whatever ...
... travels in November this was present fairly often in the islands we visited; get your Curacao liqueur memento after the tour and tasting (delicious, thank you!) but the best was in Jamaica. There are actually two gift shops to cross before exiting to your waiting bus. My resolve is solid in that first shop, lots of looking and oh, that’s awfully cute. I’m strong, I don’t need a knit cap with yarn dreadlocks to prove ...
... 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 ...